Enterprise mobile strategy
- June 07, 2005
Want to hire a VoIP expert? What about a certified IS auditor? Better get out the checkbook. See which IT skills are now commanding top dollar.
- June 05, 2005
Could nominee Christopher Cox ease the burden of SOX for CIOs?
- June 01, 2005
Kip Boyle was hired as chief security officer of Pemco Corp. in October 2003. Compliance was not originally part of the job. But as compliance activities grew and became more important at his organization, Boyle was asked to take on the role of ...
- May 26, 2005
When Deluxe Laboratories acquired a distribution business, it decided to let utility provider Savvis Communications worry about IT. Letting go is paying off.
- May 23, 2005
As organizations evolve their Web services efforts toward SOA, they are looking for management solutions that go beyond traditional systems management capabilities.
- May 20, 2005
Excel spreadsheets have run amok in many organizations. Here are five tips for reigning them in -- and making them prove their BI potential.
- May 17, 2005
Web services still faces two obstacles -- one technical, the other managerial.
- May 10, 2005
Michael Sylvester, CIO for the Human Services Agencies, discusses data management and business intelligence challenges.
- May 04, 2005
The secret to successfully overseeing a mobile workforce is in the management -- of the people, resources and technology. In his debut column, Craig Mathias offers advice for managing your human capital.
- April 19, 2005
Houston Astros IT exec Brad Bourland is headed into his second winning season with a wireless strategy that is a big hit with the fans.
- April 18, 2005
The senior-ranking IT executive at Costco Wholesale Corp. got a real deal on outsourcing and empowered his IT staff members by allowing them to buy into it -- or not.
- April 13, 2005
The makers of a favorite CIO accessory -- the BlackBerry -- say it will focus on essentials rather than extras.
- April 12, 2005
CIOs investing in mobile strategies must also fund new wireless security initiatives.
- April 05, 2005
Smart CIOs bring their outsourcing arguments to three types of employees: connectors, mavens and laggards.
- March 28, 2005
Southwest Airlines CEO Herb Kelleher shares insights on gaining employee loyalty by recognizing good works outside the company, and why his customer satisfaction rates are soaring.