• January 30, 2018 30 Jan'18

    Digital phenotype introduces new kinds of data to clinical setting

    John Brownstein of Boston Children's Hospital explains how his team is 'putting the public back in public health' by mining troves of nonclinical data culled from social media.

  • January 22, 2018 22 Jan'18

    'Patient journey' propels hospital's digital transformation

    The chief innovation officer at Boston Children's Hospital explains how digital technologies are changing the 'patient journey' for the better.

  • January 15, 2018 15 Jan'18

    For CFOs, cybersecurity investments become a priority

    Cybersecurity is no longer just an IT problem; it's a cross-functional priority for the enterprise. As cyberattacks and cyber risk continue to swell, the cybersecurity consciousness among the ...

  • January 14, 2018 14 Jan'18

    CES 2018 for CIOs: Rise of the AI voice assistant class

    What happens in Vegas doesn't stay there -- not at CES 2018, where AI voice assistants and sentient objects were ubiquitous and the crossover to workforces was obvious.

  • January 05, 2018 05 Jan'18

    CIO plans for AI projects in 2018 push the envelope

    SearchCIO interviews with leading IT executives suggest continued strong investment in AI projects -- and an important role for CIOs in developing an enterprise-wide AI strategy.

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  • January 04, 2018 04 Jan'18

    CIO goals and IT resolutions for 2018

    Seven CIOs plus one chief digital officer give us a glimpse of their technology plans for the new year.

  • January 01, 2018 01 Jan'18

    Top IT guidance for CIOs in 2017 underscores urgency of digitization

    Digital transformation and the need for speed, scale and clear communication were the big topics explored in our top 10 CIO advice columns of 2017.

  • December 29, 2017 29 Dec'17

    Baked-in cybersecurity approach needed to repel attacks

    A government CIO says the bolt-on cybersecurity approach many organizations take today is faulty. Cybersecurity should be present from the start.

  • December 28, 2017 28 Dec'17

    Top 10 blog posts of 2017 illuminate top CIO goals

    SearchCIO's most-read blog posts give a telling look at CIO goals this past year -- artificial intelligence, digital transformation, multicloud management.

  • December 28, 2017 28 Dec'17

    To work for us, AI virtual assistants need to speak, see like humans

    For AI virtual assistants to become truly useful, they need to perfect natural language generation and image recognition, said Forrester's Julie Ask.

  • December 22, 2017 22 Dec'17

    Book excerpt: Embracing agile to drive digital transformation

    If there's one thing that CIO's have learned in recent years, it is that digital transformation is more than a buzzword. Embracing digital technologies has now become essential to successful ...

  • December 22, 2017 22 Dec'17

    2017 tech events: The year in photos

    In this end-of-year photo roundup, take a look back at some of the most notable moments from SearchCIO's coverage of 2017 tech events.

  • December 21, 2017 21 Dec'17

    Tech execs sound off on 2018 enterprise IT trends

    Eight tech execs dissect the big enterprise IT trends in 2018. Get their takes on AI, microservices, edge computing, IT metrics and customer service in the IoT age.

  • December 20, 2017 20 Dec'17

    2017 cloud computing headlines show upside, hurdles for CIOs

    Multi-cloud, the AWS outage and serverless computing all made their way into SearchCIO's most-read 2017 cloud computing headlines.

  • December 18, 2017 18 Dec'17

    Training data for algorithms must be right, not just plentiful

    Machine learning algorithms require training data -- and a lot of it -- to get the models working correctly. But more training data alone doesn't necessarily make for smarter algorithms, according ...