• July 01, 2016 01 Jul'16

    IT uncertainty in wake of Brexit vote; healthcare company goes 100% cloud

    The news of the "Brexit" vote rocked the world. What does the United Kingdom's impending separation from the European Union mean for IT teams? One thing is certain -- we're in uncharted territory. ...

  • July 01, 2016 01 Jul'16

    Brexit strategy: CIO Planning for UK-EU split

    For CIOs, the U.K.-EU split opens up a continent of unknowns. Also in Searchlight: Cisco locks on to security startup CloudLock; IBM woos blockchain coders; $4 smartphones hit India.

  • July 01, 2016 01 Jul'16

    Blockchain use cases and how to get going

    Blockchain observers talk a lot about the widespread impact the technology will have on various industries, but pinpointing use cases and putting them into action isn't so easy. In July's CIO Decisions, dive into potential blockchain use ...

  • July 01, 2016 01 Jul'16

    The key steps to launching blockchain implementations

    Bill Caraher, CIO and director of operations for a Wisconsin law firm, is one believer in the huge impact blockchain technology -- a peer-to-peer distributed network used to validate transactions and other records -- can have on legal services. ...

  • June 30, 2016 30 Jun'16

    A tech revolution is coming -- just wait for it

    Cognitive computing will power future software-- but don't expect an overnight change. Tech revolutions are more gradual, says IT consultant Judith Hurwitz.

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  • June 28, 2016 28 Jun'16

    Think different: Cognitive computing systems will bring data-led change

    Today's programming models are things of the past, says consultant Judith Hurwitz. Cognitive computing systems use data to devise applications that reflect the world as we see it.

  • June 28, 2016 28 Jun'16

    Corporate boards seek more IT expertise, but CIO presence still small

    Interest in recruiting CIOs to corporate boards is rising, say recruiters, but board presence is still rare and the CIO talent pool for these appointments relatively shallow.

  • June 24, 2016 24 Jun'16

    Dropbox tools strengthen enterprise bid; how to stop micromanaging

    Dropbox is looking to brighten its enterprise allure with its new collaboration tools and partnerships. Can they help the file-sharing company solidify themselves as a force in enterprise ...

  • June 24, 2016 24 Jun'16

    Will workers be wooed by Dropbox collaboration tools?

    Dropbox's new collaboration tools are aimed at increasing the file-sharing company's footprint in the enterprise. Better now than never, industry experts say. Also in Searchlight: Ethereum fund on life support; China builds the fastest supercomputer.

  • June 23, 2016 23 Jun'16

    CIO job description: More security, more budget, more clout?

    Craig Stephenson, managing director at executive search firm Korn Ferry, gives his take on how the CIO job description has changed.

  • June 22, 2016 22 Jun'16

    Pros, newbies seek new answers to cloud questions at Cloud Expo

    Consultants and job seekers joined practitioners at the Cloud Expo conference with cloud questions on topics ranging from container storage to the internet of things.

  • June 22, 2016 22 Jun'16

    CIO advice: How to build skills for a digital future

    How can CIOs develop the right skills for the digital future? A panel of experts doles out CIO advice at the recent MIT Sloan CIO Symposium.

  • June 22, 2016 22 Jun'16

    CIO Minute: Cost transparency opens door to business value

    CDM Smith CIO David Neitz describes how cost transparency and gamification can add up to business value.

  • June 22, 2016 22 Jun'16

    CIO Leadership Award winner practices three types of innovation

    Creativity doesn't come in one flavor at CDM Smith. CIO David Neitz talks about the three types of innovation that keep this engineering firm moving forward.

  • June 21, 2016 21 Jun'16

    CIO Minute: Money isn't the golden ticket to IT-business alignment

    CDM Smith CIO David Neitz explains why more money isn't the answer to IT-business alignment problems.