• September 20, 2013 20 Sep'13

    Progressing toward an 'appification' nation

    There are so many product announcements -- big and small -- pretty much every hour of the day. Maybe that's an exaggeration, but my inbox would beg to differ. That said,  it's easy for innovative ...

  • September 16, 2013 16 Sep'13

    Introducing the Yammer culture to a Microsoft world

    Last year, Microsoft Corp. purchased Yammer for $1.2 billion, and, as analysts have argued, the acquisition was about more than social collaboration software. "There are a lot of reasons why Yammer ...

  • September 13, 2013 13 Sep'13

    Apple iOs 7 gives a little love to the enterprise

    Sooo, who wants a gold iPhone?!* If Apple's annual Cupertino hype-o-rama failed to excite you with it's new colors and cheaper prices for iPhones, that may be because you came in a little late. If ...

  • September 06, 2013 06 Sep'13

    Microsoft's Nokia acquisition has potential to shake up mobile market

    It's a mad, mad, mad, mad mobile world. For the most part that world is being lorded over by Android (Google) and Apple. And while some have pooh-poohed Microsoft's Nokia acquisition as a weak, ...

  • August 23, 2013 23 Aug'13

    Social shopping -- former mallrats turn to mice

    There's a lot to hate about going to the mall. In fact, after the age of 17, there's pretty much nothing to like. And yet, there is something about that communal "does this look good on me?" ...

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  • August 19, 2013 19 Aug'13

    Leveraging cloud for backend ops

    Leveraging cloud for backend ops At Dallas-based TopGolf, CIO Tom LaPlante is one IT leader who goes well beyond lip service when it comes to innovation.  In just over year since he was named the ...

  • August 16, 2013 16 Aug'13

    Email privacy is a myth, regardless of what Google said or didn't say

    There's an old expression in journalism: "If your mother says she loves you, check it out."  In other words, take nothing for granted when reporting a story. Apparently those who reported Google's ...

  • August 09, 2013 09 Aug'13

    Extra! Bezos's big buy brings digital age to doorsteps

    Are we not in the digital age? Why would someone who could afford to buy absolutely anything choose to buy The Washington Post? Amazon founder Jeff Bezos's purchase of the paper certainly had ...

  • August 05, 2013 05 Aug'13

    Netflix uses the OODA loop to stay ahead of the competition

    OODA loops, the death of the IT department and personal privacy. The Data Mill brings news from the Gartner Catalyst conference.

  • August 02, 2013 02 Aug'13

    The tangled Web of data privacy issues

    It seems we've all been so wrapped up in where, when and how  the government is spying on our communications we forgot all about how our employers do it too. In a week rife with news related to ...

  • July 26, 2013 26 Jul'13

    Data scientists need to earn trust

    They're a hot commodity in high demand. They're the cool kids who know how to get down and dirty with the big data. They're the data scientists, the folks who give meaning to, well, just about any ...

  • July 19, 2013 19 Jul'13

    Sophisticated retail data collection programs up the creep factor

    Have you ever felt like you were being watched? Well, get used to it.  More and more retailers are getting sophisticated with their data collection programs. From mobile device tracking to ...

  • July 12, 2013 12 Jul'13

    Samsung's Jay-Z mobile app launch a how-not-to reminder for CIOs

    Poor Jay-Z already had 99 problems, now an app glitch is one. Actually, the big fail that was the "Magna Carta The Holy Grail" album mobile app launch was more of a problem for business partner ...

  • July 09, 2013 09 Jul'13

    The 2013 IT Leadership Awards: Our finalists

    The 2013 SearchCIO IT Leadership Awards honor the effective leadership styles of leading CIOs and IT executives. Here, we introduce our finalists.

  • July 05, 2013 05 Jul'13

    Patent suggests self-destructing email coming soon

    It would be the special delivery we've all dreamed of since the dawn of the electronic exchange of words -- self-destructing email. And while it could save jobs and relationships the world over, it ...

  • July 02, 2013 02 Jul'13

    The 2013 IT Leadership Awards: Meet our CIO finalists

    The 2013 SearchCIO IT Leadership Awards honor the top CIOs and IT executives in the enterprise space. Here, meet our finalists.

  • June 24, 2013 24 Jun'13

    Cloud migration can be a winning move -- even when it's not

    The days may be long and include far too much coffee, but I always enjoy a good tech conference. The new ideas, the inspirational talk, the excessive coffee (didn't say too much was a bad thing) ...

  • June 24, 2013 24 Jun'13

    2013 SearchCIO-Midmarket IT Leadership Awards finalists

    The 2013 IT Leadership Awards honor the leadership and management skills of CIOs and IT execs in the midmarket space. Here, we reveal our finalists.

  • June 14, 2013 14 Jun'13

    How much is your data privacy worth?

    If the government sent us discount coupons would we feel differently about their data collecting "habits"? This week the Searchlight looks at a few of the many, many opinions and players currently ...

  • May 17, 2013 17 May'13

    Cybersecurity must be a team effort to succeed

    You've gotta hand it to those cybercriminals, they're not afraid to innovate. This week's Searchlight starts off with a look at a brazen hacker business model that offers DDoS attacks ...

  • May 10, 2013 10 May'13

    Looking forward to the day we don't talk about women in tech

    Jennie Lamere did something pretty cool. The 17-year-old high school senior beat out 80 competitors to win a recent hackathon. The prize-winning innovation is an app that called Twivo that can be ...

  • May 03, 2013 03 May'13

    Amazon enterprise cloud dominance could be good for CIOs

    Try to contain your surprise. The lead item in this week's Searchlight asserts that Amazon is poised to conquer the enterprise cloud services market. Writer Christopher Mims lays out ...

  • April 26, 2013 26 Apr'13

    Enterprise cloud computing soon will cease to be

    OK, it may not technically be true, but semantically -- the end is near! This week's Searchlight leads off  with the opinion of an esteemed federal CIO (and several of his peers) who ...

  • April 22, 2013 22 Apr'13

    The power of social media undeniable in times of crisis

    These days, I often find myself among those who are tiring of the way social media has inserted itself into just about every part of our lives. But with the terror attack at the Boston Marathon and ...

  • April 12, 2013 12 Apr'13

    Creativity is wasted without strategy for managing innovation

    The people on your team seemed to be brimming with creativity when you hired them. So why aren't all these great ideas translating to innovation in your organization? Perhaps it's because you've ...

  • April 10, 2013 10 Apr'13

    Data-crunching doesn't always paint a full picture

    What do Albert Pujols and Pablo Picasso have in common? Well, they both feature prominently in this week’s Searchlight which questions the idea of applying Moneyball –style analytics ...

  • March 29, 2013 29 Mar'13

    Amazon expands empire to social networking

    The old saying goes that you can't be all things to all people. But Amazon is sure as heck gonna try.  In this week's Searchlight, the king of digital disruption shows how it's done. ...

  • March 22, 2013 22 Mar'13

    Data-driven world may take us down a dangerous road

    Just about everyone who has a computer has, at one time or another, left a comment online. Be it a simple "congrats!" under a wedding snapshot or an angry mini-rant about poor restaurant service, ...

  • March 15, 2013 15 Mar'13

    Don't forget to count yourself among data analytics tools

    When it comes to making big business decisions, data analytics tools are great to have in your arsenal. But as the lead item in this week's Searchlight reminds us there is one tool IT leaders ...

  • March 08, 2013 08 Mar'13

    As cybersecurity takes the spotlight, CIOs need to step up

    From the breakout sessions to the lounges to the main stage, at this week's Fusion CEO/CIO Symposium in Madison, Wis., privacy and cybersecurity were on nearly everyone's mind. Recent high-profile ...

  • March 01, 2013 01 Mar'13

    The ballyhoo over Yahoo's telecommuting ban

    It's a business decision. That's all it is. Sure, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's decision to pull the plug on telecommuting touches on many other work/life issues, but the bottom line is that it was a ...

  • February 22, 2013 22 Feb'13

    Some extra compensation could prompt innovation

    Big tech companies like Apple and Facebook are accustomed to encouraging and fostering IT innovation among their employees and getting results. This week's Searchlight finds the ...

  • February 15, 2013 15 Feb'13

    It's time to roll the dice with social networking

    Attention, businesses that aren't actively making use of social networking sites and tools: Go directly to obscurity, do not pass Go, do not collect market share. For you see, Monopoly game maker ...

  • February 08, 2013 08 Feb'13

    BYOD has a long life ahead of it

    Cruising around the Web this week, I happened upon one of those stories that you just know can't be serious. I don't mean that in an Onion-y way, more of a the-writer-is-doing-this-to-get-attention ...

  • February 01, 2013 01 Feb'13

    Information security breach turned into teachable moment

    Technically the public didn't need to know about the recent information security breach at "The New York Times." No customer information was compromised and no damage was done to affiliated ...

  • January 25, 2013 25 Jan'13

    Data mining for social solutions

    Data mining is often associated with Big Brother-esque marketing tactics: Someone out there is assessing your personal shopping habits and other bits of info in order to sell you something they ...

  • January 18, 2013 18 Jan'13

    TMI? What to do with all this digital information

    We are beyond up to our figurative eyeballs in data. Digital information is everywhere and no one can honestly say they've figured out just what to do with it. Businesses want to harness and ...

  • January 11, 2013 11 Jan'13

    CES no longer a hot ticket?

    As the folks at HowStuffWorks tweeted earlier, it seems like half the Internet is home sick today. Here at Searchlight, we're lucky to have a very flexible work-from-home policy that ...

  • January 04, 2013 04 Jan'13

    DCIM will have star turn in 2013 and other technology predictions

    Every new year it's the same old thing - everybody calling the next big thing. But heck, who doesn't enjoy a little crystal ball gazing. In this week's Searchlight we pass that ball ...

  • December 28, 2012 28 Dec'12

    Master list: Information technology news and 2013 predictions

    Here at Searchlight, there's nothing we like better than a good list -- it is, after all, our stock in trade! So it is our great pleasure to bring you, in these dwindling days of ...

  • December 21, 2012 21 Dec'12

    Uniquely naughty threats to information security

    It's December 21, 2012 and since we're writing this and you're reading it, looks like that so-called Mayan apocalypse won't come to pass.  Well, that's a relief. Now that the world isn't ending, ...

  • December 14, 2012 14 Dec'12

    Trying to get it right with social media, mobile applications

    If cheesy holiday movies have taught us anything, it's that everyone deserves another chance. We're not so sure, however, whether that sort of goodwill extends to overhauled social networks. So, ...

  • December 11, 2012 11 Dec'12

    DR Ascends to the Cloud

    Advances in cloud computing are taking backup strategies skyward and easing common business continuity concerns. Learn more in the latest issue of CIO Decisions ezine.

  • November 30, 2012 30 Nov'12

    Not everyone is buying the mobile-first mentality

    It's Cyber Week and have we got some great deals for you! That's right, we at Searchlight have collected several fine pieces of information from around the Web this week for your ...

  • November 21, 2012 21 Nov'12

    Privacy policy shortcuts are something to be thankful for

    Thanksgiving is here and, in accordance with tradition, this week's Searchlight seeks to stuff you full of tasty bits and give you a few things to be thankful for. On the menu is a ...

  • November 16, 2012 16 Nov'12

    Importance of data security is no secret

    Unless you've taken a post-election sabbatical from the news, chances are you're suffering from CIA-FBI scandal fatigue. We at Searchlight know how exhausting the 24-hour news cycle ...

  • November 09, 2012 09 Nov'12

    STEM is the star of Election Day 2012

    This just might go down as the year they really put the "science" in political science. From geophysicists to data scientists, nerds ruled Election Day 2012 with dead-on outcome predictions and ...

  • November 02, 2012 02 Nov'12

    Agile technology a beacon in Hurricane Sandy

    It's easy to feel a little jaded about the prevalence of technology these days. The capacity for constant connection means we're never really alone. Sometimes it's too much, but then something like ...

  • October 26, 2012 26 Oct'12

    Time to scare up a mobility strategy

    If you're an East Coast dweller, Halloween probably isn't the scariest thing headed your way next week. (Which reminds us, CIOs, is your DR/BC plan "Billion-dollar storm" proof?) But we at ...

  • October 19, 2012 19 Oct'12

    Newsweek is dead, long live digital disruption!

    This week's Searchlight comes to you from Forrester's Digital Disruption Forum in Orlando, which in turn inspired our findings around the web this week. From the sleepy South, comes ...

  • October 12, 2012 12 Oct'12

    Europe's public cloud problem is everyone's problem

    Blame it on the rain. Sorry if we just put that Milli Vanilli song in your head, but it's the best way we can explain how this week's Searchlight wound up so cloud-focused. The ...

  • October 05, 2012 05 Oct'12

    Every little byte helps - teaching tech matters

    What if you had skills so powerful they could change the course of the U.S. economy? You'd try to pass that awesomeness along, right? Well, great news Searchlight readers -- you ...

  • September 28, 2012 28 Sep'12

    Data center energy questions spark heated debate

    Ladies and gentlemen! Are you ready to rumble?! It's time for Data Center Energy Use Smackdown 2012! OK, so things have been a little more dignified than that, but the start of  The New York Times' ...

  • September 21, 2012 21 Sep'12

    Big demand for big data analytics pros

    In this week's Searchlight we have  a bevvy, a big ol' bonanza -- ok -- a bunch of interesting bits you may have missed in your own web travels.  Read about why being brainy is ...

  • September 20, 2012 20 Sep'12

    Should cloud service providers take a vertical tack?

    A specialty approach could be the answer for cloud service providers looking to ease enterprise CIO risk and compliance concerns.

  • September 14, 2012 14 Sep'12

    Gamification proves powerful weapon against security lesson boredom

    Not all aspects of dealing with technology are fun. But sometimes technology itself can pep things up. This week, the Searchlight shines upon a few examples of the innovative thinking ...

  • September 07, 2012 07 Sep'12

    A little healthy competition helps drive tech innovation

    For some folks the start of the fall season brings thoughts of  leaf peeping and apple picking. But  at Searchlight we can't help but think of competition. A presidential ...

  • August 31, 2012 31 Aug'12

    As summer ends, time to dust off the BYOD policy

    Labor Day - the most bittersweet of the long weekends. Of course an extended weekend is always a good thing, but it's always a little sad to hit the unofficial end of summer. Everyone is taking it ...

  • August 27, 2012 27 Aug'12

    Facial recognition technology to be used by local law enforcement

    Can local law enforcement utilize facial recognition technology against images now visible with the new Facebook privacy settings? That's one question raised by this week's Best of the Web, where ...

  • August 17, 2012 17 Aug'12

    Something to Tweet about: Social media skills help pay the bills

    Mid-August is here, when the uptick in back injuries from lugging mini-fridges and long goodbye-hugs remind us it's college move-in time once again. And like so many wide-eyed, hot plate-toting ...

  • August 13, 2012 13 Aug'12

    Is the social media revolution about to declare a cease fire?

    Are you tired of chasing the social media revolution? Do you wonder how Google manages to gain such fierce employee loyalty? We are too, so we've chased answers to these questions and more in our ...

  • August 13, 2012 13 Aug'12

    Creating competitive advantage through data analytics

    In this week's roundup, as the title suggests, read three different ways of creating competitive advantage. Plus, why CIOs need to start questioning the green-ness of cloud.

  • August 06, 2012 06 Aug'12

    Why CIOs must embrace social media users

    We scour the Web to give you the latest news from around the blogosphere. This week, we're looking at the very first computer animation, the formula behind the very successful Malcolm Gladwell ...

  • August 04, 2012 04 Aug'12

    CIO lights up Olympics with green tech innovation

    Every four years, it's the same thing. We sit and watch the summer Olympics in awe of human physical potential and our minds begin to wander. What if we'd kept up those swimming lessons? If only we ...

  • August 03, 2012 03 Aug'12

    London summer games CIO deploys piezoelectricity

    TechTarget is a believer in fostering new talent in journalism. Welcome Miki Onwudinjo to the family as our new editorial assistant.  CIOs are leaders in determining the ...

  • August 02, 2012 02 Aug'12

    A guide to IT sustainability practices for CIOs

    In this guide to IT sustainability practices for CIOs, learn how to make your company greener through technology innovation.

  • July 27, 2012 27 Jul'12

    Olympic-size woes and the dark side of tech innovation

    Can you believe what a disappointment these games are turning out to be? Oh, we're not talking about the Olympics. We're referring of course to Zynga's recent woes. Yes, in life, as in the ...

  • July 27, 2012 27 Jul'12

    Olympic-size woes and the dark side of tech innovation

    This week's roundup finds former tech stars who won't be up on a podium anytime soon, the dark (Hat) side of innovation and heroic leadership lessons.

  • July 24, 2012 24 Jul'12

    CIO's green technology solutions cut money, time, carbon footprint

    Green technology solutions are a vital part of Janet Claggett's CIO role.

  • July 23, 2012 23 Jul'12

    Microsoft source code sexually harasses women in technology

    Worried that you missed the latest news? Don't be. We scour the Web and wrangle up the best and brightest from around the blogosphere. This week, we're looking at the Cybersecurity Bill, creepy ...

  • July 20, 2012 20 Jul'12

    Conquering brain drain and big data analytics

    Is there anyone out there who didn't have the longest, hottest week since ever? We're going to keep this brief, as our brains are more melted than hoax-ified Canadian currency. Good thing this ...

  • July 13, 2012 13 Jul'12

    Scary-good tech innovations

    Why is it that Friday the 13th only seems scary when it falls in October? Didn't those unfortunate teens meet their demise at a summer camp? At any rate, in honor of this allegedly spooky/unlucky ...

  • July 13, 2012 13 Jul'12

    Scary-good tech innovation

    This week's roundup of bits from around the Web includes some amazing tech innovation, social collaboration tips and a rather forgettable anniversary.

  • July 10, 2012 10 Jul'12

    Why you don't want to Excel at virtualization capacity management

    As more of your data center becomes virtualized, succeeding at capacity management increasingly depends on using the right tools.

  • July 06, 2012 06 Jul'12

    Pondering BPM applications and summer reading lists

    Is this the official holiday weekend or was that last weekend? Mid-week holidays are so confusing. One thing we do know for sure is that summer is now in full swing. To celebrate, we've got ...

  • July 03, 2012 03 Jul'12

    Girls who code may become women in computer science

    Girls Who Code seeks to give teenage girls the skills to pursue degrees in technology and join the sparse ranks of women in computer science.

  • July 02, 2012 02 Jul'12

    Leap second creates havoc for cloud computing services

    Did the "leap second" get you down this weekend? Did the Amazon cloud computing services outage prevent you from watching old episodes of Louie on your iPad’s Netflix app? Us too. Between all of ...

  • June 29, 2012 29 Jun'12

    A revolutionary idea to promote women in computer science

    Who went and put a holiday in the middle of the week? Well, if you're not getting a long weekend out of it, at least the Fourth will break up your week -- goodness knows summer weeks are always ...

  • June 26, 2012 26 Jun'12

    Yammer does little to boost Microsoft's enterprise collaboration wares

    So, with its $1.2 billion acquisition of Yammer, Microsoft confirms its desire to become a player in "enterprise social." My question is, since when was the company not all about enterprise ...

  • June 26, 2012 26 Jun'12

    Is Yammer a solution to a CIO problem or a trap?

    Has Microsoft just solved a huge CIO problem with its acquisition of Yammer, or laid a trap for IT in a bring-your-own-device era?

  • June 23, 2012 23 Jun'12

    Summer brings the heat and cool tech innovation

    Don't know about you, but we here in the Boston area have had just about enough heat in the first two days of summer to last all season. They say it helps to think cool thoughts -- it ...

  • June 19, 2012 19 Jun'12

    Buddying up to HR to solve your tech hiring headache

    CIOs looking for allies in the IT revolution will want human resources on their side in facing the challenge of tech hiring.

  • June 18, 2012 18 Jun'12

    What the Queen of Soul can teach about social CRM

    In this week's roundup of interesting items from around the Web, we present a musical key to social CRM, Google's search for love and more.

  • June 16, 2012 16 Jun'12

    What the Queen of Soul can teach about social CRM

    It's Father's Day weekend and what does this week's roundup have for all the dads? Potpourri! Yeah, we know, that sounds even worse than another tie. But we mean it more like the Jeopardy! category ...

  • June 13, 2012 13 Jun'12

    Relocated, remote workers may be worth financial risk

    Fearing the financial risk, many companies are missing out on IT talent by not considering hiring remote workers or paying for relocation.

  • June 12, 2012 12 Jun'12

    The role of the CIO is changing: What is your company doing about it?

    I am going through the data from the second annual Role of the CIO survey. So far, the data suggests more skewing toward business transformation and innovation and away from ...

  • June 11, 2012 11 Jun'12

    The Apple Retina display: Big whoop?

    Each week, we round up an executive summary of the high points around the blogosphere. This week, we're taking a look at the legality of Internet traffic regulation and how the big Internet ...

  • June 08, 2012 08 Jun'12

    Access is necessary but not sufficient for mobile IT

    It's easy to forget how breathtakingly quickly mobile IT made its way to the enterprise. Educating, not just providing access, will be key for CIOs.

  • June 05, 2012 05 Jun'12

    Let's not go overboard about Flame malware

    The Flame malware exposure reveals some dangers, but keeping those dangers in perspective will be the more prudent position in the long run.

  • June 05, 2012 05 Jun'12

    CIO skills in most demand: The ability to 'helicopter'

    Does your CIO skills repertoire include the ability to "helicopter"? Then do I have a job for you!

  • June 04, 2012 04 Jun'12

    Corporate innovation: Why you're never going to win

    We scoured last week's blogs for the best and brightest blog posts and media on topics of interest to midmarket CIOs. This week we're examining the problems that plague midsize corporations, like ...

  • June 04, 2012 04 Jun'12

    Social media tips and other helpful lists

    In this week's roundup, we have a list made up primarily of lists -- how meta! Included are social media tips and a general how-to on being a good CIO.

  • June 02, 2012 02 Jun'12

    Social media tips and other helpful lists

    The Late Show Top 10, Billboard's Hot 100 -- everybody loves a good list. (Except, perhaps, those of the "to-do" variety.) To help satisfy that hankering for digestible order, this week's roundup ...

  • June 01, 2012 01 Jun'12

    Smartphone usage a sign of impending mobility tsunami

    Consider your own smartphone use when you engage with other businesses -- whether it's checking your servers with a thin client or watching the latest episode of "New Girl." You rely on those apps. ...

  • June 01, 2012 01 Jun'12

    Filling soft skills gap may be easier than you think

    Some of our readers responded to a recent story about the perceived soft skills gap in IT suggesting the talent leaders are seeking could be all around them.

  • May 29, 2012 29 May'12

    Strategic and agile equals true business transformation

    Linda Tucci raised a great point in her debut CIO Matters column last week. That is, and I'm paraphrasing, how far have CIOs really come in this digital age from being caretakers of technology to ...

  • May 22, 2012 22 May'12

    CEOs: CIOs earn seat at the table by creating competitive advantage

    CIOs who master new technologies and wring value from legacy systems are great, but what CEOs really want is a partner in creating competitive advantage.

  • May 18, 2012 18 May'12

    Really big deals: Facebook IPO and SEC guidance on cybersecurity

    Unless you've been living in outer space (or on MySpace), it's impossible not to know that today is the day Facebook drops its privacy settings and friends the NASDAQ. News and analysis abound, but ...

  • May 18, 2012 18 May'12

    Even a minor lapse in security protocol can lead to major costs

    When security protocols are neglected, data isn't the only loss. A breach in Utah cost the state CIO his job and possibly his reputation.

  • May 18, 2012 18 May'12

    Really big deals: Facebook IPO and SEC guidance on cybersecurity

    Read about this week's biggest tech news, including Facebook's long-awaited IPO and the SEC's guidance on cybersecurity.