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  • March 19, 2015 19 Mar'15

    What startups can teach CIOs about IT funding

    Getting the CEO and CFO to fork over funding for innovation IT projects is never easy. At the Fusion 2015 CEO-CIO Symposium, Gartner's Barbara Gomolski advised CIOs to look at how startups raise capital. Here are three tips.

  • March 16, 2015 16 Mar'15

    Bimodal IT may already be in your organization, you just have to find it

    Having the right talent in your organization is crucial to success. When a company is lagging and just can't seem to pull ahead of the competition in its marketplace, one solution is to acquire a ...

  • March 13, 2015 13 Mar'15

    Profiting from your digital strategy; PayPal boosts innovation via startup acquisition

    Are CIOs being seduced by digital eye candy instead of thinking about profitability? In the latest Data Mill, Mark McDonald, managing director at Accenture, gives tips on how CIOs can maximize ...

  • March 13, 2015 13 Mar'15

    The Apple Watch: A boon for the business or business bauble?

    Behold, the Apple Watch. Will third-party apps make it the next big thing for the enterprise? Also in Searchlight: Tech blog GigaOm abruptly closes its doors; AP sues the U.S. Justice Department for Hillary Clinton's emails.

  • March 13, 2015 13 Mar'15

    Startup acquisition gives e-commerce giant an innovation transplant

    PayPal looks to startup Paydiant to rev up its mobile strategy and catalyze innovation.

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  • March 10, 2015 10 Mar'15

    Reverse mentoring turns Millennials into teachers

    In 2007, Apple introduced its first generation iPhone. Yesterday, it announced the launch of its much-anticipated iWatch. It's just one example of how consumer technology is marching on at an ...

  • March 09, 2015 09 Mar'15

    Don't fall into the old CIO trap when forging a digital strategy

    If your digital strategy doesn't include how you're going to make money from a digital initiative, you're doing it wrong: The Data Mill reports.

  • March 06, 2015 06 Mar'15

    Automation vs. augmentation strategy; Mobile World Congress 2015

    Knowledge workers might soon be competing with machines for jobs. In this week's Data Mill, analytics thought leader and author Tom Davenport explains the business benefits of computer augmentation ...

  • March 06, 2015 06 Mar'15

    Mobile payments race heats up at Mobile World Congress 2015

    Mobile World Congress 2015 didn't disappoint, with breakthroughs in mobile payment, Internet connectivity, virtual reality and more. Also in Searchlight: Apple Pay fraud on the rise; former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used private email for ...

  • March 05, 2015 05 Mar'15

    A successful entrepreneur tells CXOs how to build (and rebuild) company culture

    MADISON, WISC. -- When Daniel Adamany left EMC in 2007 to build an IT consultancy, his list of startup priorities didn't include building company culture. "Now it's pretty much all I think about," ...

  • March 05, 2015 05 Mar'15

    Security dominates CIO agenda

    The responsibility of securing the enterprise has been pushed onto the CIO, Linda Ban, the Global C-suite study director at IBM, said at the Fusion 2015 Conference of CEOs and CIOs in Madison, ...

  • March 03, 2015 03 Mar'15

    Legacy IT systems can be the kindest cut of all

    Should your legacy IT systems stay or go? CIOs tasked with this decision might find eliminating past-their-prime systems to be the kindest cut of all.

  • March 03, 2015 03 Mar'15

    Legacy IT systems: Keep 'em or cut 'em?

    How do you calculate the expiration date on your legacy IT systems? It's a question CIOs must grapple with as they look at which IT systems are worth keeping around, and which are on the way out. In this issue of CIO Decisions e-zine, we...

  • March 02, 2015 02 Mar'15

    Are CIOs next in line to be CEOs? Myer department store chain says yes

    Myer, Australia's largest department store chain, said Monday that it has replaced its CEO of nine years, Bernie Brookes, with Richard Umbers, 48, who joined Myer as CIO and supply chain officer ...

  • March 02, 2015 02 Mar'15

    Automation vs. computer augmentation: What's best for business?

    Tom Davenport lays out five strategies for surviving automation; big data evolves; and the high-end food industry feasts on big data: The Data Mill reports.

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