Tom Kaneshige

Senior Writer

Tom Kaneshige has been covering business and technology in Silicon Valley for two decades. As senior online writer at CIO.com, Tom covers Silicon Valley culture, BYOD and consumer tech in the enterprise.

Today’s CIO Better Know What’s in a Name

BYOD Brings Bah Humbug This Holiday Season

BYOD Brings Bah Humbug This Holiday Season

Deck the halls and then check your email. Hey, it’s not our idea. More than half of you say you will be logging in for at least two hours over the holidays.

How to Reduce Enterprise App Clutter on Your iPad

How to Reduce Enterprise App Clutter on Your iPad

To help control the proliferation of cloud apps cluttering iPad home screens, Collage looks to manage data feeds and notifications from Yammer, Office 365, Salesforce and others.

How Marketing Is Tackling MDM in the Shadows

How Marketing Is Tackling MDM in the Shadows

Tech vendors are targeting marketers and other business executives with products and services and selling them behind IT's back. This shadow or rogue tech trend has now made its way to mobile device management.

Buzzwords and Jargon Just Aren’t Revolutionary Anymore

Buzzwords and Jargon Just Aren’t Revolutionary Anymore

As tech cultures collide with mainstream culture, tech buzzwords have led to serious consequences. Techno jargon is partially to blame for the demise of a 100-year-old magazine as well as general confusion in the C-suite.

In the Digital Enterprise Everyone Needs to Think SEO

In the Digital Enterprise Everyone Needs to Think SEO

Since the dawn of the Web when Google first learned to crawl, search engine optimization has been a key to Internet success, but today it's more important that ever. The Home Depot’s SEO manager talks about how SEO now ‘stretches...

Around the World With BYOD

Around the World With BYOD

More than half of employees across the global bring a mobile device to work. However, when you look at individual countries, the results vary wildly in terms of ownership and adoption -- surprisingly, some tech-loving countries are...

BYOD Brings Corporate Contradictions

BYOD Brings Corporate Contradictions

CIOs naturally want a BYOD policy in place to give them some level of control, but the reality is that employees will do whatever they want regardless of the policy.

Why CIOs and CMOs Must Run Side by Side

Why CIOs and CMOs Must Run Side by Side

CMOs want to move fast with digital technology to grab revenue opportunities, but the CIO needs to be onboard with any deals from the beginning in order to address technical complexities that can leave marketing executives reeling.

How to Attract Digital Natives to Buy at Retail Stores

How to Attract Digital Natives to Buy at Retail Stores

Those 18- to-25-year-olds are a savvy bunch. They window shop at retail stores only to bargain-hunt online. They research products on their smartphones while walking the aisles. Retailers that want them to buy at brick-and-mortar...

How to Be the CIO of Tomorrow
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How to Be the CIO of Tomorrow

What does the future CIO look like? He or she probably won’t have a technology background. However, this new kind of CIO will not only have to lead a technical staff but will also be a leader of leaders in the boardroom.

CMOs Must Capitalize on Digital Moments of Engagement

CMOs Must Capitalize on Digital Moments of Engagement

Thanks to access to the latest technology, CMOs have become managers of a potentially prosperous customer journey that runs from initial contact to building loyalty. So why are digital marketers feeling alone and overwhelmed?

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