CIO Magazine: July 1, 2007

Boomtime for Malicious Hackers

Facing a persistent deluge in malicious code, IT security managers need to test their systems and stay current on security research.

The Web 2.0 Craze Sounds a Bit Like, Well, the Web 1.0 Craze

A critical look back at the hype surrounding Web 2.0 and how it compares to the dotcom boom.


The Future Leadership Strategy of the CIO

The Future-State CIO program is focused on making the future happen by advancing the CIO profession and helping it to play a larger role in driving, not just enabling, business strategy.

General Electric IT Executives More Receptive to Recruiters

GE has been a great talent pool for companies seeking CIOs, but tough for headhunters to crack. That may be changing.

Advice on Reaching Out to Business Partners and Effective Leadership

IT executives need to find collaborative business partners. Leaders listen a lot so they can tell what motivates people to act.

Public-Sector CIOs Debate: One Vendor or Many?

Keenly aware of staff and budget constraints, government IT departments wrestle with their mix of applications. This issue came to prominence again as mid-market vendor Infor announced it will pay $92 million to acquire Hansen, a...

What It Takes for a CIO to Be a CEO

Learn about the competencies CIOs need to develop to take the corner office, and what CEOs expect from CIOs.

Q&A

Why IT Executives Split Staffs to Create Supply, Handle Demand for Technology Services

Read here for insights into how CIOs are dividing their staffs to do both strategic and tactical jobs.

Data Sharing Boosts Fight Against Organized Retail Theft

Retail industry assocations are pooling resources to find patterns and bust the bad guys.

Intel’s E-Mail Overload Solution

Intel discovered that its employees were wasting about six hours a week on e-mail. To fix that, it instituted new processes to enforce good e-mail etiquette and behavior.

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