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What's in Store for IT and the CIO in 2008?
As 2007 comes to a close, we predict what the next year may hold for IT and the CIO.
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The 2008 State of the CIO: The Imperative to Be Customer-Centric IT Leaders
To become real businesspeople, CIOs need to start thinking about, and reorganizing IT for their business customers.
The State of the CIO 2008: The CIO's Time to Shine
For our seventh annual "State of the CIO" survey we talked to 558 heads of IT, unearthing the problems they're facing now and the potential for change in their future.
The 2008 State of the CIO: Six IT Leaders Who Matter
There isn't just one way to be a CIO, or one set of CIO concerns. Here are six CIOs that excel as leaders in one of three areas: functional, transformational or business strategy.
How to Sharpen Your Commercial Instincts
To develop a commercial orientation, the CIO of FirstGroup had to rethink risk, ROI, idea ownership and what the CIO really has to offer.
Wireless in Retail: The Risks and Rewards
An RSR report identifies the dangers of wireless technologies (remember TJX's nightmare?) and offers three ways to ensure your company doesn't suffer a data loss during the holiday season.
Annual Technology Salary Survey Predicts Substantial Increase
Base compensation, signing bonuses and other perks, particularly for in-demand jobs.
Reader Q&A: How To Make Actions Convey Your Agenda
Actions speak louder than words. Here's how to keep yours from being misunderstood.
The Web 2.0 Campaign for the White House
The presidential candidates are demonstrating a clear consensus that the rise of Web 2.0 tools offers the chance to engage interested citizens, one market niche, one voter, one message at a time.
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