CIO Magazine: June 15, 2008

Black Gold, Green IT

Oil companies use BI to increase profits. You can, too.

In Security

Customer data breaches just keep getting worse.


Trendlines from 6/15/08: New, Hot, Unexpected

In this issue: Low-cost laptops; Wi-Fi on campus; Africa eyes outsourcing; Execs on globalization; Software piracy on the rise; and CIOs and social responsibility.

Gas Prices: How Oil Companies Use Business Intelligence To Maximize Profits

Every day, oil companies harness gushers of data to assess market conditions for a gallon of gas. Learn how they match the right tools with information to maximize profits.

Wyeth's Prescription for Business Process Management Success

By putting business process ahead of technology, the drug giant laid the groundwork for BPM success.

The IT Infrastructure Library Can Serve Small Companies: Here's How

ITIL isn't just for large organizations anymore. Smaller companies can implement the IT Infrastructure Library set of best practices and processes and get value from their information systems. IT leaders share their adoption...

Four Tips for Crafting a Document Retention Policy

CIOs share strategies for creating a document retention policy

Adventures in Managing Virtualization

Evan Jafa, CIO for First American, has already learned plenty about server virtualization during his data center revamp. But he says the greatest virtualization challenges for IT leaders are yet to come. Think process management,...

Five Things William Cohen Has Learned from Peter Drucker

William Cohen shares what he learned about leadership, management and strategy from working under this great teacher.