CIO Magazine: November 15, 2008

Remote Workers, Costly Data Breach Notification, Being Too Nice at Work and More

This issue of Trendlines from the 11/15/08 Issue of CIO Magazine covers Remote Workers, Costly Data Breach Notification, Being Too Nice at Work and More

Making Business Mash-Ups Work

Users can get in over their heads when they try to combine Web-based apps. Here's what you need to know.


Agile Giants

How big companies are adapting to change

Four Steps to Safer Social Networking for Enterprises

What are your employees saying on Facebook? Here's four steps enterprises can take to contain the legal risks associated with employees using social networking tools such as Facebook and Twitter

How Fast Is the Road to SaaS?

Vendor would make it easier to migrate apps to hosted model

Who You Gonna Hire?

The hottest jobs in IT are for business, architecture and policy experts

Shifting Priorities

CIOs face some big challenges in the year ahead

CRM's Holy Grail

How SOA can unlock a 360-degree view of the customer

Five Things Chris Gardner Has Learned About What It Takes To Be Successful

Chris Gardner knows what it takes to be successful in business. Once homeless, he's the founder and CEO of Gardner Rich, a private stock-brokerage firm, and author of the autobiography-turned-movie The Pursuit of Happyness.

How IT Leaders Can Help Their Companies Spend Money More Wisely

CIOs are well-positioned to help companies take better advantage of all investments, not just IT

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