CIO Magazine: February 1, 2014

Hiring Managers Say Online Video Speeds Up the Interview Process

Pre-recorded interview questions—and the resulting answers—can give hiring managers a head start on selecting job candidates

Will 3D Printing Really Change the World?

IDG Communications CEO Michael Friedenberg says it already has, as he contemplates 3-D printing technology that can create things as varied as a human liver and a new home.


CIO's Passion: Building a 'Connected Delphi'

Delphi Automotive’s CIO is paving the way toward a connected, socially-enabled, collaborative workplace

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Facebook CIO Supports Video Calls to Preserve Employee Culture

CIO Tim Campos says videoconferencing and other collaboration tools boost employee productivity and preserve the workplace culture at Facebook -- but integration of those tools is a challenge

Will Western Union’s Digital Gamble Pay Off?

Facing escalating competition in the mobile payments revolution, a new CIO banks on data analytics to map out a profitable future, writes Editor in Chief Maryfran Johnson.

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CIO Helps Civil War-Era Company Find Its Digital Future

Can Western Union's CIO help this venerable company survive the digital payments revolution?

3 Ways CIOs Can Adapt to the Millennial Workforce

Three CIOs offer examples of how they are accommodating younger workers.

Call Centers Suffer From Big Data Overload

Nearly half of all contact centers consistently collect and report on metrics that they never use to improve the customer experience, according to a new survey.

National Geographic's IT Team Turns the Page on Mobile Apps

The venerable publication has adapted as the publishing industry has changed, and its IT department is also adjusting to the times. National Geographic's IT leaders now allow employees to use any apps they choose and rely on business...