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Internet of Things connections to quadruple by 2020

A new report by Verizon predicts that the Internet of Things is poised to transform virtually every major market sector, growing to more than 5.4 billion connections by 2020.

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Chart-topping hits from when 10 popular technologies were born

The #1 song when Steve Jobs introduced the first iPhone? Why, "Irreplaceable," of course.

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Higher ed CIOs list their top tech priorities

College and university technology leaders get high marks for C-suite relations (particularly with the CMO), succession planning and cloud-based activities.

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Can Tech Help Teachers Teach and Students Learn?

The promise of technology in the classroom earns high grades with students, teachers and administrators surveyed. But that digital education revolution is not an easy battle to win.

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CIOs and CMOs Far Apart in Pharmaceuticals

In the pharmaceuticals sector, the digital disconnect between the CMO and CIO is one of the largest to overcome of any industry. But don’t blame IT. According to an Accenture global survey, pharma CIOs have the highest desire across...

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CIOs Report That Spending Is on the Rise

IT leaders expect to see bigger technology budgets in the coming year, according to CIO’s most recent Tech Poll. However, while spending in key areas is up, CIOs aren't buying into all the buzz-worthy trends.

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Digital Marketers Must Own the Customer Lifecycle

Marketers have traditionally been focused on the front-end of the customer relationship -- things like brand awareness and lead generation. But in today’s digital world, marketers can't simply hand over that relationship to the sales...

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Mobile Phone Etiquette ‘Game of Thrones’ Style

Check out this infographic about mobile phone etiquette based on ‘Game of Thrones.’ Don’t miss what these ‘House’ of people do with their device in ‘Game of Phones.'

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How to Help Millennials Shine in the Workplace

Millennials already make up a large part of the workforce and in 10 years they are expected to represent the majority of workers. In order to uncover this generation's full potential, businesses need to better understand its traits...

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What Retailers Think of Mobile Marketing

More than half of large retailers say mobile is their top priority, so why aren’t they investing more?

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Mobile Marketing Means Much More Than Apps

Most marketers are rushing to deliver mobile apps, but the mobile Web remains one of the most effective channels for sales and customer engagements.

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13 of the Strangest Places Developers Have Written Code

Proving that you really can work from anywhere, here are some of the most unusual places software developers have found themselves programming.

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Where Are the Marketing Dollars Going?

Marketing budgets are on the rise thanks, at least in part, to digital technologies. However, where marketers are investing their dollars isn't as clear.

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What Makes Marketing Work?

Today’s marketer is expected to be tech-savvy and data-driven, but marketing is more art than science. This eye-catching infographic shows some of best-liked and most-memorable marketing slogans. Experts also weigh in on why work.

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Why Marketers Don't Understand Marketing Automation

Not only are marketing professionals not investing in marketing automation technology, nearly half of them don’t even know what it is, according to a recent survey.

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Why Social Listening Platforms Are Failing

Social listening services promise to capture and analyze the buzz about a particular brand on Facebook, Twitter and other social networks. The problem is they don’t come cheap and they aren’t working.

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State of the CIO 2015

More than 500 top IT leaders responded to our online survey to help us gauge the state of the technology industry. Download our 33-page presentation that details the 2015 edition of our annual survey of CIOs.

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CEOs Have Rosier View of Data Initiatives Than Rest of Management

A study by the Economist Intelligence Unit reports hat CEOs tend to have a much more positive view of the current status and benefits of data initiatives than lower-level management in their organizations.

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