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The next digital disruption: The CIO role

Digital disruption is more than just an organizational existential threat. Here are five key disruptors that are reshaping the CIO role — and the skills IT leaders will need to adapt.


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Land O'Lakes IT whips up business outcomes

To encourage cross-functional product teams to focus on business outcomes, CIO Marc Carlson replaces spot bonuses with a long-term incentive plan.


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The CIO’s coronavirus playbook: 7 tips for surviving the crisis

Don’t let the coronavirus crisis cripple your company. Follow this CIO survival guide to the pandemic.


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What is a design sprint? A 5-day plan for improving products and services

Developed at Google, design sprints are a quick, step-by-step way to evaluate and test products and services prior to launch, while also mitigating risks.


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Security School: Enroll today and advance your tech career

Insider Pro and CertsNexus have created a virtual classroom where subscribers can learn and test their cybersecurity readiness.


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Can technology save the retail supply chain?

In the age of coronavirus, technology is playing a big role in boosting resilience but it’s also meeting its match in some areas (and no, it’s not just about toilet paper).


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7 tips for coping with a limited IT budget

When less must be more, it's essential to allocate IT resources intelligently and creatively. Here are 7 ways CIOs can meet key goals when challenged by a restricted budget.


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Dealing with the downturn

As the coronavirus pandemic builds, businesses are already reeling from the economic impact. Here's how IT can adjust to a new reality of cost trimming and budget cuts.


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5 tips for navigating supplier relationships in an economic downturn

Don't let cost-cutting derail your digital transformation; take these steps to strengthen supplier relationships.


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How the COVID-19 pandemic is reshaping healthcare with technology

It’s a remarkable story that is playing out in the technology-led enablement at the back end of healthcare organizations, even as the headlines are dominated by the heroic response efforts at the front lines of care.


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CIOs discuss their evolving role

The CIO role has changed into a digital role. How well are CIOs succeeding remains an important topic and was one that several CIOs discussed a few weeks ago when the coronavirus crisis was in its early stages. Their answers provide...


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4 keys to sustaining innovation

Big-bang innovation projects capture the imagination, but many lack staying power. Here's how to build longevity into your innovation initiatives.


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IT innovation takes flight at Embry-Riddle

Innovation isn’t an end goal; it’s a means to creating a positive business impact. That won’t happen, at least not reliably, without taking a strategic approach.


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Reskill for technology: Take a risk and invest in yourself

Technology changed in the way we work, impacting up to 54% of all employees who need to become digitally fluent almost overnight.


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Cloud repatriation rescues CIOs from mounting costs

The public cloud is a boon for getting applications up and running in a jiffy, but some CIOs have found that business agility comes at a premium and are rethinking their deployments via repatriation.