Julia King

Contributing Writer

Julia King is a freelance writer and editor based in Pennsylvania.

Tech Forecast 2017: IT sharpens its focus

IT salaries 2016: How to pump up your paycheck

IT salaries 2016: How to pump up your paycheck

Our 2016 survey of 3,300 IT workers shows that salaries are shaping up -- is yours? Get advice from tech pros who are making all the right moves.

Digital transformation designed for the customer

Digital transformation designed for the customer

Part business process redesign, part agile development, the new re-engineering is endless — just like customer demands. Here's how smart companies are learning to please customers one at a time, all of the time.

Forecast 2016: Security takes center stage

Forecast 2016: Security takes center stage

After a year of high-profile hacks, security is top of mind for tech execs in 2016.

CIOs boost their careers doing double duty

CIOs boost their careers doing double duty

Many CIOs find it exhilarating to responsibility for business functions outside of IT. But CIO-plus roles require a new mindset and trusted deputies.

Healthcare IT makes improved customer service an urgent priority

Healthcare IT makes improved customer service an urgent priority

The healthcare industry's seismic shift to a consumer-focused model is giving patients easier access to care and more control over their health information. And IT is at the very heart of that change.

CIOs are refocusing their staffs on customer-centric IT

CIOs are refocusing their staffs on customer-centric IT

CIOs are giving their teams new marching orders to turn their attention from internal matters to external customers, who have ultra-high expectations.

Clueless CIOs Aside, Open Source is 'Frightening and Fantastic'

Some companies are using open source to bring their legacy apps up to code, but all too many CIOs are still clueless about how often open source is being used in their own organizations.

CIOs Band Together to Lift Michigan's Fortunes

Three years ago, when David Behen signed on as the state of Michigan's CIO at the age of 42, he knew he didn't have all the knowledge or experience he would need to do the job. So he did what he says any good leader would do -- he...

'Rogue' Employees Want IT to Lighten Up Already

Speakers at CITE Conference urge enterprise IT to give up on 'command and control,' learn to ride the BYOD wave.

Why Few Want to Be the CIO Anymore

More than half of the respondents to our survey say they don't aspire to be a CIO.

How Analytics Helped Ford Turn its Fortunes

Ford is using big data to drive virtually every aspect of its global turnaround.

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