Opinion CIO magazine editor in chief Maryfran Johnson discusses vendor relationships and our December 1 cover story on how to truly partner with your vendors through a vendor collective
Opinion CIO magazine editor in chief Maryfran Johnson discusses our Nov. 15 cover story and why it’s time to dump that polarizing phrase and make IT and business people equal partners.
Opinion Editor in Chief Maryfran Johnson discusses CIO magazine's Nov. 1 cover story about how pharmaceutical giant Pfizer is using IT to drive new business.
Opinion When the "kill the laptop" breakout session was an unexpected success at our last event, CIO magazine editor in chief Maryfran Johnson knew mobility had become the hottest topic in IT.
Opinion The Oct. 1 issue of CIO magazine features three stories that deal with the people issues behind IT’s biggest potential game-changers: BYOT, unified communications and social media.
Opinion Companies from NYSE Euronext to Alcoa are bypassing ready-made software and developing their own programs in-house in hopes of creating competitive advantage
Opinion What can companies accomplish when innovation really becomes everyone’s business? The August 1 issue of CIO magazine has the answers.
Opinion IT-business alignment is no longer the conversation, finds CIO magazine Editor in Chief Maryfran Johnson. Today’s top IT executives know it’s all about creating business value.
Opinion CIO magazine’s latest cover story looks at the talent gaps in today’s IT departments and the four new roles that have CIOs on the hunt for fresh talent.
Opinion Happily, our 2011 State of the CIO research reveals that this coming year will be all about enhancing productivity, investing strategically and fueling growth.
Opinion The CMO is still a ways off your radar screen, says CIO magazine Editor in Chief Maryfran Johnson. With the rise in the influence of social media on your business, it’s time to get better acquainted.
Opinion Tom Flanagan of Amgen, Filippo Passerini of Procter & Gamble, Brent Stacey of Idaho National Laboratory, Frank Modruson of Accenture, and Tom Murphy of AmerisourceBergen are this year’s class of CIO Hall of Fame Inductees.
Opinion Our 8th annual global security survey indicates a whopping 62 percent of you have little to no confidence in cloud-provider security. It’s no wonder many CIOs are feeling clouded out.
Opinion As The Internet of Things paves the way to cars that recognize their driver and washing machines that call in for repairs, CIOs should reach out to colleagues in R&D and be at the forefront of driving business strategy.
Opinion Mobile, cloud computing and social media are top of mind for CIOs these days, with the most vital decisions happening in enterprise architecture.
Opinion From PNC Financial Services Group to Proctor & Gamble, this year’s CIO 100 winners have developed innovative ideas that pay long-term dividends.
Feature Social media offers an abundance of communication tools. But when it comes to leadership and public speaking, old-fashioned face-to-face chats are still key.
Opinion Succession-planning programs have a lot to offer future leaders but often seem to fall flat. CIO magazine Editor in Chief Maryfran Johnson looks at this year’s “Ones to Watch” winners and learns how future CIOs are best developed.
Feature Speakers crave useful critiques of their talks yet most people shy away from offering helpful feedback. But good speakers are always looking to fine-tune their craft.
Feature By nixing the bullet points and PowerPoint slides from your presentation, you'll gain back your audience and make your speech more memorable.