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7 issues keeping CIOs up at night

No one-size nightmare fits all, but CIOs share many of the same concerns about securing the enterprise, automating work processes and retaining customers for the long haul.

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Digitizing industrial products at Cummins

Sherry Aaholm, CIO of the $23 billion engine manufacturer, shares her strategy for creating foundational change at scale

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CIO Think Tank: Setting the multi-cloud agenda

How can enterprises handle the complexity of multiple clouds — and reap unprecedented benefits? In a series of virtual roundtables, 30 IT leaders articulated the challenges and delivered insightful recommendations.

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Defining the post-COVID-19 digital transformation of healthcare

In the wake of COVID-19, the initial scramble to support a predominantly remote care model is now giving way to a more measured evaluation of care delivery models using telehealth technologies

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4 hot project management trends — and 4 going cold

The coronavirus pandemic is accelerating a number of project management trends already under way — and greatly altering long-held practices that no longer seem as relevant as remote work rises.

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How (and why) great CIOs lead through teaching

Accidental learning delivers accidental results. Here's how six CIOs avoid that trap by leading through teaching.

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Bracing for the security data explosion

Organizations must prepare for collecting, processing, analyzing, and acting upon terabytes of security data.

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Best bang for your IT budget

With budgets uncertain and project priorities pivoting in the wake of the pandemic, IT leaders are finding several key areas worth investing in.

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How IT leaders can effectively address systemic racism

Systemic racism in IT is an uncomfortable truth. Now is the time to recognize it and eradicate it. Here's how to get started.

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Redefining productivity and compensation in an AI age

Artificial intelligence offers the promise of boosting productivity by automating mundane tasks. Here are some of the areas it might soon gain a foothold.

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GSK takes targeted approach to data-driven transformation

The pharmaceutical titan has developed a data strategy to mine value from its existing data with a series of analytics initiatives carefully targeted at specific business priorities.

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It’s time for CIOs to get smart

Being smart isn't about what you know, but about how you process and apply new information. Welcome to the context-aware era.

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Qlik Sense vs. Tableau: Self-service analytics tools compared

Self-service business intelligence has become the go-to tool for business decisions. Here’s how Qlik Sense and Tableau stack up on features and pricing.

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6 steps to successful SaaS renewal negotiations

It's no secret that preparation is key to successful contract negotiations, but SaaS renewals come with their own set of challenges. What are you doing to prepare for negotiation success?

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IT leaders juggle staffing strategies, post-COVID

As project priorities (and IT budgets) shift, CIOs are rethinking how to acquire much needed skills in uncertain times.

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Don't squander that crisis-induced transformation

Veteran CIO Phil Fasano has some straight talk for CEOs and corporate boards about why they should invest in the technologies that support new ways of working.

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What stays and what goes: CIOs shuffle IT project priorities

Responding to rapidly shifting business needs, CIOs are reprioritizing IT projects to position their organizations for future growth.

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Corporate allyship: Show your work or quiet down

Does your company truly stand with the principles of the Black Lives Matter movement or are you an 'Optical Ally'? Your Black employees and customers will know the difference.

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