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Diversity and inclusion: 8 best practices for changing your culture

A strong diversity and inclusion strategy can help your organization attract top talent and drive innovative results. Here’s how to launch a D&I initiative that works.

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Arapahoe County develops document system into beneficial platform

Arapahoe County developed HSconnects to process benefits claims faster. And by productizing the platform, it’s not just helping the needy; it’s helping its neighbors, too.

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CIO Leadership Live with Kristie Grinnell, CIO & VP IT at General Dynamics Information Technology | Ep 21

Kristie Grinnell, CIO & VP Information Technology & Supply Chain at General Dynamics Information Technology, and Maryfran Johnson get together to discuss the use of AI in military missions, the importance of data governance, the...

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Serverless: The future of cloud computing?

Serverless marks the next leg of the cloud journey as CIOs further abstract infrastructure and operations in pursuit of greater business agility.

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IDG CMO Perspectives: Kevin Spurway, SVP Marketing, Appian

Kevin Spurway, SVP Marketing of Appian, discusses the importance of building high quality content for the entire sales funnel in this edition of IDG CMO Perspectives. During the conversation with Rob O’Regan, global content director...

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7 ways to ensure IT gets the credit it deserves

Often ignored, overlooked or even snubbed, IT needs to claim its rightful place in the enterprise spotlight. Here's the steps you can take to raise IT's profile and morale.

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What is TBM? A framework for driving value and innovation in IT

In offering guidance and best practices for IT-business alignment, the technology business management (TBM) framework can help your organization better understand IT’s value, increase collaboration and give deeper insights into IT...

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Making the shift to microservices: 8 tips

The move to microservices represents a sea change in application development. Here’s how to unpack the complexity of such a big shift.

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6 secrets of customer-facing CIOs

The CIO role has dramatically shifted as organizations lean on IT to drive digital business initiatives.

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Whirlpool spins up IoT for BYOB

Whirlpool’s Yummly app and SmartBeer cooler, key aspects of the company’s Redefine Product strategy, underscore the company’s efforts to get cozier with its consumers.

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App overload: The silent productivity killer

By introducing an app for nearly every task, IT organizations risk sapping employee efficiency. Here’s how to tackle the glut.

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Consumer price transparency: The healthcare CIO's looming headache

Posting chargemasters online is just the first step; hospitals should also offer cost estimators based on patients’ insurance plans. Here’s what CIOs need to know as hospitals move into the era of healthcare price transparency.

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How McGraw-Hill identifies at-risk students

McGraw-Hill Education is developing a project called Insights to surface data from its AI-based assessment and learning system to help identify students who are struggling and at risk of failing.

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Insurance company finds its digital edge in AI

AXA XL is using artificial intelligence software to help reduce its risk consultants' workload, the latest example of an enterprise adopting software that can help it do more with less.

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What is low-code development? A Lego-like approach to building software

Drag-and-drop tools allow developers to assemble applications without the need for manual programming. Here's how companies such as Shell Downstream, 7-Eleven and John Hancock are putting low-code development to work.

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How to get the most out of mentoring

Mentoring can be a tricky practice. CIOs from VMware and Rice University share their tips for getting it right.

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Penn Medicine shortens ICU stays with real-time data

Leveraging real-time data streams from its EHR platform, Penn Medicine has created a dashboard and alerting system to speed the process of getting ICU patients breathing on their own.

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How to run a successful IT internship program

Internship programs give IT organizations an opportunity to identify and nurture tomorrow's talent. Here, three IT leaders share their best practices for running successful internship programs.

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