CIO Magazine: August 1, 2007

Business Continuity: Be Prepared for a Bad Moment

If you wait to plan for disaster, chances are you’ll be too late.

The Aces of Stock Options

Many CIOs are cashing in on their options simply because the money is good.

Hacked: The Rising Threat of Intellectual Property Theft and What You Can Do About It

An explanation of intellectual property theft and what you can do about it.

Rethink Your Storage Infrastructure to Save Money, Simplify Management

Smart IT leaders are using new storage techniques like tiering and iSCSI to simplify storage and save money.

Engaging the Debate over Who Should Control Corporate IT

Are large IT shops repressing individual users' creativity? Or do the centralized capabilities empower iPod toting twentysomethings to get value from their gizmos?

Reports on the Death of the Laptop...May Be Greatly Exaggerated

Speculation on the death of the laptop still seems premature despite the emergence of more powerful mobile devices.

iPhone in the Enterprise?

After one of the most hyped product launches ever, the question arises: Should CIOs "play nice" with the iPhone crowd?

Blowing Mobile

America's lack of enthusiasm for mobile stands in stark distinction to the rest of the developed world. And that may hurt U.S. business in the not-too-distant future.

Smash-Up: How a Violent Car Crash Provided Lessons in Business Continuity and Succession Planning

Juniper Networks CIO Alan Boehme had a standard business continuity and succession plan, but one violent moment on a California highway revealed its shortcomings.

Surfing for Porn and Getting Paid

A company that specializes in blocking X-rated and other unwanted sites hires people like Gene Toye to find them.

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