CIO Magazine: September 1, 2007

IPv6 Checkup Time

Despite the hype, U.S. enterprises seem to be in no hurry to adopt the next-generation Internet protocol. Here’s why.

Hotel Room of the Future Packs Tech Toys

After polling frequent travelers on the ins and outs of hotel rooms, the Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals gave the traditional model a makeover.


Mid-Market Suites Tune In to iPhone, PDAs

With the help of three new partners, NetSuite now provides extensions to its hosted mid-market applications suite so it will run on mobile devices.

What's Next for Housing Industry CIOs

The housing market is experiencing its deepest and most protracted slump in years, but for all intents and purposes, management inside the housing industry has remained relatively stable.

The H-1B Visa Debate

CIO Publisher Gary Beach believes the H-1B six-year temporary visa program is a Band-Aid covering up our science and math woes.

The Extreme CIO: Taking the "Life" Out of Work-Life Balance

Are you working 70 to 80 hours a week? More? Globalization, technology and corporate expectations are turning the CIO job into an extreme sport. Understand the costs. Learn how to thrive.

Bad Work-Life Balance May Mean Bad Health

It's great to love your work, and CIOs do. Why shouldn't they? But (and you knew there'd be a but) when you work over 60 hours a week, as many CIOs do, something's gotta give.

How to Influence People

Purdue University CIO Gerry McCartney approaches executive collaboration and influence by building alliances with the people behind the decision makers

Open Source Helps Stop Traffic Accidents

Engineers at the University of Maryland are using an open-source database to connect disparate traffic data and send help to accidents faster.

Six Warning Signs It's Time to Look for a New Job

Check for these signals to decide whether it’s time to make a move now.