CIO Magazine: April 1, 2009

Boeing Saves Big By Cutting Imaging Costs

How a managed services solution helped the company save millions.

How Boeing Used Managed Services to Lower Total Imaging Costs

How a managed services solution helped the company save millions.


Should You Upgrade to Faster WiFi?

Higher-speed WiFi technology is available, but not everyone needs it.

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How Xcel Energy Plans to Help Customers Cut Their Electric Bills

An online dashboard aims to provide Xcel Energy electricity customers with tools to fine-tune their power consumption and their bills.

Scaling Back in the Economic Downturn

How IT organizations are scaling back their operations and handling the resulting upsurge in work.

Obama and IT

President Obama signals the power of IT.

One in Four CIOs Fired for Performance

Poor performance puts the CIO's job on the line, says a new survey. But there are ways to avoid that fate.

Book Excerpt: The Adventures of an IT Leader, Part 3

A new CIO scrambles to contain a security breach—and to keep his job. Read the third installment of our exclusive series.

Book Excerpt: The Adventures of an IT Leader, Part 4

A new CIO works to restore his credibility, and that of his team, after a confrontation with his CEO. Read the final installment of our exclusive series.

Plant Closings and Layoffs Mean Heavy Lifting for IT Departments

When companies decide to close plants, lay off workers or otherwise cut back, IT must step up to dismantle infrastructure and reclaim smartphones.

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