CIO Magazine: September 1, 2009


How Portland Fish Exchange Won Back Customers Through Automation

An IT investment during better economic times connects fish buyers and sellers more efficiently in today's competitive market


Banking Services Aim to Help Gen Y Manage Money

Bank accounts and financial management tools designed to help Gen-Y customers save money and pay bills.

Signs to Help You Know the Recovery Is Coming

Tech stocks and customer tweets can tell you whether your market is recovering. Make sure you don't miss the signs.

Document Management: How to Figure Out How Much Storage You Need

Saving all that data can cost you. Here's how to get a handle on how much storage you need and stay on top of legal document management and retention needs.


How Procter & Gamble Got Employees to Use Social Networking at Work

Procter & Gamble drove adoption of social networking tools by integrating them with existing with work processes.

After a Massive Tech Project Failure: What IT Can Expect

The bigger the failed IT project, the harder the CIO falls -- almost never to recover, says Chris Curran, partner and CTO of Diamond Management & Technology Consultants. His advice: To avoid catastrophic project failure, do projects...

Cloud Computing Survey: Adoption Prospects Are Hazy

IT buyers are uncertain about savings from cloud computing, while concerns about security are on the rise.


Tech Vendors Say Ignore Those Dollar Signs Behind the Curtain

Think your vendor's ready to deal? Maybe not: New Forrester Research survey data shows that despite the recession, tech vendors are pushing customers buzzwords about innovation, value and ROI -- not lowering prices.

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