CIO Magazine: June 1, 2010

Public-Sector CIOs Feel a ‘Higher Calling’

Those who run IT in state and local governments help save lives


Why Green IT Isn't Enough If You Want to Cut Energy Costs

There's more to energy efficiency than green IT. If you want to cut corporate energy costs, you have to look beyond the datacenter and the desktop.

What Getting IT Right Means to a CEO

Craig Smith, the CEO of Owens & Minor, an $8 billion medical device company, values CIO Rick Mears' industry knowledge.

Netbooks: Five Things You Need to Know

Better than a smartphone but worse than a laptop? Or is the netbook just a fad like the iPad?


IT Strategy: Use Scenario Planning to Get Beyond Legacy Systems

Leading IT shops use scenario planning to drive IT strategy and investment decisions.

VoIP: Coppin State Solves Its 911 Dilemma

Dr. Ahmed El-Haggan, CIO of Coppin State University, used a networking tool to provide 911 dispatchers the location information they need when VoIP users call with emergencies.

Government IT: Fixing Service Delivery to Put Customers First

State and local government IT departments are updating human services systems to reduce inefficiencies while helping an increased number of needy citizens. Success depends on agencies aligning new technology and business processes...

Survey Indicates Technology Budgets on the Mend

CIO magazine's quarterly survey shows a brighter outlook for IT departments, but large companies are faring the best.

Catching the mBusiness Wave

Mobile-based business trends are undeniable. IDG Enterprise CEO Michael Friedenberg wonders what businesses need to do to evolve and cash in.


How Videoconferencing Improves Decision Making

Videoconferencing helped a financial services company save $1 million on travel, but the greater advantage comes from enabling faster decisions

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