CIO Magazine: September 1, 2010

What CIOs Look for in an Enterprise Architect

Enterprise architects need strong business and technical skills, and years of experience.


Why Agile Development Leads to Business Success

No new venture can succeed unless IT development methods are aligned with business innovation processes.


A New Wireless Brew

Reversing course, Starbucks decides free Wi-Fi is essential to bringing customers to its stores.


Cloud Storage: How it Helps Companies Expand Globally

Cloud storage can help companies get operations up and running quickly in a new location.

How Cloud Computing and Mobile Devices Are Changing Your Application Strategy

Delivering applications on any device—whether desktops or smartphones—and from any location calls for rethinking your enterprise architecture


Third-Party Software Maintenance: Five Things You Need to Know

Big savings are promised, but are there trade-offs to bypassing vendor support in lieu of third-party support providers like Rimini Street?

Good Candidates Deserve the VIP Treatment from Hiring Managers

For Joe Eckroth, CIO and SVP for Hertz, going the extra mile to get to know candidates beyond their resumes produces better hires.

Bridging the Gap in Cloud Security

How Merit Medical protects off-premise data while offering users a single sign-on.

Richard Clarke: Your Company Is a Front in a Future Cyberwar

Former White House cybersecurity adviser Richard Clarke thinks the government should do more to defend companies against cyberthreats.

It’s All About the Top Line

As the economy recovers, CIOs have to help drive revenue growth, not just maintain profits through cutbacks and increased efficiency.

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