CIO Magazine: February 1, 2011

Risk Management: A CIO’s Strategic Role

CIOs have a unique responsibility to identify the systems and data that executives need to manage through a crisis or make decisions in times of rapid change

Do Not Track: Is Government Intervention Necessary?

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission made clear it endorses an online do-not-track tool, while Republican lawmakers and tech companies think a congressional mandate is unnecessary.

FBI CIO’s Mission: Modernize

When he joined the FBI from Lehman Brothers, Chad Fulgham inherited an obsolete IT infrastructure and major project on the brink of failure. Two years later, agents have BlackBerrys and SharePoint, but the work isn’t finished.

IT Budgets Will Get Bigger in 2011

According to our latest Economic Impact Survey of 333 top IT execs, spending looks to be at its highest level since 2008, with more money going to mobile solutions, top-line revenue-generating projects, and applications.

One Enterprise's Two-Year Apple Mobile Makeover

Apple gadgets aren't fit for the enterprise? RehabCare begs to differ: This healthcare provider embraces iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches and relies on custom-built iOS apps to improve patient care and beat up the competition.

The Four Biggest Mistakes Businesses Make on Twitter

Is your business suffering from Twitter neglect? Get your brand back on track by recognizing these four common errors and revitalizing your social strategy.

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