CIO Magazine: May 1, 2011

Making Enterprise Architecture Matter

CIOs must develop executives who can establish standards that provide business value

Seek to Satisfy Evolving Customer Needs

AAA CIO Brent Stahlheber is focusing the club on customers by looking at IT’s impact


CRM On A Smartphone

A smartphone app integrated with its CRM system helps Hard Rock Hotel and Casino track customer spending and promote food and beverage specials

IT-Business Alignment a Thing of the Past

It’s time for CIOs to embrace an integrated, evolving strategy


Disaster Recovery on a Budget

CIOs are always looking for disaster-recovery options that don’t break the bank. These CIOs share their tactics.

Advice for Industry-Switching CIOs

Being successful in a new industry is difficult, but not impossible


Why You Should Stop Worrying and Let End Users Have Their iPads

When employees have technology they like, they’ll make themselves productive in ways you never dreamed. So let them have their iPads and Android tablets.

How to Bring Outsourced Services Back In-House

Major mergers created both a need and an opportunity for CVS Caremark to bring an outsourced data center back in-house

What We’re Reading from the May 1, 2011 Issue of CIO Magazine

Books, blogs and research about IT, management and leadership.

Microsoft, Toyota to Build Car Telematics Service

Microsoft and Toyota plan to use Windows Azure, the software giant's cloud offering, to build a telematics service that will initially serve people who have the car maker's electric and plug-in hybrid cars.

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