CIO Magazine: November 1, 2011

How Pfizer’s CIO Led a Transformation of the Business

Editor in Chief Maryfran Johnson discusses CIO magazine's Nov. 1 cover story about how pharmaceutical giant Pfizer is using IT to drive new business.

The Secret to Forging Valuable Partnerships

The CIOs of Kaiser Permanente and Procter & Gamble know a thing or two about the value of true strategic partnerships and how to build them.

Forrester Survey Suggests Execs Driving Push for BYOT

According to Forrester’s ‘State of the Workforce’ survey, execs are driving the need for BYOT programs and greater mobility while the younger workforce is still largely tethered to the office.


Use Analytics to Create a Greener Business

Investing in better analytics can help you turn environmental compliance costs into sustainability benefits

How CIOs Can Build a Better Brand

Great brands result from robust business models, innovation and IT-enabled competitive advantage


How IT Helps Nissan Beat Chevy in the Electric Car Game

By overhauling its customer experience, Nissan was able to drive sales of its electric hatchback, the Leaf.

Challenging Times for Pfizer

As drug patents expire, the pharmaceutical giant is investing in technology and emerging markets while cutting back on R&D and labor.

A Law Firm’s Hiring Strategies for Handling New Security Concerns

New data privacy concerns and increased regulation have led law firm Morrison & Foerster to add a new position. Here’s what they did to facilitate that hire.

Why Legal Concerns Put a Halt to BYOT at Baxter

Baxter International wanted to allow employees to bring their own devices to work, but legal concerns related to e-discovery had to be resolved first.

At Houston Bank, Disaster Recovery Goes Virtual

Woodforest National Bank implements a replication system for its virtualized data center in the Gulf Coast

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