CIO Magazine: May 1, 2012

Judges for the 2012 CIO Hall of Fame and Ones to Watch Programs

A list of CIOs, IT execs and IT experts that judged our 2012 Hall of Fame and Ones to Watch Programs

Quick Tips For Easier Business Trips

Travelling for business can be a headache. Our coach suggests three ways to minimize the stress.


Is It So Bad for the CIO to Report to the CFO?

Conventional wisdom says the CIO should report to the CEO. But not everyone agrees that's so important.

Desperately Seeking the Right Social Enterprise Tool?

Parsons wanted to encourage collaboration and ditch its old-school ways by adopting an enterprise social platform. When a Yammer pilot fell flat, all eyes were on Jive.

New Table Stakes for the CIO

The "big five" tech megatrends--cloud, mobile, social, consumer IT and big data--will render the CIO obsolete, or so they say. CIO magazine's editor in chief Maryfran Johnson says we've heard this before. The CIO role isn't going...

IT contractors help companies meet changing work needs

The demand for tech part-time work can also mean the economy is improving, says an IT staffing firm

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Fujitsu tech can tell when you're stressed on the phone, vulnerable to scams

Fujitsu and Nagoya University hope the new technology will help combat phone scams in Japan that largely target the elderly

How to Be Ready for Big Data

Big Data is coming, but for most organizations it's three-to-five years away. That doesn't mean you shouldn't prepare now. Analyzing Big Data will require reference information like that provided by a semantic data model. And once you...

How to Protect Your Intellectual Property in the Cloud

IT professionals know that handing data over to a third-party is always risky, but cloud computing creates unique concerns for IP. Here are nine tips to protect critical corporate data wherever it goes

Smart Grid Security Inadequate, Threats Abound

As the Stuxnet attack shows, malicious hackers "clearly have the upper hand" over power grid systems, a new study says. A lack of strict standards and a hodgepodge of products have created today's chaotic state of utility...

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