CIO Magazine: May 15, 2012


Study Links IT Spending to Profits

New research finds a link between IT spending and corporate profitability, but only for IT projects that are focused on revenue growth.

Five Things CIOs Should Know About Big Data

You may not think you have petabytes of data worth analyzing, but you will, if you don't already. CIO magazine breaks down the 5 things CIOs need to know, now.

5 Outsourcing Trends to Watch

The deals are getting smaller, with new pricing models, while security and cloud computing become hot topics.

Orange County Provides IT Services Via Catalog

To simplify service contract management and provide a higher standard for IT projects, OC's former CTO opts for a catalog


Financial Company Gets Social, Stays Compliant

Commonwealth Financial allowed its financial planners to set up social media profiles and interact with customers by using new tools that let them log conversations

3 Tips for Impactful Presentations

If you want to make a strong impression while giving a presentation during a professional event, follow these three tips.

How to Profit From Bad Technology Decisions

A Yale researcher says businesses should design systems and products with human foibles in mind.

How CIOs Can Stay Relevant in the Future

Cloud computing and the consumerizaton of IT have pushed the CIO role into uncharted territory. CIO magazine's publisher emeritus Gary Beach writes that it's time to seek out unique ways you can contribute.

Are CIOs Looking to Bring Outsourced IT Jobs Back In-House?

CIO magazine's Editor in Chief Maryfran Johnson discusses our May 15 cover story and why CIOs are changing their outsourcing strategy to bring more IT jobs back in-house

Outsourcing Declines, Are IT Jobs Coming Back?

IT leaders and CIOs are reexamining their outsourcing mix and bringing some—but not all—IT back in-house

1 2 Page 1