CIO Magazine: August 1, 2014

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CIOs Describe Turning Points In Their Careers

New members of the CIO Hall of Fame recall the watershed moments when they learned the hard lessons of great leadership. (Plus: CIO 100 Hall of Fame winners offer IT leadership advice in a video.)

Architectural Firm Puts Giant Data Files in the Cloud

A global architectural firm sees big advantages in putting building design data in a cloud-based storage service. The results: lower costs and easier collaboration.

Analytics Project Wins New Business for Insurance Company

Insurer Bankers Financial wins a CIO 100 award for a new system that helps sales agents generate more accurate quotes that customers are more likely to accept.

Real-Time Analytics Helps Virginia Credit Union Prevent Fraud

The credit union used agile development to build an analytics system to stop fraudsters who, with only a bit of personal information, can con call center workers.

New Executive Skill Sets Emerge in CIO 100 Award Winners

IDG CEO Michael Friedenberg spots a trio of skills that signal greater business success for IT: marketing, market knowledge and communication.

For Top CIOs, Success Breeds Success

CIO magazine Editor in Chief Maryfran Johnson congratulates this year's CIO 100 and CIO Hall of Fame honorees, and takes a look at what these success stories have in common.

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How to Repair Broken Relationships with Co-Workers

Bad relationships in the workplace are based on fear and insecurity. An expert in psychology and leadership says the key to healing the relationship is to build trust.

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How to Select IT Talent in a Merger

One of a CIO’s biggest leadership challenges is retaining the best IT talent in the throes of a merger, acquisition or divestiture.

Top CIOs Keep Their Attention on Staff Retention

Keep valued talent on staff by offering career mobility, a clear view of opportunities and a sense of purpose

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