CIO Magazine: September 1, 2014


CIOs Share Their Secrets to Project Success

How to balance traditional and unconventional approaches to keep IT projects on track and deliver on their promises.

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5 Things CIOs Should Know About Digital Signage

Here are five things you need to know about digital signs, which will soon feature bandwidth-hogging video files that need to be linked to back-end systems and consumer smartphones.

IT and Marketing Mix Well for Beverage Maker

The CIO at Brown-Forman, a wine and sprits maker, says that IT and marketing find they have lots to learn from each other. 


Nasdaq Mobile App Makes the Investor Road Show Smoother

On-the-go investor relations professionals get a more informative mobile app so they’re better prepared for meetings with investors.

Calling a Truce in CIO-CMO Budget Battles

Although tech spending power is expanding for CMOs, CIO magazine’s publisher, Adam Dennison, sees the major influence over IT budgets staying in the hands of CIOs.

CIOs: Expand Your Skills With M&A

Having CIOs involved the M&A process helps them gain business skills and helps the business identify a deal's risks and rewards, says CIO magazine Editor in Chief Maryfran Johnson.

IT Gets a Bigger Role in the Conventions Business

Wherever people convene, IT is essential, says James E. Rooney, executive director at the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority.

Table of Contents for the Sept. 1, 2014, Issue of CIO Magazine

Cover Story In the Heat of the Deal Start Section M&A Stretch Goals Pendulum Swings Grow Section Put a Park in Your Pocket The C in CIO Isn’t for Celebrity The Road Show Made Smoother CIOs, CMOs Squabble...

SAP's Simplicity Push Is Not So Simple

SAP’s challenge is to make good on its promise to reduce the complexity of its software and customer relations.

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