CIO Symmetry:

May, 2010

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May 27, 2010  8:51 PM

Is the new CIO role of today cultivating CEOs of the future?

Kristen Caretta Kristen Caretta Profile: Kristen Caretta

The CIO role is changing -- there's no doubt about that -- but the question remains: What does the new CIO role comprise? During her keynote presentation at the Forrester IT Forum in Las Vegas this week, Ursula Burns, CEO of Xerox, said the

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May 20, 2010  9:42 PM

USB memory sticks spark concern — but still prove hard to pass up

Kristen Caretta Kristen Caretta Profile: Kristen Caretta

"Is this safe?" seemed to be the first question out of everyone's mouth when a colleague of mine was handing out USB memory sticks at the recent MIT Sloan CIO Symposium. The tiny memory sticks did not contain malicious material -- only tips and information on

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May 18, 2010  8:04 PM

Why using Microsoft Excel in SMB IT makes sense

Kristen Caretta Kristen Caretta Profile: Kristen Caretta

It's no surprise that many organizations are using Microsoft Excel. Evolving from more than just a simple spreadsheet application, Excel is used for everything from simple project management to

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May 13, 2010  8:01 PM

A hidden benefit of cloud computing disaster recovery

Christina Torode Christina Torode Profile: Christina Torode

Maybe this is obvious to others, but it wasn’t to me when I was talking to a systems integrator about its new cloud computing disaster recovery service. Although cloud computing is not exactly being embraced by all for disaster recovery, due to incomplete SLAs -- and the possibility of the...


May 11, 2010  7:46 PM

Is Square the midmarket mobile payment solution?

Kristen Caretta Kristen Caretta Profile: Kristen Caretta
CIO

The Square credit card swiper and mobile application could help small to midsized companies seal the deal for sales made while on the...


May 4, 2010  7:28 PM

Cross-browser compatibility empowers users, business

Kristen Caretta Kristen Caretta Profile: Kristen Caretta

Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) market share has gone down again. The once-king of Web browsers now accounts for less than 60% of the market, and users are opting for

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