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?



Posted by: Kristen Caretta
CIO, CIO Jobs

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

May 20, 2010  9:42 PM

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



Posted by: Kristen Caretta
Midmarket CIO, Risk management, SMB security, Strategy for CIOs

"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


May 18, 2010  8:04 PM

Why using Microsoft Excel in SMB IT makes sense



Posted by: Kristen Caretta
Business Intelligence, Microsoft, Midmarket CIO, Project Management

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


May 13, 2010  8:01 PM

A hidden benefit of cloud computing disaster recovery



Posted by: Christina Torode
CIO, cloud computing, disaster recovery

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?



Posted by: Kristen Caretta
Midmarket CIO, Mobile, SMB security

The Square credit card swiper and mobile application could help small to midsized companies seal the deal for sales made while on the go. But it's up to IT managers and CIOs to balance the ease-of-use business benefits with any security concerns.

Companies...


May 4, 2010  7:28 PM

Cross-browser compatibility empowers users, business



Posted by: Kristen Caretta
CIO, Midmarket CIO, SaaS

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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