CIO Symmetry:

March, 2012

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March 30, 2012  2:02 PM

What CIOs can learn from the Swiffer innovation inspiration

Wendy Schuchart Wendy Schuchart Profile: Wendy Schuchart

The funny thing about innovation inspiration is that it sometimes needs to be teased out by your team. Take the Swiffer, for instance. At one time, Swiffer's parent company,

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March 27, 2012  4:51 PM

What’s the right data for your analytics project?

Scot Petersen Scot Petersen Profile: Scot Petersen

Like the zombies of "The Walking Dead," data growth is threatening to overrun us. Managers worry about the right data that can be captured and used effectively, but what about the right data that is missed? That data...


March 22, 2012  2:49 PM

Midmarket CIOs drive innovation through excellent leadership

Wendy Schuchart Wendy Schuchart Profile: Wendy Schuchart

There have been a lot of exciting things afoot at SearchCIO-Midmarket.com recently. We're dedicated to engaging midmarket CIOs on a one-on-one level, and finding out what amazing things you're doing to innovate and drive your companies through excellent leadership in IT. This...


March 20, 2012  3:34 PM

Renewable energy sources scarce, but there’s plenty of energy to save

Scot Petersen Scot Petersen Profile: Scot Petersen

This wasn't a new story, but it was to me. So, I was a little disappointed to read about the dangers of wind power. Dangers? From a clean, renewable energy source? Yes,...


March 19, 2012  11:42 AM

The new iPad release: A win or a wash?

Wendy Schuchart Wendy Schuchart Profile: Wendy Schuchart

Each week, we cover all the best blogs and give an executive summary for busy CIOs. Things were shaking in the world of IT last week, with the breaking news that there's a risk of data privacy on Skype and the very revealing study that women are considered better leaders than men. And let us not...


March 16, 2012  1:47 PM

The bad example set by the Britannica online edition

Wendy Schuchart Wendy Schuchart Profile: Wendy Schuchart

This week, the Encyclopaedia Britannica announced that its most recent print run would be its last, ending a 244-year run of printing out giant tomes. The $1,395 print-bound sets were swooped up by...


March 13, 2012  7:53 PM

Big data meets automated content development

Scot Petersen Scot Petersen Profile: Scot Petersen

I was thinking about automated content development before it was possible. Now it's a reality. My first job in journalism was to take calls on Friday nights from high school football coaches, who would relay the stats and a few details about the game. A bunch of other college interns and I would...


March 7, 2012  4:30 PM

Could tablets replace laptops at your company?

Scot Petersen Sarah Blanchette Profile: Sarah Blanchette

With Apple's launch of its new iPad, the world is buzzing with tablet hype. Apple's newest device, which will be available March 16, might have you wondering whether you should do away with laptops altogether and issue these shiny new tablets...


March 6, 2012  5:07 PM

Big data in context is how real understanding begins

Scot Petersen Scot Petersen Profile: Scot Petersen

Big data, big picture, big salad. It really doesn't matter, according to

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March 5, 2012  7:54 PM

Will the Apple iPad 3 release date ever get here? Do you care?

Wendy Schuchart Wendy Schuchart Profile: Wendy Schuchart

We've tracked down the hottest blog posts and the best tech news that's fit for consumption. This week, we're narrowing in on the Apple iPad 3 release date, the problem with the original iPhone on the new AT&T networks, the latest work of the hacker group Anonymous and the philosophical...


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