CIO Symmetry:

June, 2015

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June 26, 2015  8:30 PM

Uber privacy policy spurs outcry; robotic automation set to displace knowledge workers

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
Automation, Consumer data, Data privacy, Privacy rights, SMB, Uber

Uber's new privacy policy, which allows the company to access user data even when its app is not in use, has privacy advocates and some consumers squirming, and many asking, "Who...

June 19, 2015  8:05 PM

Fine on AT&T marks a win for net neutrality; why C-level engagements are important

Brian Holak Brian Holak Profile: Brian Holak
CIO

AT&T got slapped with a $100 million fine from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) after the mobile operator knowingly deceived its customers about its unlimited mobile data plans. Many are calling the FCC’s decision a victory for net neutrality.


June 16, 2015  7:37 PM

Could social media be the cure for better communication in medicine?

Nicole Laskowski Nicole Laskowski Profile: Nicole Laskowski

Richard Singerman, co-founder and chief innovation officer at TrustNetMD, is trying to solve a simple problem: How to improve communication in medicine. "Evidence-based medicine is only practiced by clinicians about 50% of the time," said Singerman,...


June 12, 2015  8:40 PM

Apple iOS 9 dives into deep linking; the rise of the chief IoT officer?

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
Apple iOS, BPO, CISO, Data privacy, Deep linking, GRC strategy, Internet of Things, iot

Many of Apple's revelations at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) -- a new streaming service, an updated Apple Maps and a revamped Siri -- were not, arguably, all that revelatory. There was one standout, however, as Assistant Site Editor Brian Holak discusses in this week's...


June 5, 2015  6:23 PM

Demand shaping in the digital age; Apple’s stance on consumer privacy

Brian Holak Brian Holak Profile: Brian Holak
Mobile, privacy, Project management, Wireless network management

In the digital era, top-notch IT management is essential to business success. But how do IT and business teams bridge the divide? Experts at the recent MIT Sloan CIO Symposium explain why CIOs should forget about managing IT demand and


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