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December 16, 2013  3:55 PM

What’s the value of Twitter and an Hour of Code?



Posted by: Emily McLaughlin
BI, big data, Bring your own device, Business performance management, BYOD, Chief information officer, CIO and IT salaries, CIO careers, CIO Careers and Staffing, cloud services, data analytics, data centers, data privacy, IT governance, IT spending and budgeting, IT/business alignment, Twitter

Did your kids experience their Hour of Code last week? In Friday's CIO Searchlight column, Senior Features Writer Karen Goulart turned our attention to the timely Computer...

October 8, 2013  4:54 PM

Data crunching without context is dangerous (just look at the sacrifice hit)



Posted by: Nicole Laskowski
BI, CIO, data analytics

The movie Moneyball turned statisticians into superheroes, but the baseball...


August 20, 2013  6:49 PM

Small business trends: mPOS driven by consumerism



Posted by: Emily McLaughlin
Android, BI, Bring your own device, Business, Business performance management, Business process, business process management, business services management, BYOD, CIO, integration, Internet, iPad, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPhone, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone business apps, Leadership, Leadership and Strategy, midmarket businesses, Midmarket CIO, Mobile, mobile applications, mobile development, mobile devices, mobile technology, mobile tools, mobile workforce, mobility, smartphone features, smartphones, Strategy for CIOs

Want to know how mobility is influencing small business trends with regard to customer payments? The answer is at your fingertips -- literally. Arriving in email inboxes last week was an announcement from PayPal: "Your mobile card reader is Here." PayPal's new mobile card reader, PayPal Here,...


May 8, 2012  7:37 PM

Technology for competitive advantage is CIOs’ new Job One



Posted by: Scot Petersen
BI, big data, Business Intelligence, CIO Jobs, cloud computing, cloud computing strategy, Midmarket CIO, Outsourcing, outsourcing services, Strategy for CIOs

Competitive advantage is not that new a business term -- it was popularized by Harvard Business School professor Michael Porter in the 1980s -- but it has never been more important as a...


December 16, 2011  4:57 AM

Can you trust your KPI scorecard?



Posted by: Wendy Schuchart
BI, big data, kpis, metrics, Outsourcing, Vendor selection and management

Mark Twain is attributed with the saying, "There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies and statistics." Any CIO faced with a meaningless key performance indicator (KPI) scorecard and 


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