A stellar CIO is only as good as his direct reports. To build a leadership team of that creates breakthroughs in its industry, leadership and agility expert Joseph Flahiff argues that CIOs need to build a supportive culture in which senior IT feels confident experimenting with new ideas.
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.
The journey to digital transformation isn't easy, but it won't even get off the ground without collaboration between IT and the business. In the latest Data Mill, Senior News Writer Nicole Laskowski reports from the CDO Summit on
Is there a correlation between how much small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) use mobile applications for work and their productivity or business growth?
IDC surveyed 744 U.S. SMBs (the number of respondents was split evenly between the two groups that make up that sector) to get to...
What's the state of C-level relationships within your company? IT experts from Organic Valley and IBM explain how strong C-level bonds -- especially that of the CIO-CMO -- are...
It was announced this week that software company Informatica Corp. is going private. Is this a good move? Laskowski details the potential benefits and drawbacks of the decision,...
Big data requires a big, effective data processing engine. According to Databricks, their new open source data processing engine, Apache Spark, is in a league of its own. In this week's Data Mill, senior news writer Nicole Laskowski
The benefits of IoT are just as well known as the risks that come with it. And, as happens with most new tech trends, CIOs are wary of jumping in at first,
CFOs have long played a key role in making IT investments, and in recent years this influence has not only been maintained, but is growing, according to
Graph analytics is not new, but it's taken on a new life in the enterprise—partly due to better, faster and cheaper technology. Senior News Writer Nicole Laskowski explores the trend and lays out how