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August 15, 2014  7:58 PM

Two-speed IT at Gartner Catalyst, and which CDO role will prevail?

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
Agile, Big Data, Chief Data Officer, Chief Digital Officer, CIO, CIO Decisions, CISO, Compliance, cybersecurity, Data Mining, Data privacy, Digital strategy, E-discovery, Gartner, Hybrid cloud, Mobile Application Development, NSA, Target data breach, Two-speed IT, Vendor management, Waterfall development

John Deere's director of enterprise architecture Mano Mannoochahr kicked off the big data discussion at this week's Gartner Catalyst Conference in San Diego, and his keynote sparked some discussion on the benefits of both waterfall and agile. Read Senior News Writer Nicole Laskowski's take on how...

August 8, 2014  7:42 PM

Big data architecture dilemma; Russian hackers’ theft as CIO advantage

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#GRCchat, Agile methodology, AT&T, Automation, Big Data, Big data architecture, CIO, Compliance, Data breach, Data privacy, data security breach, Governance Risk and Compliance, Hackers, Paypal, Security compliance

Tesla's decision to build an ERP system from scratch rather than upgrade its SAP software has IT circles abuzz. It highlights a longstanding quandary for CIOs as they architect for big data: To build or to buy? In part one of senior news writer Nicole Laskowski's two-part series, get expert advice...


June 27, 2014  4:48 PM

The dawn of the chief marketing technologist; cloud ERP to the rescue

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
Big Data, C-level, CIO, Cloud Computing, cloud computing adoption, Cloud ERP, Consumer strategy, Customers, Data Analytics, Data brokering, Data privacy, Data Science, Data scientist, Disaster Recovery, Disaster recovery and business continuity, Enterprise Resource Planning, Governance, Internet of Things, IT governanace, Marketing, Mobile data management, Mobility, SaaS, social networking tools, Transparency

Marketing and brand awareness today sure aren't what they looked like in the age of Mad Men, associate editor Emily McLaughlin writes in this week's Searchlight. Marketing to today's digital consumers requires the bridging of marketing and IT, resulting in the

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