Posted by: Rachel Lebeaux
CIO, CIO weekly wrap-up
After an excellent long weekend in San Francisco (I felt right at home in my techie tendencies), I’m back in Boston and catching up on the latest IT news, as well as the latest pieces from SearchCIO.com.
It’s been confirmed: AT&T will retain iPhone rights until 2012. Does AT&T iPhone exclusivity have any impact your business mobile communications strategy? Meanwhile, Twitter is launching a “Twitter Business Center.” Will this cause you to give Twitter in business another look?
Business intelligence data gets a Web service treatment — Retailers and insurers are proving the worth of business intelligence data by creating new service offerings for their customers.
Microsoft CIO Tony Scott predicts big changes ahead for CIO role — Microsoft CIO Tony Scott predicts 2010 will usher in big changes for CIOs, starting with “unprecedented demand” for IT and the expansion of the CIO role to business operations.
Five top concerns about cloud service providers — Cloud service providers are being asked by IT execs to lay bare their security, data integration, compliance and performance capabilities — and to have an exit strategy.
IT vendor management strategy guide for enterprise CIOs — Enterprise CIOs are looking to codify their IT vendor management strategies as vendors provide opportunities for cutting costs and increasing efficiency. Learn more in this guide.