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Jun 15 2009   4:39PM GMT

CIO weekly wrap-up: BI strategy, PPM software, compliance in the cloud

Rachel Lebeaux Rachel Lebeaux Profile: Rachel Lebeaux

This past week, SearchCIO.com looked at developing a business intelligence (BI) strategy, implementing project and portfolio management software, practicing innovation in a time of economic crisis, and addressing compliance requirements in cloud computing contracts. We also rolled out a brand new guide on BI and corporate performance management (CPM). Check out the stories below and let us know what you think!

Integrated business intelligence strategy spans app, BI developers – CIOs need to marry business application and BI development efforts to create a cohesive BI strategy, especially when adding analytical capabilities to enterprise applications.

PPM software helps university prioritize wide-ranging portfolios – Project and portfolio management (PPM) software helped the University of Utah centralize its IT initiatives, prioritize projects and establish useful portfolios. Learn how here.

James Champy: IT innovation in a time of economic crisis – IT innovation is critical in a time of economic crisis, says management guru James Champy. Find out how IT can enable the business to be successful and remain competitive in this video.

Addressing compliance requirements in cloud computing contracts – As CIOs look to cloud computing for data backup and storage, compliance requirements must be spelled out and met — or the data brought back down to earth.

BI services and solutions for enterprise CIOs – BI services and solutions and CPM software are growing quickly as effective means to gather and analyze data. Find out how to implement effective BI and CPM programs.

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