Posted by: Rachel Lebeaux
CIO, CIO weekly wrap-up
Like many of you, I’m caught up in the passage of health care reform here in the U.S. If you’re interested in the health care system dovetails with your interest in technology, be sure to check out our new sister site, SearchHealthIT.com.
This piece on national cybersecurity by city fascinated me. Who would have thought Seattle would be the riskiest city for online transactions? I can’t say I’m happy to see Boston (my hometown) at number 2 on the list. And while Detroit has been very hard hit in this recession, at least it’s one of the safest cities in these national cybersecurity rankings.
For those interested in both basketball and technology (myself included), I really enjoyed this article on potential high-tech innovations in the NBA. Think LeBron James crossed with “Avatar.” Now, can I get some reliable basketball technology to fix up my NCAA bracket? Because it’s a mess…thanks a lot, Kansas.
What else are you reading? Send me a link. And if you’re looking for something to read, why not head over to our most recent stories from SearchCIO.com?
Innovation strategies: IT transformation is on track at Amtrak — Amtrak’s CIO talks about his approach to large- and small-scale business and IT transformation.
Building IT business value, one word at a time — How did Northwestern Mutual’s CIO change his IT department from an unappreciated service provider to a business asset? By making his staff speak the language of IT business value.
CIO drives IT business value with new perspective on processes — How can CIOs help their companies get a return on IT investments? By putting new processes and frameworks in place aimed at driving IT business value.