Posted by: Karen Goulart
CIO, data management, security concerns, Social media, Twitter
The Late Show Top 10, Billboard’s Hot 100 — everybody loves a good list. (Except, perhaps, those of the “to-do” variety.) To help satisfy that hankering for digestible order, this week’s roundup includes three lists, each offering tips on a different topic: data integration, social media tips for the novice Tweeter and the admittedly hyperbolic sounding, “6 Most Important Bits of Advice for CIOs.” We’ll let you be the judges on that last one. Drum roll, please.
- This top 10 list on best practices for data integration is pretty lacking in the joke department, and there’s no celebrity/politician reading it to you, but we bet Letterman never taught you a thing about data management discipline.
- We’re not sure these are the “6 most important bits of advice for CIOs,” but they do make a nice refresher checklist.
- A little bird told us you’re not so good with the Twitter. Before everyone else finds out and assigns you embarrassing hash tags, check out these four tips on becoming a 140-character-thought leader.
- Think all that Twitter and social media stuff is silly? Bayer’s MaterialScience CIO Kurt De Ruwe would beg to differ.
- And finally, an insightful take from the trenches on how the antivirus industry failed in the face of Flame and Stuxnet.