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November 2, 2012  2:45 PM

Agile technology a beacon in Hurricane Sandy



Posted by: Karen Goulart
agile methodologies, agile practices, agile technologies, agility, Yahoo

It's easy to feel a little jaded about the prevalence of technology these days. The capacity for constant connection means we're never really alone. Sometimes it's too much, but then something like Hurricane Sandy happens and it seems just right. Technology in general and social media specifically...

May 25, 2012  2:30 PM

The revolution is here, but is the CIO’s role about cleaning up the mess?



Posted by: Linda Tucci
agility, CIO, CIO role, Cloud computing, consumerization of IT, customer crowdsourcing, MIT Sloan CIO Symposium, voice of the customer

What would the CIO role be without all the hand-wringing over whether it will survive another minute? This week was the annual MIT Sloan CIO Symposium, "Piloting the Untethered Enterprise," a one-day conference so crammed with provocation, bon mots, covert deal...


June 7, 2011  8:59 PM

Agile business intelligence is still a work in progress for most CIOs



Posted by: Linda Tucci
agility, BI, in-memory analytics

Petabyte data warehouse? Check! Scalable to thousands of users? Check! Every business intelligence (BI) feature imaginable? Check! Agile BI? "One thing we do not yet know how to do well is agility," Boris Evelson...


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