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September 7, 2012  5:51 PM

A little healthy competition helps drive tech innovation



Posted by: Karen Goulart
Amazon, Apple, Application development, BYOD, CIO, Competitive advantage, innovation, iPads, IT leadership, Lean, mentor, mobile devices, Social media, social networking. Twitter, tablets, Twitter, women in IT

For some folks the start of the fall season brings thoughts of  leaf peeping and apple picking. But  at SearchCIO.com Searchlight we can't help but think of competition. A presidential election, NFL football, a new school year - it's all noses to grindstones in order to come out on top as...

August 31, 2012  1:52 PM

As summer ends, time to dust off the BYOD policy



Posted by: Karen Goulart
Apple, BYOD, CIO, data centers, social media platforms, Twitter

Labor Day - the most bittersweet of the long weekends. Of course an extended weekend is always a good thing, but it's always a little sad to hit the unofficial end of summer. Everyone is taking it easy and relaxing, all the while knowing things are about to get a little more rigorous. Hence we...


August 17, 2012  3:11 PM

Something to Tweet about: Social media skills help pay the bills



Posted by: Karen Goulart
BYOD, CIO, collaboration, consumerization of IT, IT careers, IT skills, Social media, Twitter, Yahoo

Mid-August is here, when the uptick in back injuries from lugging mini-fridges and long goodbye-hugs remind us it's college move-in time once again. And like so many wide-eyed, hot plate-toting freshmen, the weekly roundup is settling into new digs too - at SearchCIO.com Searchlight.  Click the...


July 13, 2012  9:04 PM

Scary-good tech innovations



Posted by: Karen Goulart
Apple, BYOD, CEO, CIO, collaboration, enterprise collaboration, Enterprise mobility, enterprise mobility; CIO, innovation, Microsoft, mobile applications, mobile device management, mobile devices, mobile IT, mobile strategy, mobility, smartphones, social collaboration, social media platforms, Virtualization

Why is it that Friday the 13th only seems scary when it falls in October? Didn't those unfortunate teens meet their demise at a summer camp? At any rate, in honor of this allegedly spooky/unlucky day, we've stocked up the roundup with scary-good tech innovations, a howling CEO and a reminder of...


July 7, 2012  3:18 AM

Pondering BPM applications and summer reading lists



Posted by: Karen Goulart
Amazon, Apple, BPM, BYOD, CIO, data centers, hardware, innovation, iPAD, iPhones, Microsoft, mobile devices, social BPM

Is this the official holiday weekend or was that last weekend? Mid-week holidays are so confusing. One thing we do know for sure is that summer is now in full swing. To celebrate, we've got a compendium of fun things to do outdoors. They include reading, daydreaming (about BPM...


June 7, 2012  6:52 PM

Access is necessary but not sufficient for mobile IT



Posted by: Linda Tucci
BYOD, CIO, Enterprise mobility, iPads, iPhones, mobile IT

We've been pretty diligent here at SearchCIO.com about covering the advent of mobile IT in the enterprise, particularly in the iPhone era. That's when consumer technology...


May 26, 2012  4:31 PM

Tell your CEO to get a social media life (s/he will thank you!)



Posted by: Karen Goulart
BYOD, CEO, CIO, data breach, Facebook, Security, Social media

At long last, we've successfully traversed the drudgeries of late winter and early spring and are poised to embrace those most rejuvenating unofficial first days of summer, otherwise known as Memorial Day weekend. Can you tell we've been looking forward to this? As you reflect and relax with...


July 29, 2011  2:04 PM

Is enterprise mobility at a tipping point? Let’s hope so



Posted by: Linda Tucci
BYOD, enterprise mobility; CIO

I did a profile this week on CIO Rick Roy's push to plot an enterprise mobility strategy for CUNA Mutual Group. I was impressed by a number of things: his data-driven...


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