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March 28, 2014  12:28 AM

CIOs: It’s time to prepare for bring your own smart machine



Posted by: Nicole Laskowski
CIOs

According to Gartner Inc. analyst Tom Austin, there are three classes of smart machines: The doers, the movers and the sage. It's that last category CIOs...

September 4, 2013  5:00 PM

Zipcar puts a face on hybrid IT



Posted by: Nicole Laskowski
CIO, CIO leadership, CIO role, CIOs, CMO, Leadership and strategic planning, Social media

IT+Product +Marketing. That's the formula behind car-sharing pioneer Zipcar's mission to deliver personalized service to its more than 800,000 members, said  Brian Harrington, chief marketing officer (CMO).


October 26, 2012  6:25 PM

Time to scare up a mobility strategy



Posted by: Karen Goulart
Big Data, big data analytics, BPM, business process management, CIO, CIOs, mobile device management, mobile devices, mobility

If you're an East Coast dweller, Halloween probably isn't the scariest thing headed your way next week. (Which reminds us, CIOs, is your DR/BC plan "Billion-dollar storm" proof?) But we at SearchCIO.com Searchlight decided an All Hallows Eve themed roundup would be better received than one based on...


October 5, 2012  3:23 PM

Every little byte helps – teaching tech matters



Posted by: Karen Goulart
Big Data, CIO, CIo job, CIO leadership, CIO role, CIO weekly wrap-up, CIOs, IT careers, IT leadership, IT outsourcing, IT training, Microsoft

What if you had skills so powerful they could change the course of the U.S. economy? You'd try to pass that awesomeness along, right? Well, great news SearchCIO.com Searchlight readers -- you happen to possess such skills! As you'll see when you go to this week's roundup, volunteer IT...


September 28, 2012  6:04 PM

Data center energy questions spark heated debate



Posted by: Karen Goulart
Apple, Application development, Big Data, CIOs, cloud computing management

Ladies and gentlemen! Are you ready to rumble?! It's time for Data Center Energy Use Smackdown 2012! OK, so things have been a little more dignified than that, but the start of  The New York Times' series "


September 21, 2012  5:25 PM

Big demand for big data analytics pros



Posted by: Karen Goulart
Big Data, big data analytics, CIO, CIO careers, CIo job, CIO role, CIO skills, CIOs, data analytics, Facebook, IT leadership, IT skills

In this week's SearchCIO.com Searchlight we have  a bevvy, a big ol' bonanza -- ok -- a bunch of interesting bits you may have missed in your own web travels.  Read about why being brainy is beautiful when it comes to big data analytics; learn about a media project that puts the "big" in...


August 4, 2012  4:44 PM

CIO lights up Olympics with green tech innovation



Posted by: Karen Goulart
CIO, CIO careers, CIo job, CIO job; CIO leadership; CIO careers, CIO leadership, CIO role, CIOs, customized technology, cybercrime, data breach, Green IT, innovation, IT risk, IT security, IT skills, IT staffing, layoffs, risk management, risks, Security, security concerns, social collaboration, Social media, social media platforms, software, Staffing, Tech layoffs, technology staffing, the future of IT

Every four years, it's the same thing. We sit and watch the summer Olympics in awe of human physical potential and our minds begin to wander. What if we'd kept up those swimming lessons? If only we didn't dump track for the school newspaper. Then we come back to reality, pop open another soda and...


July 27, 2012  7:53 PM

Olympic-size woes and the dark side of tech innovation



Posted by: Karen Goulart
Big Data, big data analytics, CIO job; CIO leadership; CIO careers, CIO leadership, CIOs, cybercrime, data analytics, Data privacy, endpoint security, Facebook, innovation, IT fun

Can you believe what a disappointment these games are turning out to be? Oh, we're not talking about the Olympics. We're referring of course to Zynga's recent woes. Yes, in life, as in the Olympics, there are winners and there are losers. In this week's roundup we catch up with a few former...


January 19, 2012  8:38 PM

CIOs: Should your next IT hire be a consumer advocate?



Posted by: Linda Tucci
CIOs, consumerization of IT, IT hiring

Should IT organizations hire consumer advocates? The idea came up at our company's annual editorial meeting during a panel discussion involving our own CIO, his senior director of IT operations and the chief information security officer (CISO) of the largest protected health information data...


November 11, 2011  3:10 PM

Keep it simple: Less is more when presenting real-time BI



Posted by: Linda Tucci
Business Intelligence, CIOs, people-centric design, real-time BI, user experience

"People always ask for more than they can use, and more than they need. Less is more."

Thanksgiving is around the corner, so today's brief missive is devoted to the eyes-are-bigger-than-the-stomach syndrome -- in this case with regard to real-time


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