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September 14, 2012  4:56 PM

Gamification proves powerful weapon against security lesson boredom



Posted by: Karen Goulart
Apple, Big Data, big data analytics, CIO, CIO weekly wrap-up, data analytics, data loss prevention, Data privacy, Facebook, innovation, iPhones, IT fun, Security, smartphones, Social media, social media and networking

Not all aspects of dealing with technology are fun. But sometimes technology itself can pep things up. This week, the SearchCIO.com Searchlight shines upon a few examples of the innovative thinking that keeps IT fresh. For example, did you know that refreshing your security policy knowledge...

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 24, 2012  8:19 PM

The art of tech innovation draws from youthful creativity



Posted by: Karen Goulart
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It's back to school time and, if you're picking up some crayons for the kiddies, maybe grab one of those 64-count Crayola boxes for yourself. In this week's SearchCIO.com Searchlight, graffiti artist Erik Wahl explains why a sniff of your old waxy friends can calm you down and lift up your creative...


August 4, 2012  4:44 PM

CIO lights up Olympics with green tech innovation



Posted by: Karen Goulart
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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...


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 29, 2012  9:54 PM

A revolutionary idea to promote women in computer science



Posted by: Karen Goulart
big data analytics, CIO, CIO weekly wrap-up, innovation, Security

Who went and put a holiday in the middle of the week? Well, if you're not getting a long weekend out of it, at least the Fourth will break up your week -- goodness knows summer weeks are always longer when you're not the person in your office on vacation. Whatever your holiday plans, you can use...


June 16, 2012  1:44 PM

What the Queen of Soul can teach about social CRM



Posted by: Karen Goulart
Big Data, CIO, Cloud computing, data analytics, data centers, Google, innovation

It's Father's Day weekend and what does this week's roundup have for all the dads? Potpourri! Yeah, we know, that sounds even worse than another tie. But we mean it more like the Jeopardy! category -- a blend of disparate pieces of information that are simply interesting to know (and are...


May 31, 2012  9:22 PM

The talent to fill soft skills gap may be closer than you think



Posted by: Karen Goulart
CIO, CIO leadership, cost-savings, innovation, IT hiring, IT innovation, IT skills, project management, skills gap, soft skills

Did you know there may be unicorns in your IT organization? Let me explain. Earlier this week, I wrote a piece about how IT leaders are looking to fill soft skills...

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