CIO Symmetry:

December, 2013

December 23, 2013  5:42 PM

CIOs offer uninitiated some advice on going to the cloud

Karen Goulart Karen Goulart Profile: Karen Goulart

As 2013 was coming to a close, SearchCIO took a look ahead to the new year and asked some CIOs and industry experts to weigh in on the shape of cloud strategies in 2014. It looks like...

December 20, 2013  6:01 PM

IT salary outlook, Bitcoin trends and cloud maturity

Emily McLaughlin Emily McLaughlin Profile: Emily McLaughlin

SearchCIO and its sister sites certainly didn't slow down during the holiday season. Across all three sites -- SearchCIO, SearchCIO-Midmarket and SearchCompliance -- we've been turning out year-end content to prep IT leaders for 2014, our major focus being our annual IT Salary and Careers...

December 16, 2013  9:41 PM

Boston technology planning and strategy for a new mayor administration

Rachel Lebeaux Rachel Lebeaux Profile: Rachel Lebeaux

I was there as a resident, not as a technology editor, but as I settled into this past Saturday's town hall-style forum led by Boston Mayor-elect Marty...

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December 16, 2013  3:55 PM

What’s the value of Twitter and an Hour of Code?

Emily McLaughlin Emily McLaughlin Profile: Emily McLaughlin

Did your kids experience their Hour of Code last week? In Friday's CIO Searchlight column, Senior Features Writer Karen Goulart turned our attention to the timely Computer...

December 10, 2013  1:28 PM

Smart machines, smart process apps and smart CIOs

Emily McLaughlin Emily McLaughlin Profile: Emily McLaughlin

We'd like to think SearchCIO was sounding really intelligent last week with all of our "smart" talk. For starters: In Senior Features Writer Karen Goulart's weekly Searchlight roundup, which features top stories and blog posts from around the Web, she highlighted John Markoff's New York...

December 4, 2013  4:11 PM

Put down the handheld devices and ‘be brave in the new world’

Nicole Laskowski Nicole Laskowski Profile: Nicole Laskowski

The world is technology obsessed. So much so that Carl Hammerschlag, a Yale-trained psychiatrist who specializes in psychoneuroimmunology, or mind-body-spirit medicine, believes we're beginning to experience cultural attention deficit disorder. "As a culture, we're having trouble paying...

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