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Research demonstrates it's time for the Chief Financial Officer to reconsider historic models of value, investment, and return.
Digital business transformation is the latest buzzword. These stats demonstrate how to gain real business benefit from the trend.
One analyst has been arguing that Workday and NetSuite are on a collision course in enterprise resource management software. The dogfight would occur over financials.
Relationships between IT and lines of business are fraught with difficulty. To survive, smart IT executives will follow the practical suggestions described in this article.
As the management of information assets become more important, chief data officers (CDOs) are beginning to emerge. Together with chief technology officers (CTOs), the CDOs may render the role of the CIO redundant, according to Gartner analyst Douglas Laney.
Pi is a software application that replicates the work performed by I.T. computer systems analysts, management consultants, consultants...
Big data will create 4.4 million new IT jobs within three years, Gartner has predicted. Find out which job titles will soon be in short supply.
Platform-as-a-service is one of the least mature areas of the cloud market, but it's a hugely important one – and one that's attracting the attention of the largest IT companies.
HDFC Bank Investor Relations is now available on an iPad. This App provides variety of information on Bank's financial performance:-...
Gartner analyst Jackie Fenn named 3D printers as one of the emerging trends that could impact society, technology and management.
Shrewd acquisitions and partner collaborations in social media and mobile arenas help software-as-a-service vendor advance vision laid out during Dreamforce 2010, analysts note.
Second quarter's average M&A deal value of US$194 million is highest registered since first quarter of 2000 as global tech industry rides high on cloud computing, mobility and Internet, new report reveals.
U.S. government plan to avert debt crisis will slow IT investments and impact Asia-Pacific ICT players, but serves as chance for them to reassess business strategies, say observers.
Google CEO Larry Page allayed analyst worries about the company by changing the conversation from spending to new product launches while promising "tight financial management."
One of the best ways to tell if a green IT services firm really has what it takes to handle your company's carbon and energy management strategy is to look at what that company is doing internally to manage its own corporate sustainability metrics. That's the spirit of a new report from independent analyst firm Verdantix, which has just released a Carbon Strategy Benchmark that looks at the strategies of 14 different enterprise technology services firms.
In a prosumer world, sourcing and vendor management must now "infuse" its discipline into the entire organization, according to Forrester analyst Stephanie Moore.
Companies in region opt for infrastructure and facility transformations to better utilize IT but have neglected to innovate on information management, says analyst.
More sophisticated threats, management overheads, and regularity compliance will spur double-digit growth for industry in region, analyst firm notes.
Analyst firm Gartner yesterday questioned whether Victoria's Labor party had properly analysed what management tools and supporting infrastructure it will need if it wins the upcoming state election and is required to deliver on its promise to roll out Apple iPads to every public hospital doctor statewide.
Businesses in emerging markets such as China and Brazil utilize supply chain management more effectively to improve business processes and revenues compared to their counterparts in matured markets, analyst says.
Number of Facebook users in country soars by massive 179 percent within one year, making it top social networking site in July, new report finds.
In their approach to digital rights management, games publishers can learn from music industry and allow users to pay to access, rather than own, content, suggests analyst.