Technology is such a vital competitive differentiator that all business execs, whether they are CIOs, CEOs, CFOs or CMOs, need to understand the essentials.
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Google has the leading digital platform in 2014, says Forrester, but Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Microsoft are all vying to be personal coaches and your assistant. Be wary CMOs.
With Facebook unifying its desktop and mobile experiences at the expense of design pyrotechnics it's possible that other companies will follow.
Although our use of paper in the office is declining a survey has revealed that 88 percent of finance professionals still see e-mail as the best form of business communication despite the rise of social media.
Even though it may be the wrong tool for the job, the years of development behind the relational database ensure its popularity — for the moment, says MongoDB's Max Schireson.
A new survey finds that most chief marketing officers now understand that if they want to have more influence and power within their organizations, they need to embrace big data to better understand their customers and foster stronger relationships with their CIOs.
The former Microsoft CEO has been handing out advice to would-be company founders at an address in Oxford today.
Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer will retire at the end of September to be replaced by vice president of finance Luca Maestri. Here's a look at the financials during Oppenheimer's tenure.
The third-party provider of maintenance and support services for SAP and Oracle business applications says its total net sales surged 40 percent in fiscal 2013 to more than $61 million, an all-time high.
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.
This month's roundup also includes a few positive spins that deserved to be lauded rather than lampooned.
Innovative Chief Information Officers can apply for a prestigious award at the MIT CIO Symposium, however, the deadline is approaching.
Not every company will go quiet when being hounded by Carl Icahn.
If CIOs are feeling under pressure from a barrage of new technologies from mobile through big data then it’s time to think like a venture capitalist and look for opportunities says the consultants Deloittes.
Target's data breach related expenses in the fourth quarter were $61 million, but $44 million was covered by insurance. The company said it doesn't have a read on costs going forward.
A top US Air Force leader offers advice on managing business transformation, people, and technology on a huge scale.