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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A lot of IT pros aspire to the office of CIO. What many don't understand is that the position requires a certain set of skills. Take this quiz to see if you've got the right background.
Trends like big data, cloud, and BYOD aren't just driving changes in enterprise technology — they're shaking up the traditional roles of IT and business leaders. See how these shifts are playing out for C-level execs.
The latest survey from Tech Pro Research shows a big discrepancy in the relevance that CIO's feel their role retains, versus what other IT staffers report.
The executive suite is taking a greater interest than ever in tech decision-making. Here's what you need to know about these characters.
The way companies buy, build and use technology is changing rapidly, which means the teams that build it and run it will need to change too.
Quarterly temperature check of more than 800 senior marketing executives reveals positive sentiment for marketing budgets, staffing, according to Forbes Insights and global ad agency gyro
The journey for that shiny box under the tree often starts with decisions made in the IT office.
Hearings over Deloitte's role in major IT disasters offer a fascinating glimpse inside the big money world of politics and technology.
Toll's head of finance says so far so good, but CFOs will call more cloud and SaaS procurement shots.
Build a good system with an advanced technology. Win praises for it. Use it for your business for many years. Fix only what breaks, even as the environment changes. Deny all criticisms. Good systems cannot go bad. Or can they?
One of the biggest challenges for entrepreneurs is how to build traction for their startup. This article takes a look at various aspects of doing so in the best possible way.
A new book by respected Gartner analyst, Tina Nunno, recommends controversial tactics for solving problems and getting ahead. Will her suggestions work or backfire on CIOs who try them?
As glamorous as it might be, working for a startup entails many challenges and going the extra mile. Among the factors to succeed include managing expectations, being an intrapreneur, and knowing when to stand up even against a client.
Prefacing he thinks Cook is "doing a very fine job," Icahn still has plenty of suggestions for Apple.
As of Sept. 30, deferred revenue was $46.5 million and the company signed 33 new deals in the third quarter.