In this series, we look at the responses to our IT Priorities survey to find out just what business professionals around the world -- and in specific regions -- see to be their most important IT issues. These articles drill down into the wealth of data we've collected to bring you new insights around what your peers are thinking and doing. Stay tuned for more coverage.
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Singapore Pools' Marilyn Ling opens up about the challenges she faced moving to a marketing role after over two decades in the IT backroom.
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Think you're having trouble managing your work priorities with your personal life? It's not just you.
Executive advisers say the time is ripe for IT needs to get more deeply involved -- not less -- in users' day-to-day computing activities.
Private or public cloud? A new report suggests IT decision makers are determined to obtain the best of both worlds.
Sage advice on designing an app store - just as compelling as Apple App Store or Google Play - for customers and employees.
The movement to cloud is refocusing IT on business differentiation -- while laying bare processes and technologies that really aren't essential to the core business.
Agile and scrum — which encourage team-based partnerships between developers and end users — don't work well within large or complex environments, an expert has warned.
Official support for external Ethernet adapters for Surface RT tablets is coming, according to sources close to the company.
If your data goes down, who's responsible? Not the cloud provider. But there are ways to strengthen an enterprise's negotiating position
In next-generation integration, it shouldn't matter where applications and data come from, a new Forrester report states.
Big-data success for major supermarket chain meant building a scalable analytics platform – and a team of ‘rock stars’ to keep it running and business-relevant.
Mix of cloud, mobile, big data, social collaboration will be hallmark of future IT success, says Gartner analyst at Catalyst Conference
Although many companies today are struggling to apply social media to the way they operate, a successful new crop of 'collaborative economy' startups seems to show that traditional business will be fundamentally transformed instead.
A two-year workforce survey is driving a democratic redefinition of KPMG’s culture on the back of an 82% staff participation rate and social-media analysis that’s challenging traditional notions of management control.