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Research shows that enterprise technology spending has grown far beyond IT. CIOs and IT must change or become increasingly marginalized.
CEO Satya Nadella has given Microsoft's employees their fiscal 2015 marching orders. The company's primary focus will be on productivity and platforms, not devices and services.
Digital business transformation is the latest buzzword. These stats demonstrate how to gain real business benefit from the trend.
Research explains how marketers and the CMO can become leaders in digital business transformation.
Disruption, collaboration, and the future of work are highlighted in GE's fourth annual survey -- a must read for business leaders.
IT professionals work in a field which is inherently susceptible to change. While bedrock concepts such as software development, administration of networks or operating systems and security...
Three top leaders discuss the evolving role of IT and the CIO. Learn about managing change from world-class experts.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella showed off a new Skype Translator demo in his latest public appearance. But he talked about a lot more than just the coming beta.
A conversation with C-level executives sheds light on what organizations must do to succeed in times of turbulence, rapid change, and shifting roles.
Microsoft Executive Vice President Scott Guthrie is putting his own stamp on his internal organization with a quick reorg.
The relationship between IT and the larger business organization is fraught with challenge and opportunity. Here are practical steps you can take drive value and gain recognition.
He has a new book that retells the story of David and Goliath...
The management concepts that have evolved as social media has transformed global communication are now resulting in meaningful changes in the enterprise.
Female CIOs are more likely to work with a chief digital officer but the number of female IT chiefs doesn't seem to be growing.
Rajeev Suri helped turnaround Nokia Solutions and Network and is picked to head up a leaner and more focused company sans its handset division. Now, he has to figure out how to battle giants like Huawei and Ericsson