Articles about NextGen CIO
Chief information officers are fast becoming entrepreneurs, not administrators.
In the future, everything will be connected: people, process, data, and all of our things. And, more and more, we are seeing the mobile device taking center stage. StackMob's goal is to enable innovation in the mobile industry by unlocking information and connecting services.
Mobile banking boosts customer transaction levels, but its impersonality erodes relationships — and opens big-bank customers to poaching from smaller, nimbler opponents. ANZ CIO Anne Weatherston explains how one of the Asia-Pacific region's largest banks is fighting back.
The flexibility enabled by service oriented architecture has made it cheaper to experiment and fail with new project ideas — and that's great news for innovation.
Helping the business engage employees through technology experiences means IT leaders must not view their jobs as providing technology.
With the completion of the ZDNet and Charles Sturt University NextGen CIO course, six graduates have been selected to continue in the CIO MasterClass mentoring program.
What is keeping the CIO up at nights? Explosive data growth, the integration of new technologies (e.g., Big Data, Cloud, BYOD, etc.), or the acceleration of the disruption? Market fit, or new consumption patterns? Read on...
Backupify ensures that organizations can access and control their most critical cloud resident data, and prevents loss from external threats, user error, and service failure. I spoke to Rob May from Backupify's Cambridge, Massachusetts offices.
The first episode of CxO Talk presents a discussion with investor and author Guy Kawasaki on influence, social media, and modern day marketing.
A new video talk show has started broadcasting today to explore the role of marketing and IT in the enterprise. Come watch at 4:00pm Eastern Time.
SumAll offers an analytics dashboard for organizations struggling to get their arms around their social data.
A behind-the-scenes look at the business and technology of professional sports through the eyes of four CIOs.
Today's rapidly shifting marketplace is pushing business innovation and agility to new levels, while the rising primacy of digital engagement and all data related to it undergoes a tug of war between the CMO and CIO. How will businesses recalibrate these strategic roles for this new reality?
New research offers important lessons for chief financial officers when buying and implementing enterprise technology.
A workshop for CIOs yielded a set of real world lessons for IT, lines of business, and senior executives who want to create a high-performing organization based on technology.
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- 1 2013 ERP research: Compelling advice for the CFO
- 2 6 ways CIOs can be more like venture capitalists
- 3 HR for SMB: Innovative, cloud-based and 100 percent mobile
- 4 For Dell’s Quest Software, BYOD puts users first -- and with IT’s blessing
- 5 Survey: IT development, operations teams really do deliver when working together