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jdodge
The top three things that keep CIOs awake at night are security breaches, downtime and talent acquisition in that order, according to a survey by Sungard Availa…
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terencengai
I recently spoke with the CIO of a major Asian manufacturer, who relayed a familiar tale of woe: his developers aren’t able to release applications quickly enou…
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Joel Shore  Good observation. The speed of business and necessaity to keep updating mobile apps and their supporting server-side pro… more »
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Our Twitter #CIOchat this week tackled wearable devices: fashion versus function? The consensus was it depends on the market, but that fashion is very important…
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Joel Shore  Technology is supposed to make my life easier, not harder. Having to recharge a smartwatch every night is ridiculous. An more »
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Only having a mobile app for your business is not sufficient. Its awareness among the users is the second most important task to get worth of your mobile app. T
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R. Brooks Borcherding
Pinned to the wall of my office is a printout of the Technology Adoption Curve, the bell curve made famous by Geoffrey Moore in his book “Crossing the Chasm,” f…
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jdodge
Yesterday's Twitter chat focused on the balancing act between mobile access and security. Most agree that mobile workers must be given acccess to perform their …
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Joel Shore  I find the comment "I really don’t see demand for BYOD w/phones much anymore. I see it more with iPads the last few year… more »
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A couple months ago, I reached out to a set of CIOs on the importance of good governance and security. All of them agreed that both were incredible important. H
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Joel Shore  It's not just the retailers who didn't want to implement chip-and-PIN credit card systems because of the cost. No one in… more »
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