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Business Issues, Services

Reward or Punish? Motivating Employee Compliance with BYOD

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The prospect of implementing a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy has many businesses either eager to get started if they haven’t already, or fearful of the negative consequences that might arise. In theory, BYOD can lead to many desired benefits, like improved proficiency, more satisfied employees, and lower costs.

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Technology, Mobility

Best Practices in Enterprise Mobility Implementation

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Over the years, vendors offering mobile enterprise application platform and mobile application development platforms have ruled the market place and have in a way influenced the requirements of organizations. However, the landscapes have changed and these vendors no more dictate the market.

Now, companies are smartly choosing their vendors and are dictating the terms. 

Strategic Planning and Implementation 


CIO Leadership, Cloud

Four Critical Cloud Challenges Facing CIOs in 2014

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deisner

The role of the CIO is changing. According to a June 27 article from NextGov, federal agencies are coming to terms with the idea that greater CIO responsibilities must dovetail with increased authority and a broader perspective. To that end, Congress is debating a proposal that would see CIOs granted full budget control — and full responsibility for any IT investments.


Technology, Big Data, IT Performance

7 Bad Data Habits That Hamper Sales Operation Success

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Dpicco

It’s all too easy to fall into bad habits at the office: browsing social media, online shopping during business hours, or maybe even sneaking glimpses of World Cup matches when you should be finishing that critical report. But what about the habits we don’t even realize we’re repeating day in and day out? These commonplace behaviors can seriously damage your chances of success, especially if you’re a member of the sales team working with large amounts of customer and prospect data.

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Business Issues, IT Performance

Changing the CFO CIO conversation

The CIO's view

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HP Blogger
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How CFOs can change the conversation with their CIO?

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Business Issues, Big Data, Cloud

Emerging technology Twitter chat talks up Big Data, analytics

Wearables and IoT not so much, but....

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Community Manager
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jdodge

We had a very robust Twitter chat about which emerging technologies and which ones aren't. Such an open ended question always sparks debate, but the answers are pretty obvious - Big Data and then cloud and are most important while the value of wearables and Internet of Things are less well understood. There was almost no mention of mobile and we had at least four CIO types in the chat!

We also danced around the issue with many Tweets talking about what would make an emerging technology important - supporting the business strategy and end users, good governance and so forth.


Business Issues, CIO Leadership, Big Data, Cloud, Mobility

What is the digital enterprise: July 17th Twitter chat

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Community Manager
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jdodge

The media, analysts and some CIOs are obsessed with the digital enterprise. So what is it exactly?

That's our central question in the Twitter chat on July 17th from 2-3 p.m. EDT. The hashtag is #CIOchat 


CIO Leadership, Converged Infrastructure

Rethinking the business of IT—10 reasons you need to move to Converged Infrastructure now.

Meet the challenges of today and tomorrow through infrastructure convergence.

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Duncan Campbell

Recently I saw a news item that Amtrak, which accounts for most passenger rail service in the U.S., reported record ridership of 31.6 million passengers in 2013. They were really excited with their success. But a little digging uncovered the fact that in 1920 railroads in the U.S. carried 1.26 billion passengers. That’s a decline of 97% in 97 years.

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CIO Leadership, Big Data, Cloud, Mobility

The digital enterprise: what's in a myriad of names?

New and Third Platforms, the latest

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Community Manager
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What is a digital enterprise?

Quite simply, it is one whose IT foundation is based on cloud, Big Data/analytics, Mobile and social/collaboration - all in support of business goals. That is the digital enterprise and to get there you must pass through something called digital transformation. When you actually arrive is anyone's guess, but the CIO should know when he or she sees or feels it.

This is one of those posts that basically wrote itself as the result of an internal e-mail discussion. My nonsense detector was loudly going off.