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CIO Leadership, Big Data

CIOs: Do you have a business oriented, strategic CFO?

Quick Post by Myles Suer, Mon, 12/29/2014 - 20:09
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Please join us on January 7th for a free Webinar on the the analytics and data needs of CFOs.


CIO Leadership, Cloud, Converged Infrastructure, Security

ECF's top ten blog posts for 2014

IT project management, converged infrastructure and security top the list.

Blog-post by John Dodge,
Community Manager
, Mon, 12/22/2014 - 18:42

Here's the most popular Enterprise CIO Forum blog posts as measured in page views for 2014. Note that one is from 2013 and another from 2012. However, they made the top ten list in page view popularity for 2014 (Jan. -Dec. 21 when this was being written).

To all our ECF members, we wish you a safe and happy holiday season. Here's the list:

1) Three mistakes that will get you fired

July 18, Terence Ngai, 82,928 page views

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CIO Leadership, Big Data

What is the role of the CIO in driving enterprise analytics?

Blog-post by Myles Suer, Mon, 12/22/2014 - 18:22

When you talk to CIOs today about their business priorities, the top of their list is better connecting what IT is doing to business strategy. Or put another way, it is about establishing business/IT alignment. One area where CIOs need to make sure there is better alignment is enterprise analytics. CIOs that I have talk to share openly that business users are demanding the ability to reach their apps and data anywhere and on any device.

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Technology, Mobility

10 Predictions for 2015 - Business Ready Real Life Enterprise Mobility Solutions

Blog-post by Chirag Shivalker, Mon, 12/22/2014 - 13:22

2014 again was one of those years dominated by enterprise solutions, read Enterprise Solution Providers, offering enhanced workforce collaboration and productivity - as they claim and have proved it time and over again. The reason why I am so confident about it is that emerging as well as legacy companies have successfully resolved, up to certain extent, workplace challenges all the way from email overloads to mobility - anything and everything.


Technology, Cloud

Cloud computing can help education

Blog-post by Rick Blaisdell, Mon, 12/22/2014 - 13:05
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Cloud computing is one of the most talked about solutions in the education industry. School IT managers and educators know first hand that technology changes have been constant, and the potential they create for young learners is tremendous. Yet there are still many teachers and educators that are unclear on what computing in the “cloud” really means.

How cloud computing helps schools


Business Issues, IT Performance

Request for participants Information Governance Critical Success Factors Doctoral Study

I am finishing my doctoral dissertation, and I need some assistance from the industry. I am looking for Director levels and above in IT or Information Governance.

Blog-post by Michael Smith, Sat, 12/20/2014 - 21:27
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The purpose of the qualitative phenomenological theory study is to discover critical success factors related to the implementation of an information governance within enterprise information management programs through interviews with senior IT leaders of Fortune 500 and publicly traded companies in the United States. 

The semi-structured interview is only 30-45 minutes.  I appreciate your support in advance for this important study.  I believe everyone on this site would benefit from the findings.


Technology, Cloud

Why lawyers need the cloud

Blog-post by Rick Blaisdell, Fri, 12/19/2014 - 13:40

Cloud computing is not just a cool technology for early adopters. It is now the digital backbone for individuals and businesses that demand highly secure, scalable, accessible and centrally managed data centers maintained by highly trained IT professionals.


CIO Leadership, IT Performance

It is all about the 'I' in CIO

'I' stands for innovation as much as information. Here's six ideas to make innovation happen.

Blog-post by Myles Suer, Thu, 12/18/2014 - 16:47

For most, the “I” in CIO stands for Information. But what about that other “I”, Innovation? For many IT organizations, 60-80% of IT spending continues to be tied up in keeping the IT lights on. But innovation matters more than ever to the business bottom line. According Geoffrey Moore, “without innovation, offerings become more and more like each other. They commoditize.” (“Dealing with Darwin”, Geoffrey Moore, page 1).

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Technology, Mobility

Mobile Enterprise in 2015

Our own Dan DiMassa took time to interview several notable mobile enterprise analyst about the what’s in store for 2015. It’s always great to hear the thoughts of industry experts: Mobile Enterprise in 2015

Blog-post by Daniel DiMassa, Wed, 12/17/2014 - 17:51

It’s been a great year at InnoviMobile. With many exciting projects behind us and more ahead we reflect on the changes in the mobile industry this year. We talk with our customers and peers about the technology and trends that will be important in 2015. Our own Dan DiMassa took time to interview several notable analyst about the what’s in store for 2015. It’s always great to hear the thoughts of industry experts:


CIO Leadership, IT Performance

CIO and CMO: an essential marriage yet to be made in heaven

"For many companies, digital today is almost exclusively about customer engagement."

Blog-post by John Dodge,
Community Manager
, Wed, 12/17/2014 - 17:35
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I just came across a PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP report that does a good job of articulating the importance of the CIO-CMO relationship. Hopefully, the quote from the report helps drive home the point.

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