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CIO Leadership, Cloud

When the CIO gets transformed, what’s left for you to do?

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myles.suer

As I mentioned in my last blog post, “One company’s management of IT financials in a Cloud era,” I attended this week the IT Financial Management Association Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona, and am blogging on two of the sessions. I’m hearing a lot that can really help both public and private IT executives, particularly around the financial management of cloud computing.

The next speaker I heard was from Georgia State University (GSU).

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Technology, IT Performance

Leading when you are not in control

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“Leadership is influence, nothing more, nothing less.”  -John C. Maxwell

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Business Issues, CIO Leadership, Applications

CIOs striking out on social media (as in fanning, a big K...missing the ball)

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Community Manager
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Social media, online marketing guru and former colleague of mine Paul Gillin wailed recently on CIOs who have not picked up the social media gauntlet. The post was aptly entitled "As business goes social, CIOs sit on sidelines." Indeed, socially-sidelined CIOs would seem to confirm our poll from a few weeks ago asking if CIOs are reserved or engaging.

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Technology, Cloud

Are there 5 top reasons CIOs should allow a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy?

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HP Blogger
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I was reading a post from one of the security experts at HP titled: Top 5 Enterprise Security Challenges with "Bring Your Own Device." When it comes to allowing employees to use their own devices at work, there are some real support, data control and security issues, but the blog post made me wonder: Are there 5 top reasons CIOs should encourage a “bring your own device” policy?

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Technology, Cloud

IT is like salad dressing, sometimes you need to shake it up

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HP Blogger
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The simple act of dressing a salad demands chefs bend the laws of chemistry. They have to coax two substances that barely get along, oil and vinegar, to blend harmoniously. The only way to get them to play nicely is to apply vigorous agitation, and even then the ingredients separate the minute external energy is removed.

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Technology, Cloud

What is the difference between CIO and CTO? You tell me!

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Community Manager
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jdodge
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Business Issues, Services

How IT can leverage “shift left” to show business value

Combine shift left with pay-per-use to lower IT costs and demonstrate ROI

Blog-post by,
Tony_Price

The “shift left” concept isn’t a new one for software testers, but it’s a fresh idea for most service management folks. The idea behind shift left is to simplify a solution by removing a single step, thus making the solution faster than it currently is. It certainly gets people’s attention — whenever I mention it, I’m invariably asked to give more detail about how it can be leveraged for a particular client’s customers.

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CIO Leadership, Technology, Applications, Cloud, Security

Looking for innovative, daring and successful cloud implementations

That's our #CIOchat topic, Thursday, 2-3 p.m. ET.

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Community Manager
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Our chat topic this week will explore innovative, daring and/or successful cloud implementations. It's time to talk about actual examples.

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