I get much of my material from daily Google alerts using the search term "CIO." And the headlines reflect that life is anything but normal for CIOs. The top four headlines in today's Google alert is a good example:
I think most if all CIOs have ruled out technology for technology's sake although I suppose such initiatives are being launched every day. We would be unlikely to know since enterprises don't exactly advertise their IT failures. In age of tight dollars and using only what is demanded, it's hard to imagine millions being poured into IT projects.
The emphasis these days seems to be more focused on business projects which, most often, have an IT element.
I don't know as many on the list as I know, which means I will meet new CIOs. Also, the average number of Twitter followers per CIO (2,000+ versus 300+) is much higher than on previous lists we've mentioned at the Enterprise CIO Forum. This is the best list I have seen so far....
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Introducing and implementing an enterprise BYOD policy requires a thorough examination of several different factors, from allowed devices to supported user conveniences. Even with more mobile devices in the workplace, printed materials are still used across the enterprise, with an increasing number of these pages originating from mobile devices. According to IDC*, the “total U.S.
Take a look at about any office and there’s no question that that the number of mobile devices and cloud services used by employees have multiplied in recent years. The rapid expansion in the use of mobile devices is both a productivity boon and a complexity challenge --- especially when some products or services don’t work well with others.