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Lock-down is a term frequently associated with enterprise security. But 100% protection against breaches isn't likely or possible. Sometimes, too much security leads to a different type of threat ... lost revenue due to reduced agility. How do you determine the right tradeoffs to make? Perhaps, it is a combination of visibility, context and follow-through.
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The changes descending upon the office of the CIO and upon IT for that matter are going to be dramatic and permanent. This video with a truly transformational CIO talks about the different skills and requirements this new role will demand. 
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Supervalu is looking to IT to help drive a bet-the-business turnaround at this leading supermarket chain operator. This has put the company’s CIO smack in the middle of a major transformation effort, as this short but meaty video interview will show.
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Interview with Enterprise CIO Forum member, Kathleen Healy-Collier, Administrative Director-Clinical Systems, Technology and Operations at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital in Memphis, TN.Advances in mobility and consumerization of IT are enabling a new world of possibilities for patients seeking greater involvement in their own healthcare. But keeping private information safe and ensuring you have the right IT talent on board loom as well as challenges, as this short video with a leading healthcare IT manager shows.
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There’s no shortage of talk about exploiting social media to actually drive revenues and enable new business, but at SuperValu, that’s exactly what is happening. Tune into this insightful short video with the company’s CIO to see how they’re getting it done. 
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There’s a price to all that free stuff on the Internet. They make your end user device do very funky and annoying things.  Who said something to the effect “if it’s free, you are product.” That is an absolutely brilliant and spot on statement. FB is free because it delivers more or less, 850 million humanoids to advertisers. Google, the same. Freeware developers are selling you and me. 
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A new chapter is about to open in the tablet market, but will the challengers to Apple’s iPad be good enough? Competition to Apple’s iPad is inching up ever so anemically. Gartner, according to an Associated Press story earlier this week, says the iPad owned fully two thirds of the tablet market in 2011 and while it forecast that dominance to drop a few points in 2012, iPad unit sales will almost double to 73 million this year.
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Enterprise CIO Forum guest community manager, Paul Calento, discusses how risk averse management is not the same as leadership.Management is a series of predictable, some say methodical, decisions. But for the purposes of Enterprise CIO Forum, we champion leadership, even though management (good or bad) is far more typical. I’d argue that great leaders are defined by a series of big bets … big bets which carry at least a little bit of risk.
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Where do you go for consistently trusted information to help you do your job better? A recent survey from IDG reveals how these trusted sources are shifting over time, notes Enterprise CIO Forum editorial director Bill Laberis.
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Until now the worlds of physical security and IT security have been kept largely in separate domains. But solutions are coming on stream to enable a converged approach to physical and IT security, observes Enterprise CIO Forum editorial director Bill Laberis.
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There is little question that the role of the CIO is undergoing a significant transformation. This short video features a truly transformational CIO speaking about the kinds of skills that are most valuable for CIOs to enhance in the next few years.
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IT is undergoing a profound transformation from a role of a largely support organization to one capable of driving business change and new revenues. This transformational CIO explains the retooling of IT to accommodate massive business changes. DISH Network CIO Mike McClaskey with ECF content director Bill Laberis.
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Mobile? Tablet? Cloud? Virtualization? Big Data? Which of these emerging IT technologies and solutions will be the primary drivers of change in your organization in the near future? Listen to the surprising opinions of a prominent CIO in this video.
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A value added reseller claims the end of the desktop is in site for CIOs. Isn't this prediction about 5-10 years overdue, asks ECF community manager John Dodge.Follow me on Twitter.
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Any notion that large enterprises would go 100% cloud scares Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge.Follow me on Twitter.
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Not even the great American icon, the automobile, is safe from hackers and hacking, apparently. For organizations with fleets of vehicles, this is not good news, observes Enterprise CIO Forum editorial director Bill Laberis.
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Entering into a cloud relationship requires a lot of groundwork before you even start seriously shopping, according to Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge.Follow John Dodge on Twitter.
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ECF community manager John Dodge says there's little merit to the argument that the bring your own movement is bad.Follow John Dodge on Twitter.
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Does the IT department pay enough attention to the end users of the applications it develops? If not, there is trouble ahead, argues Enterprise CIO Forum editorial director Bill Laberis.
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General Motors is bringing IT back in-house to gain better control of spark more innovation. Is this a trend? Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge does not see that -- yet.Follow John Dodge on Twitter.
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Two posts speak to how CIOs can enhance shareholder value. ECF community manager John Dodge explains.Follow John Dodge on Twitter.
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Big Data is looming like another one of those tidal waves of change. But making it work in your organization will depend upon your ability to hire and retain a new breed of analytics experts. Where will they come from, asks Enterprise CIO Forum editorial director Bill Laberis.
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Some research firms are forecasting that the CMO may eventually have a bigger information technology budget than traditional IT. Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge explains why.Follow John Dodge on Twitter.
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A new Carnegie Mellon University report says boards of directors are doing a lousy job in mitigating security threats. John Dodge, Enterprise CIO Forum community manager, examines the report.Follow John Dodge on Twitter.
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Tired of IT being regarded as a cost center or just a provider of IT services? Listen to UPS CIO Dave Barnes, winner of the Transformational CIO Award, on what can be done for practical purposes to elevate the image of IT in the organization.
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Transformation is the 'reason for draining the swamp' -- what really matters about information technology. This video features United Parcel Sevice CIO Dave Barnes, a premier IT leader talking about what it takes to turn IT into a transformative power. Barnes is a Transformational CIO Award winner.
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Big Data is looming like another one of those tidal waves of change. But making it work in your organization will depend upon your ability to hire and retain a new breed of analytics experts. Where will they come from, asks Enterprise CIO Forum editorial director Bill Laberis.
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Big Data is looming like another one of those tidal waves of change. But making it work in your organization will depend upon your ability to hire and retain a new breed of analytics experts. Where will they come from, asks Enterprise CIO Forum editorial director Bill Laberis.
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Who's really transforming the enterprise? Well many have the word "collaboration" in their title. Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge explains.Follow me on Twitter.
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Virtualization? Cloud? Big Data? Mobility? Which of the emerging technologies will become the biggest drivers of IT and business transformation? Tune into this incisive video with UPS CIO Dave Barnes, winner of the Transformational CIO Award, to find out. Enterprise CIO Forum editorial director moderates.
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Computerworld's June 18 issue shines the light on what it takes ultimately attract and retain the best IT talent. Enterprise CIO Forum editorial director Bill Laberis interprets.
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Is there such a thing as too much information about us as individuals? Quite possibly, the answer is yes, according to ECF editorial director Bill Laberis.
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The near-term future of the CIO looks a lot different from today. Here are a few things you should be doing right now to get ready for some significant changes. ECF editorial director Bill Laberis interviews former Canadian Pacific Railroad CIO Heather Campbell, now president of BasicallyIT.
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Automation won't do it, not alone. Neither will cloud. Instead it will take a laser-like focus on simplification for CIOs and their staffs to finally extricate themselves from operational tasks and focus on what is strategic to the organization. ECF editorial director Bill Laberis interviews former Canadian Pacific Railroad CIO Heather Campbell, now president of Canadian consulting firm BasicallyIT.
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IT became this company's best friend as it sought to transform itself for competitive advantage by leveraging all the information it produced -- and its operations produced plenty, according to former Canadian Pacific Railroad CIO Heather Campbell. ECF editorial director Bill Laberis conducts the interview.
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Transformational CIO Heather Campbell, formerly of the Canadian Pacific Railroad, offers her take on the two most business-essential information technologies that will drive the IT world in the coming years. ECF editorial director Bill Laberis conducts the interview. 
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Retired CIO and ECF Council member Joel Dobbs advises frustrated marketing execs to cut the cord with IT - forever. He said as much in his blog post "Mr. No, CIO." Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge (left) conducts the interview.Follow John Dodge on Twitter.
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Pabst Brewing Co. CIO Ben Haines experience with the Oovoo conferencing app  reinforced his view that free Internet video software is not ready for prime time...or his company. Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge (left) conducts the interview.Follow John Dodge in Twitter. 
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All some CIOs can say is "No, " according to Pabst Brewing Co. CIO Ben Haines. That has forced users especially in marketing and sales to circumvent IT. Enterprise CIO Forum John Dodge (left) conducts the interview.Follow me on Twitter.
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Eisenhower did not like plans, but he insisted on planning. CIOs should take his words to heart, says ECF community manager John Dodge.Follow me on Twitter.Here's the transcript: I love this quote from Dwight D. Eisenhower: “Plans are nothing; planning is everything.” Thanks to Rene Hermes for using the quote in a comment at the Enterprise CIO Forum.
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Paul Muller (@xthestreams) interviews Andy Smith, VP of Application Hosting Services for McKesson, about transitioning from a legacy infrastructure to a next-generation solution.Some highlights from their conversation include the following:• The drivers to update the McKesson data center were a desire for improved efficiency, lower costs and better transparency between McKesson and their customers• McKesson looked at the infrastructures of their competitors and updated theirs to compete and surpass them
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Raf Los (@Wh113Rabbit) joins special guest Faisal Asif, a director of process assurance and continued excellence for Baker Hughes, to review some of the highlights from day three of HP Discover 2012 in Las Vegas.HP blogger Raf Los used the wrap-up time for a conversation with Asif, an award-winning customer, that included:
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Paul Muller (@xthestreams) interviews Jakob Kaad from Accenture Denmark about IT strategy. 
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HP's Christian Verstraete (a.k.a. - The HP Cloud Source , @christanve) and HP's Paul Muller (@xthestream) discuss the following Cloud topics:- Improving and managing service levels in a converged cloud. What to consider around SLA's when adopting converged cloud.- Mitigating delivery issues and client expectations in regards to service providers.
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How much risk should a CIO take? How many projects should they oversee and encourage? Is there a happy medium in the CIO role? ECF community manager John Dodge tries to answer these tough questions in this video.Follow John Dodge on Twitter.
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In a cool three way Internet interview, HP chief cloud strategist Christian Verstraete and Bristol Morgan President Steve Prentice explain what's important in picking the right cloud and the right cloud vendor. The three way video worked so well, The Dodge Retort. Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge moderates. I also linked to it from my personal blog, The Dodge Retort.Follow John Dodge on Twitter.
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The CIO role is changing dramatically, but Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge argues that there's an enduring role for them in the enterprise.Follow John Dodge on Twitter.
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HP chief cloud technologist Christina Verstraete explains to Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge which apps stay in existing IT and which head for the cloud. How are IT and the cloud integrated? Do you use have to use a proprietary cloud or any cloud you want?Follow John Dodge on Twitter.