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Janco Associates says they are and dramatically..is this to be believed? asks Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge.
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One of the biggest opportunities for enterprise companies to improve security is by integrating security more closely with the greater organization. For instance, knowing that a computer that's actively connecting to application resources is owned by someone on vacation may signal a potential security breach. Instead of pretending that security is impenetrable, organizations need to accept that a breach is possible and create an environment designed to result in the longest response time reasonable.
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CIOs will rule in 2013 just like the cloud, BYOD, big data and all the other hot stuff in 2012, says Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge. But how will 2013 be different from 2012? Follow John Dodge on Twitter.
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Plant managers, engineers and factory floor personnel don't like CIOs and IT messing around on their turf. But that is changing as older manufacturing personnel retires and a new generation takes over. Are they more sympathetic to IT? Enterprise CIO Forum Community Manager John Dodge thinks so.Follow John Dodge on Twitter.
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CIOs, engineers and just about everyone will enjoy this entertaining video. One thing that strikes me besides the oustanding creativity is the enormous space required to pull off this `spontaneous' reaction. The music is 'can't get it out of you head' catchy...enjoy. 
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The notion of simplicity in this complex world is gathering momentum. What does it mean? Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge explains.Follow John Dodge in Twitter.
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Healthcare is our most regulated industry. When will regulation allow BYOD so providers can offer the highest quality? asks Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge.Follow me on Twitter.
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Constant communication and engagement with business partners is key to driving IT-business transformation. Working within the Japan IT ecosystem,  Houston Ross, CIO of ING Japan, has enabled business-IT transformation. The result: an agile enterprise that responds to emerging marketplace opportunities to deliver new insurance products in a diversified portfolio.
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Enabling business-IT transformation across a global company requires understanding different cultures. In Japan, social culture is embedded workplace culture. But there is plenty of common ground. To succeed abroad, ING Japan CIO Houston Ross says to gain an appreciation of local culture while driving your own IT agenda.  
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ING Japan CIO Houston Ross notes in this video that when it comes to governance, balance is critical. While strong governance is critical to the success of IT transformation, bureaucracy is to be avoided. Effective IT governance, enabled by efficient communications and clarity of roles within an organization, will cut waste while enabling delivery of projects that are on-time, on-budget and on-scope.  
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Some evidence shows that both salaried and contract IT workers are suffering real wage stagnation. That is not a good thing for the business, no matter what you might thing, asserts Enterprise CIO Forum content director Bill Laberis.
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Selling security to the executive team is always a tough sell, but maybe less so when you follow some common sense rules, says Enterprise CIO Forum content director Bill Laberis.
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Blackberry still curries the favor in the enterprise over emerging platforms, and that spells problems for CIOs, says Enterprise CIO Forum content director Bill Laberis.
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PCs are going to be with us for many years to come. But the 20-year old PC era or PC paradigm is all but dead today, explains Enterprise CIO Forum content director Bill Laberis.
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At Chevron, CIO Louie Ehrlich took a 10-year view of IT and the business and came up with a three-pronged strategy focusing on prioritization, integration and simplification. In this video interview with Stan Gibson, senior managing editor of the Enterprise CIO Forum, Ehrlich explains how goals and targets were established and met, resulting in a $1 billion positive impact to Chevron over three years. As a result, Ehrlich was named winner of the Enterprise CIO Forum’s Transformational CIO Award.
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IT transformation is grounded in business transformation, according to Louie Ehrlich, CIO of Chevron and winner of the Enterprise CIO Forum’s Transformational CIO Award. In this video interview with Enterprise CIO Forum senior managing editor Stan Gibson, Ehrlich says for IT to grow from being a service provider to become a business partner, it is critical to gain credibility for IT by demonstrating savings. Then IT can fulfill the higher role of delivering new business value. 
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Being a business peer or game-changer should be your goal as an IT leader, according to Louie Ehrlich, CIO of Chevron and winner of the Enterprise CIO Forum’s Transformational CIO Award. In this video interview, Ehrlich tells Stan Gibson, senior managing editor of the Enterprise CIO Forum that if you are viewed as merely a cost-center or service provider, you need to do better. Meet key line-of-business players and discussed their business goals.
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The amount data being amassed every day is moving outside the decimal system's ability to count or make sense of it. The growth in the amount of data is staggering and the CIO will have to figure out how to manage and leverage it.Follow me on Twitter. Here's the transcript:I was in a conference call today and someone mentioned the brontobyte. I had no idea how much data that it represented, but it’s a 1,000 yottabytes. That’s a yottabytes, I thought.
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Hey, there's  a new moniker for the CIO of tomorrow, but it's same old story. The CIO must be a dynamic force within the enterprise all the while running IT of course. The new moniker? CIO Plus...sort of like a CIO on high test, explains Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge.
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Nucleus Research is going out on a limb and saying BYOD will go away as an important issue in 2013...when everyone else is saying the opposite. What is the Nucleus rationale and does it hold water, asks Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge. 
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There are major changes afoot in the world of analytics as the familiar concept of business analytics yields to the less familiar world of predictive analytics. As it turns out, predictive analytics holds the key to unlocking the business value of Big Data, as the foremost analytics authority, Harvard Business School visiting professor Tom Davenport, reveals.
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Analytics are playing a very significant role in delivering measurable business value and competitive advantage across a broad swath of organizational types, according to Harvard Business School visiting professor Tom Davenport. He reveals some of the secrets why some companies are better with analytics than others. Humana is cited as an example CIO publisher emeritus Gary Beach conducts the interview.
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In short order the demand for a newly emerging class of business-IT expert, the so-called data scientist, will sharply outstrip the supply, says Harvard Business School visiting professor Tom Davenport. And the news gets worse, as our analytics expert reveals that few universities have plans in place to train this hybrid expert. CIO publisher emeritus Gary Beach conducts the interview.
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Many boards are clueless about IT, but the cloud presents an opportunity for CIOs to educate them, says Enterprise CIO Forum editorial director Bill Laberis.
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If there is one important factor to bake into your mobile strategy going forward, it should be a heavy dose of cloud empowerment and enablement, says Enterprise CIO Forum editorial director Bill Laberis.
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If you think growth in mobility and consumerization has been rapid, you haven't seen anything yet, says Enterprise CIO Forum editorial director Bill Laberis.
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The notion of a marketing technology office and chief marketing technology officer is being floated as the impact of marketing on IT is being more deeply felt. Follow John Dodge on Twitter.
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Transformation has to be "mission-focused" no matter how innovative information technology is, according to CTOvision.com editor and former Defense Intelligence Agency CTO Bob Gourley (r.), who is located in the Washington D.C. area. Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge in Boston conducts interview, which was done over Skype.Follow me on Twitter.
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CTOvision.com editor and former Defense Intelligence Agency CTO Bob Gourley (r.) gives examples of security as a revenue producer. How much security is enough? That depends on an enterprise's tolerance for risk. He also talks about security in the context of functionality. Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge conducts the interview. Follow John Dodge on Twitter.
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BYOD and Shadow IT can work, but what should the CIO do when he or she finds out about a rogue app, cloud or device? CTOvision.com editor and former Defense Intelligence Agency CTO Bob Gourley (r.) tells Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge that the CIO can "kill it" or discuss BYOD with stakeholders. Bottom line: people will use any tool to do their job, regardless of who oversees it. This interview was done on Skype with Gourley  in Washington D.C. area and Dodge in Boston.Follow Dodge on Twitter.
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Our latest Question of the Week asks about how enterprises can avoid vendor lock-in and still get maximum benefit from the cloud. The discussion has generated a raft of insightful comments. Join in.
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Can Windows 8 and a raft of new tablets from Microsoft and PC makers excite CIOs? I doubt right away, but the new platforms are all worth a serious look.Transcript begin here.It used to be when a major new version of Microsoft Windows debuted, CIOs stood up and took notice. But that was eons ago. New platform releases must be vetted for years -- often in the consumer market -- before all but a handful of enterprises will invest in them.
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"Users in the end are critical of the whole risk and security situation," says HP's chief information security officer Rich Armour. He offers insight about how HP approaches information security at a very high level as well from a tactical perspective.     
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Transformation means a lot of things to different people. At Gazprom Marketing and Trading, transformation is nothing less than an entirely dynamic approach to achieving success in a highly competitive marketplace.  Gazprom Marketing and Trading Global IT director Rob Pringle explains what transformation means to Enterprise CIO Forum community manager Bill Laberis.
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There's lots of research to show the CIO is on the way out, but there's scant proof to show this is a trend in large enterprises. Enterprise CIO Forum community manage John Dodge explains.Below is the transcript:Chief marketing officers are rapidly taking control of their own IT. And that trend is moving into other departments such as HR and accounting. What’s more, IT has long been the department end users love to hate and now with consumerization of IT, they have huge leverage. Now they can go out and get their own clouds and devices.
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Very powerful forces both on the IT and business front are conspiring to drive major changes in the role of the CIO. These changes are irreversible and will unfold very rapidly. This short video featuring a prominent IT executive reveals what those forces are and what CIOs might want to consider as these forces crash ashore. Enterprise CIO Forum content director Bill Laberis interviews Sharon Donovan Hart, Executive Vice President and COO for Information Technology for State Street Corporation.
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While many if not most organizations are in the early stages of developing and deploying transformation strategies, State Street Corporation has been at it for over a decade. Transformation there has proven to be more of a continuing journey than a goal, with measurable results. Enterprise CIO Forum content director Bill Laberis interviews Sharon Donovan Hart, Executive Vice President and COO for Information Technology for State Street Corporation.
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Business and IT transformation means different things to different people. But to the CIO, it is nothing short of a roadmap to the future, and the strategies you develop today will determine the success your organization has tomorrow. Enterprise CIO Forum content director Bill Laberis interviews Sharon Donovan Hart, Executive Vice President and COO for Information Technology for State Street Corporation. Donovan Hart is a recipient of the Enteprise CIO Forum's Transformational CIO Award.
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Enterprises are flocking to the patent office to lock down exclusivity for IT innovation. The challenge is defending IT patents, explains Enterprise CIO Forum community manager.
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When asked what they'd do with $5 million, big data topped the list of insurance company CIOs in a Novarica survey. Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge explains and reviews  CIO wish lists for 2012.
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The role of the CIO is undergoing fundamental changes that will play out over the next 3-4 years in most companies. Tune into this informative and insightful short video in which two executives who spoken with and befriended literally hundreds of CIOs in recent years talk about the significant changes ahead for all CIOs. CIO publisher emeritus Gary Beach and IDG Enterprise CEO and president Michael Friedenberg are ECF's editorial director Bill Laberis' guests.
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What are the characteristics of the most successful CIOs in the business? And are they characteristics others can emulate to achieve greater levels of success? Two special guest speakers who have spoken with hundreds of CIOs reveal their elements of the 'secret CIO sauce' and their enterprise CIO success secrets. They include Gary Beach, publisher emeritus of CIO, and Michael Friedenberg, president and CEO of IDG Enterprise.
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Should IT respond to security as if it was a crisis? Or is a methodical and measured approach best? Follow me on Twitter.
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While expensive, private clouds will be deployed especially by the largest enterprises. Follow me on Twitter.
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Post inspired by a Joel H. Dobbs blog entry entitled "Has your career turned into Groundhog Day?" Dobbs advocates: volunteer for something different; learn something new; give of yourself; and prepare for your next adventure.
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HP's Raf Los (@Wh1t3Rabbit) and Norm Follett reflect on some of the highlights from the 2012 HP Protect event in Nashville, TN.Highlights include:
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The long recession has hit just about every employment sector with one glaring exception -- IT. There you will still find a seller's market, and if anything it is becoming more so.
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Supermarkets, airlines, and other businesses have gold mines of rich data on us, their customers. Why do they do so little with it that improves the customer experience?