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Technology is rife with acronyms and some should sidelined. Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge offers a few examples.
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Evidence that CIOs and CMOs don't get along is sorely lacking. I think the whole thing is overblown, says Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge.
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It has a new CEO, but who is this this man? All we really know is that he is a 22-year Microsoft veteran. Can an unknown turn Microsoft around? asks Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge.
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A new report reveals the messes CIOs face when they take a new job. That's why it takes them 2-3 years to get going. ECF community manager John Dodge asks if that ius realistic.
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We're too focused on Big Data instead of information, which in the end is what drives decision-making, contends Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge.
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More CIO's now than ever report to CEOs. Maybe this talk of the CIOs demise will finally be put to rest, speculates Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge.
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It's nice to dream, but in the end, delivering on a cloud and Big Data strategy is up to the drive and resourcefulness of the CIO, says Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge.
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Spying program like PRISM pit U.S. companies against the federal government. How much does this keep you awake nights? asks Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge.
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Hybrid cloud deployments to double by 2017, says Gartner. Driving this growth are automation and virtualization, which reduce expenses, says Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge.
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Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge contends fears about BYOD are exaggerated. The vast majority of employees want to play by the rules. They just to know what those rules are.
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A controversial new book advises CIOs to adopt Machiavellian tactics to advance their cause...or just survive. Are you willing to manipulate your rivals and exercise power? Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge explores some darker possibilities.  
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The PC was same disruptive technology as smart phones and tablets are today. What can we learn from history? asks Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge
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Cyber crime has been taken over by whole new breed of adversary. They're organized. They collaborate. And they've developed advanced theft tools that long ago surpassed the threats from hacktivists. HP Software vice president of strategic marketing Paul Mueller describes how enterprises can take the fight to these adversaries. Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge conducts the interview. Click here for more information.  
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Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge asks why companies can't go "all in" with the cloud. It might not be practical now, but in a few years, we may look back and reminisce about days when apps were not in the cloud. Are vendors leading the way?System thinking in the Cloud world  
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My favorite is "like driving an invisible car." And I don't believe the dude who says his mom "just gets it."Have you tried to explain virtualization to your mom?Follow me on Twitter. 
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The pace of IT spending growth has accelerated in the past six months with budgets increasing almost five per cent for the next 12 months. Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge explores what this means.
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We preach that innovation should outweigh cost cutting, but how do you balance such competing priorities? Well, it can be done, says Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge.
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There's been a rash of articles lately arguing the cloud is not cracked up to what's it supposed to be. Are we are experiencing a cloud backlash? Some CIOs remain deeply skeptical, says Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge.Follow John Dodge on Twitter. 
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Separating the noise from the value around big data is a monster but essential challenge. ECF community manager asks John Dodge what's valuable and what's a waste of time?Follow John Dodge on Twitter. 
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My live tweets ended up being my notes at this conference. Here's five of my favorites. Click here for the live tweets post on innovation from the MIT CIO Symposium and here for HP Fellow Charlie Bess' overview post from the conference.  
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That famous line (and massaged) from the movie "Network" could be uttered by many CIOs, who are creating business value every day. Still, they have to endure their peers, rivals, educators and consultants telling them what they're doing wrong, according to Enterprise CIO Forum community manager.
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Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge expounds on political oracle Nate Silver's contention that too much [big] data is not always such a great thing. Dodge also explains why he thinks big data and marketing are soul mates. 
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The benefits of smart phones need to be measured carefully. After all, mobile is about revenue generation, argues Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge.Follow John Dodge on Twitter.
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Some long time IT observers and CIOs see the chief marketing officer as a threat to the CIO as nonsense. But is he or she? We've seen this clash before, observes Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge.Follow John Dodge on Twitter.
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CIO Andrew Henderson of ING in Australia says CIOs should be fearless. I found his choice of the word "fearless" to be interesting if not a bit bold. The idea is that fearless CIOs get the funding.Click here to watch the video of Henderson making his remarks (separate from commentary above). His fearless remarks start around 13 minutes and 50 seconds into the video. 
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Sequestration is as counter-productive as it is draconian. Politicians might want to look at what CIOs have done for years and go to school on that, says Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge.
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A work-at-home policy for IT must take into consideration the wide variations in the quality and contributions of employees, advises Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge.
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The IT landscape is littered with failures. What can we truly learn from them? asks Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge. Follow John Dodge on Twitter.
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Many industries in the past few years have been roiled by change, changing business models and savage competition. CIOs can help weather this change, says Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge.   Follow John Dodge on Twitter.
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CIOs say change management is a tough nut to crack. How to you deal with change? asks Enterprise CIO Community manager John Dodge. Follow John Dodge on Twitter.
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Yesterday's headlines dwelled on the present. Today's focus is on the future. Enterprise CIO Forum community manager Dodge focuses on what that means. Follow John on Twitter.
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IDD is something that afflicts all of us. It's when we have the best of intentions, but fail to act. As a CIO, do you have IDD? asks Enterprise CIO Forum community manager John Dodge.Follow John Dodge on Twitter.
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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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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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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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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.