President Obama has issued a call for the open exchange of cyber threat information. John Dodge at Enterprise CIO Forum leads a related discussion.
Another attempt to make employees more productive or another invasion of workplace privacy?
Tablets, to no one’s surprise, will outpace portable PC sales this year, according to IDC’s Worldwide Tablet Tracker. Indeed, the trend came alive for me last week when I swore never to bring a portable PC to a conference again.
The latest story by CIO blogger Tom Kaneshige is based on Gartner’s prediction that BYOD will mandatory by 2017.
How what the Air Force does applies to cyber security.
Latest poll question: Who is the biggest threat to the CIO?
To be successful, telecommuting programs need clear rules, goals and structure in order to work well in practice.
Whenever IT technology enters the discussion, it must now be framed in the context of driving the business strategy.
There was a day when a ski pass was nothing more than a ticket to ride.
Verizon Wireless has permeated my life with the relentlessness and negative energy of a repo man.
Remember when IDC and other large research firms tracked PC shipments. Well, they still do…
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.
In a wide-ranging interview, General Electric Intelligent Platforms (GEIP) CIO and “Lean Leader” Vince Campisi describes what life is like in a huge industrial giant like GE.
My accountant the other day said she’s in the market for a new PC and asked if she and her family should upgrade to Windows 8. Having covered PC technology for many years, she thought I might have some insight into into the new operating system.
That’s according to a survey of 100 IT managers, 48% of whom said they plan to standardize on Microsoft OSes…
What if enterprise IT gave users a stipend to buy their own hardware and software?