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Four signs you're being digitally disrupted
(March 7, 2014) Suppose you're a thermostat maker who learns that Google just spent $3.2 billion to buy another thermostat maker. You can...
Why does Nest need Google? Analytics
(January 14, 2014) Google just provided 3.2 billion reasons for companies to start taking the Internet of Things seriously. But Google's blockbuster deal...
IT's reputation: Broken bad
(October 4, 2013) William Murphy, CTO of the investment firm Blackstone Group, seemed like a pleasant enough fellow when he came onto the...
Sharing electronic medical records still too hard
(June 17, 2013) The average patient can't fathom why the sharing of electronic medical records is so hard. But those inside healthcare aren't...
Have you really started a mobile strategy?
(April 15, 2013) You probably have an app. We have an app. But do you really have a mobile strategy for how those...
Six uncomfortable questions IT teams should ask
(September 12, 2012) Our InformationWeek 500 ranking is about innovation, but its also about asking tough questions and making hard decisions.
Collaboration trumps innovation for CEOs
(June 4, 2012) IBM's new CEO survey offers a lot to think about, but one data point jumped out at me: CEOs see...
CUNA's CIO wears two hats: Isn't IT enough?
(May 10, 2012) Rick Roy, CIO of CUNA Mutual Group, sees several similarities between running the IT and procurement departments, both of which...
How to lose your best IT employees
(April 20, 2012) Ignore what motivates people in their jobs and they'll eventually leave. Our IT Salary Survey provides data you can use...
A CEO's view of analytics: Duluth Trading Company
(March 14, 2012) Duluth Trading Company CEO Steve Schlecht points to two things at the heart of his retail company's success: creating one-of-a...