The top news stories for May 28, 2014.
CEOs are ready to spend money, and mobility is one of their IT-related spending priorities, according to a survey of 410 CEOs and senior executives by research firm Gartner.
Getting the CIO job is only the first step. In order to keep and thrive in their positions, CIOs and other C-level tech execs have to constantly improve and build upon their technology--and people--skills.
A majority of CEOs do their companies a disservice by having no social media presence, two new studies reveal.
One of the biggest threats to security in most organizations is the behavior of senior executives, a new study by ThreatTrack Security reveals.
A new study from MIT and Capgemini finds that a majority of CEOs lack understanding and appreciation of what technology can do for their organization, leading to underfunding of important technology investments.
The CIO role is a very broad indeed. What job is broader? The CEO spot, of course.
First sign of the impending apocalypse: Relying on Excel spreadsheets
While CIOs can show off their IT skills on daily basis, they don't always get the chance, or time, to showcase their business or strategic acumen.
The c-suite is showing a keen interest in big data lately, but how well do most executives outside of IT really understand it? Universities and commercial training programs think they're ripe for learning a lot more.