The battle over the IT budget continues between the CIO and the CMO, with mixed reports recently on who has the upper hand whenn it comes to new IT spending.
What Gartner has to say on strategies for CIOs and IT departments.
Thanks to the likes of Yahoo's Marissa Mayer and Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg, 2013 was the year of women in technology--or at least the year they made some big headlines--and 2014 is already continuing that trend.
UK IT professionals with mobile commerce experience are among those receiving the biggest salary increased, according to Robert Half Technology 2014 Salary Guide.
As CIOs and IT departments struggle to develop policies and deploy technologies to address BYOD smartphones and tablets in the workplace, a new challenge looms over the horizon--wearable devices.
A speaker at the Gilbane Conference this week suggested it was time for a new marketing technologist role to bridge the gap between IT and marketing.
CIOs keep hearing about the business value to be found in big data, but in most cases, they aren't the ones leading the efforts to mine those assets.
Yes, I agree this post has a very cynical headline. And I wish this was a tale of fiction. Unfortunately, it isn't. Gartner is actually promoting developments along this front.
Chief information officers traditionally report to the CEO, COO or even CFO. But many may soon find themselves working for the CMO.
If you're a CIO who excels at enabling breakthrough business models and strategies through the innovative use of IT, or you know someone who is, then The Chief Information Officer Impact Awards are calling.