It's hard selling anything to the businessside today, with tightened budgets and cost-cutting measures in place at many enterprises in the U.S. and beyond. But approaching the business leaders with something like cloud investment, for storage and backup needs, can be even trickier, explains Randy McGraw.
Soon you you'll be able to buy McDonald's fries--and the rest of their food--with your Apple iPhone 6, 6 plus or Apple Watch, thanks to Apple Pay.
It's not enough to keep your IT organization running smoothly anymore. More than ever, CIOs and IT leaders have to make sure their organizations, and the businesses they support, are also running securely.
CIOs and CMOs do not have the best view of one another and have different expectations for the business, or so the surveys have said. And things may not be getting better, according to Ian Cox.
In a post at InformationWeek, Jonathan Feldman lists three key steps to take in order to make sure you become a successful CIO or IT leader.
CIO and CMTO partnerships haven't always been fruitful in the past. But there are hopeful signs, when you look at the changes going on with the chief marketing technologist role today.
CIOs and CMOs have turned up the heat on their courtship, and the result could be the demand for a new breed of technology worker that has the DNA of both.
Mobility is an integral part of digital transformations being undertaken by enterprises this year, finds a survey by Altimeter Group.
A growing awareness of cyber threats has many organizations adding the role of chief security officer or chief information security officer. Bob West shares his thoughts on when you need one, and what you should hold them accountable for.
Kristin Darby may be new to Cancer Treatment Centers of America, but this CIO is by no means new to the world of healthcare IT. FierceCIO recently asked Darby, a 20-year veteran of the healthcare industry, about the types of new initiatives she plans on spearheading at the CTCA and her advice for fellow CIOs, in healthcare and beyond.