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Why Is IT Still Broken?
Found in: IT Professional
By Tom Costello,Beverly Prohaska
Issue Date:March 2013
pp. 64
Why hasn't IT delivered the promises envisioned 20 years ago? Some likely culprits include uninformed business management teams, poor project and portfolio management, low participation from business executives and sponsors on IT-enabled business projects,...
 
2013 Trends and Strategies
Found in: IT Professional
By Tom Costello,Beverly Prohaska
Issue Date:January 2013
pp. 64
This article examines the key technology trends and strategies facing CIOs for 2013, including mobility & BYOD, the personal cloud (BYOC), mobile apps (HTML5), Big Data, social media, corporate app stores, in-memory computing, actionable analyti...
 
Social Media for the Enterprise: What's Next?
Found in: IT Professional
By Beverly Prohaska,Tom Costello
Issue Date:November 2012
pp. 64
Social media gives companies an opportunity to protect their reputation andenhance their brand, but it requires them to do more than just monitor social buzz about their products. This department explores how CIOs must work with their organizations and the...
 
Social Media for the Collaborative Enterprise
Found in: IT Professional
By Beverly Prohaska
Issue Date:July 2011
pp. 64, 61-63
Early adopters of social media have focused on marketing opportunities and are trying to create a presence in key social environments, but this isn't enough. This strategy is much like the initial stages of the Web, when companies thought it was sufficient...
 
Innovation
Found in: IT Professional
By Tom Costello,Beverly Prohaska
Issue Date:May 2013
pp. 64
What exactly constitutes innovation, and how do you know if you're doing it? This article briefly outlines some key definitions and attributes of a successful innovation program.
 
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