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7 hot IT outsourcing trends — and 7 going cold

The days of low-cost commodity services are waning, as IT organizations seek stronger strategic partnerships with IT outsourcing providers in the era of digital transformation.

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CIOs step into strategic role as tech buying moves out of IT

Non-IT line of business leaders are increasingly taking over the technology purchasing responsibility that has traditionally belonged to CIOs, but one industry expert argues this shift represents an opportunity for CIOs.

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What IT workloads say about your true priorities

A study of IT decision makers from Spiceworks reveals that IT workers are spending too much time on maintenance, leaving little time for innovation, especially around security.

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How new IT operating models stave off digital disruption

These CIOs have disrupted their IT departments to stay ahead of digital changes driving their respective industries. Here is how they did it.

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5 innovative IT hiring strategies

If your business is suffering from the IT skills shortage, you might need to inject some creativity into your hiring methods.

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9 forces shaping the future of IT

New technologies and approaches will free IT leaders to cut costs, save time and let machine intelligence do the heavy lifting.

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What is GRC and why do you need it?

GRC is a strategy for managing an organization's overall governance, enterprise risk management and compliance with regulations Learn how GRC can help you align IT activities to business goals, manage risk effectively and stay on top...

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How to win the war for top tech talent

By emphasizing engagement, purpose and innovation, the financial services industry is showing how to beat Silicon Valley at its own game.

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The 7 best project management mobile apps

For teams on the go, there’s nothing like a top-notch project management tool to keep everyone productive. If your company is in the market for a mobile project management solution, these are your top contenders.

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The hidden risk of blind trust in AI’s ‘black box’

Companies intent on weaving AI more tightly into the fabric of their businesses are seeking to better explain how algorithms make their decisions, especially where risk and regulations are involved.

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How to find focus and crush the competition in the age of distraction

The ability to tune out the constant barrage of pings and popups emanating from apps and focus on what really matters for our businesses and careers has become a competitive advantage.

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10 ways you’re failing at IT audits

IT audits can feel like a grim nuisance, but great value awaits those who heed these common mistakes that inevitably lead to an IT audit disaster.

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CIO Career Coach: Be A Good Story Teller

Stories are the most powerful communication devices available. Tell better stories, and you’ll become a better CIO.

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5 things to know about today’s IT retention killer

It’s a seller’s market in IT, meaning it’s more important than ever to keep an eye on your IT workers’ stress levels and work-life balance, before they burn out — or seek work elsewhere.

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The big-time benefits of a centralized data analytics team

Micron overhauled its data management strategy, embedding crack teams of data scientists within an array of business units. Here’s how that centralized strategy has delivered impressive results.

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CIOs should step into the IoT oversight void

The internet of things opens your business to significant security risks, but most boards don't understand the importance of IoT oversight, particularly third-party implementations. That's an opportunity for CIOs to take the lead.

At the start: Pat McGovern and the birth of Computerworld

What began as a small IT newspaper in 1967 grew into a worldwide publishing empire that has covered the tech industry for 50 years.

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CIO career path: Building a resume for the COO role

Steve Bandrowczak’s career path—which includes a solid mix of business and IT leadership—serves as a guide for climbing the executive ladder.

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