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Are microservices killing the API conversation?

Enthusiasm for microservices might be deafening the conversation on the business opportunities that APIs can create.


Leading women in technology: LinkedIn's Erica Lockheimer

CIO senior writer Sharon Florentine, journeys to Grace Hopper 2016 to meet up with LinkedIn's senior director of engineering growth and head of its Women in Technology group, Erica Lockheimer, where they discuss LinkedIn's women in...


Grace Hopper 2016: Gender Diversity Worldwide

CIO senior writer Sharon Florentine interviews Jennifer Betka, StubHub's chief marketing officer to discuss how the companies rebranding affected diversity internally as well as with their customers.

Tech execs tackling childhood cancer

Network industry veteran turned VC Chris Lynch aims to raise $100 million to fund pediatric cancer research via the Tech Tackling Cancer campaign.

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MDM helps real estate developer mobilize business processes

Edward Rose & Sons turned to cloud software to manage more than 500 iPads and iPhones its leasing agents, maintenance staff and construction workers use to access information.


Gartner sees 2.9 percent growth in IT spending in 2017

Worldwide IT spending should rebound in 2017 with a 2.9 percent increase over 2016, after a slight decrease this year, according to Gartner projections.

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CISOs, it’s time to bury the hatchet with your CIO

The Chief Information Security Officer and the Chief Information Officer can be awkward bedfellows. We look at the how the two execs can work better together.

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7 myths are derailing your recruitment program

Most myths are harmless, but one place they can wreak havoc is in a company’s recruitment program.

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Breaches, IT skills & innovation keeping CIOs up at night

To say that CIOs have full plates – from guarding against breaches to cloud migration to embracing innovation – is an understatement. But given the growing recognition of IT’s importance to organizations of all kinds, it’s also a...


CIO Career Coach: Acing the interview - Part 2

In the latest installment of CIO's Career Coach, blogger Martha Heller digs deeper into the interviewing process, offering tips and techniques to help you land the job.

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How to make the most of your blended workforce

More and more American companies are realizing the benefits of having a blended workforce, where freelancers and full-time staff work together on corporate projects.

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The big picture of digital transformation (an introduction)

When it comes to digital transformation, company leaders must consider all of the factors, such as customer analytics, technology platform and change management.

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Why you need to create a social media policy

Social media can be a distractions at work, but it's not always a bad thing. Help your employees use social media to network, connect and learn from others in the industry.

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How Anaplan makes dynamic strategic planning a reality

Founder and CTO Michael Gould outlines how Anaplan’s cloud-based platform pulls strategic planning out of spreadsheet hell.

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8 tech ‘megatrends’ that are about to change business

Tech breakthroughs such as IoT, blockchain, AI, virtual reality and augmented reality are going to massively change how businesses operate.

Nurturing tomorrow’s techies STEMs from promoting technology in schools

To ensure schools can support STEM curriculums, technology companies need to increase involvement, such as partnering with educational institutions.

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It’s time to encourage diversity in tech freelancing

Embracing diversity and making the effort to find tech freelancers who are women and minorities may take more effort, but it will be worth it.

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5 ways to better survey IT employees

To keep employees’ unhappiness from reaching a tipping point, companies are turning to more frequent surveys to gauge the mood of their staffers, thanks to a slew of new survey and collaboration tools that make pulse-taking easier.

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