Tom Kaneshige

Senior Writer

Tom Kaneshige has been covering business and technology in Silicon Valley for two decades. As senior online writer at CIO.com, Tom covers Silicon Valley culture, BYOD and consumer tech in the enterprise.

Enterprise mobility slowed by security concerns

6 mobile work habits from around the world

6 mobile work habits from around the world

Mobile technology has changed the world, but it’s also put workers across the global on call 24/7. Here’s how – and where -- citizens of six countries squeeze in more work thanks to mobile devices. Spoiler alert: Stand, or sit, proud,...

Why workers want self-service IT

Why workers want self-service IT

A combination of consumer tech that’s as powerful as it is cool, cloud services with free versions, and IT departments that are perceived as slow-moving is leading workers to look to roll their own tech solutions, according a Harris...

Can tech help teachers teach and students learn?

Can tech help teachers teach and students learn?

The promise of technology in the classroom earns high grades with students, teachers and administrators surveyed. But that digital education revolution is not an easy battle to win.

15 cities that are hidden gems for tech job seekers

15 cities that are hidden gems for tech job seekers

San Francisco and New York City may offer the glam factor, but they also bring high costs of living to go with it. If you dig a little deeper, there are many lesser-known cities that offer good pay and good quality of life.

Tech salary guide for 2015

Tech salary guide for 2015

From CIO to PC technician, salaries for technology-related jobs are on the rise. This IT salary guide covers pay increases for more than 80 positions in 12 categories. And if you work in the Silicon Valley, the news is even better.

12 ways Silicon Valley hates women

12 ways Silicon Valley hates women

Tech leaders in the Bay Area say the right words, but reality reveals a serious problem. Here are a dozen examples of how the world’s hub for technology is a hotbed for sexism.

For BYOD, money changes everything

For BYOD, money changes everything

You can't blame employees for wanting to be paid for using their personal phones and tablets for work. And it’s understandable that companies don't want to subsidize personal use. Who foots the bill for BYOD phones has turned into a...

10 popular iPhone apps you should delete

10 popular iPhone apps you should delete

Screen after screen, folder after folder, app after app, the iPhone has become the new enabler for the mobile hoarder. For the New Year, though, many iPhone addicts have vowed to break or at least temper this fixation. If you’re...

BYOD was a tech roller coaster ride in 2014

BYOD was a tech roller coaster ride in 2014

From the beginning, the Bring Your Own Device movement has been a nightmare for CIOs. And recently many workers – once excited by the concept – are wondering if it’s worth it. Here’s a look back at CIO.com’s year-long coverage of this...

Around the world With BYOD

Around the world With BYOD

More than half of employees across the global bring a mobile device to work. However, when you look at individual countries, the results vary wildly in terms of ownership and adoption -- surprisingly, some tech-loving countries are...

BYOD brings corporate contradictions

BYOD brings corporate contradictions

CIOs naturally want a BYOD policy in place to give them some level of control, but the reality is that employees will do whatever they want regardless of the policy.

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