Honestly, CIO is a high-risk position. Here are survival tips from someone who knows how dangerous it can be.
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The state of the CIO is stagnant, according to the latest industry surveys. We've taken a look at what they say and boiled them down to the essential message for CIOs: align or die.
Our yearly look at the state of IT, collected from various industry surveys. We'll take a look at everything from outsourcing and budgets to IT's move toward something greener.
Welcome to IT Strategist's annual roundup of IT surveys. Here are the trends you need to know about to wind up 2009 and head into 2010.
Ask outsourcing consultants and vendors what outsourcing solutions are viable now and for the future, and you’ll get a battery of answers. Who is right, who is wrong?
After five years of strong growth, the $1.2 billion project and portfolio management market decreased slightly in 2009, according to Gartner.
After the chaos of 2009, putting together a budget for 2010 is sure to be a challenge. Here are four important points to consider when planning for the unexpected.
What is worse for a CIO than a bad economy? An uncertain economy, and that's exactly where we'll be heading in 2011. CIOs will have to shift strategies--if not priorities--to weather the upcoming turbulence in the business atmosphere. Hold on tight and read on for advice to keep you on steady ground.
How have things changed in the world of CIO priorities, IT strategies, salaries, spending and such since September of 2010? Certainly the rise of the Cloud has had an impact on CIO thinking--as has the anemic and languishing global economy.
The sixth annual award recognizes visionary and proven project management offices. Past winners include EDS, Rockwell Automation and IBM Corp.