Internet access — or what policy wonks have oddly decided to call "broadband access" — is irrefutably an important service for individuals and business alike. In our competitive world, journalists and politicians have taken it upon themselves to explain, in...
More than 225 participants graduated from SIM's Regional Leadership Forum while at SIMposium 2013. RLF activities at SIMposium included a final session session for each forum, the RLF graduation ceremony, unlimited networking and a fund-raiser...
The rise of the chief digital officer is both creating a threat to the job of the CIO and creating a potential new career path opportunity. That is the consensus of some recent articles on the subject of the chief digital officer role, which is gaining momentum in a growing...
In the years since the launch of the iPhone in 2007 we have seen a huge shift in the power base in the IT world. Probably the most significant change is that your IT department is no longer in total control of the computing power in your business.
When David Gollan became group CIO at Perth health fund HBF, he discovered that the 25 projects delivered by IT each year took far too long, were over budget or schedule and could not demonstrate value to the business. Governance was also haphazard at best. Recent changes...
The good news for CIOs — they still control about 60 percent of the average IT budget in a corporation. The bad news — they think they control 80 percent, according to a survey of member-based advisory firm CEB, which surveyed 165 organizations representing...
When Brook Colangelo joined Boston-based education and trade publisher, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, earlier this year, he did so after having spent almost his entire career in government and nonprofit companies. He had worked with the American Red Cross before garnering his...
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