With today’s high performance computing and cloud environments, it’s no longer necessary to sacrifice performance for the sake of energy efficiency.
Most companies use systems and tools to deliver internal benefits, with little consideration for technologies that benefit customers or build a brand.
The challenge of the next decade will be to design devices, systems and infrastructure that are mindlessly simple to use and easy to manage.
Software and machine interfaces need to be smarter and more function dynamically way, and users are best served with simple and intuitive systems.
CIOs can learn a pair of valuable lessons from Facebook’s declining number of users as they build their own internal social media systems and tools.
As a society, we often talk about people who are hard workers, but we rarely talk about people who are smart workers. Is that smart of us?
Almost every new or creative idea faces formidable challenges from naysayers, ill-informed leaders and others who are resistant to change.
It's obvious that many business leaders have no idea what actually takes place at their Website or on their mobile app.
In today’s digital workplace, the CIO should be a combination of chief innovation officer, chief intelligence officer and chief integration officer.
If you can't connect business processes with technology, your customers will end up with a big headache—and eventually take their business elsewhere.