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As IT-centric leadership roles proliferate, does anyone even want the CIO position anymore? Patrick Gray spells out why the CIO role is inherently flawed.
Brett Goldstein, the former chief data officer of the City of Chicago, reflects on how the CDO role is evolving, and where it needs to go.
How much does your business lose to fraud? If you don't know the answer, fraud is likely a taboo IT security topic at your organization. Argyle Data's CEO explains why it shouldn't...
Consumer companies such as Google and Apple have adopted increasingly rapid release cycles, and now corporate IT departments are faced with similar expectations. Here's how to adap...
Escalating support costs, lengthy rollouts, vendor lock-in, and problems adapting to today's mobile world... is it time to retire your aging enterprise software?
UK firms are looking beyond monolithic IT vendors to smaller cloud service providers to help develop new products and services.
CEOs at major firms say investing in technologies to stimulate growth is at the top of their to-do list in 2014, and that IT is no longer just a cost-centre to be cut.
The IT job market is on the rise, and top jobs include anything in big data, mobile, cloud or security. Learn more about the latest hiring trends with TechRepublic's roundtable of ...
Don't let the Lite in Sage CRM Sales Lite fool you, because it covers all the bases you want in a mobile CRM app.
The increase in inhouse departments going their own way and buying on-demand software - shadow IT - makes it all the more important for tech to impose some order.