Digital strategist or traditional CIO? Our 13th annual State of the CIO research reveals the great career divide.
End-of-year reports from Gartner suggest that, over the next five years, smart machines could replace human workers in a plethora of industries, from manufacturing to warehousing to transportation. Is it a 'futuristic fantasy,' as a majority of CEOs tell the analyst firm, or a harsh reality?
Growth will pick up even more in 2015, particularly for software, according to a new report.
Social network sued for allegedly scanning users' private messages - but analysts are doubtful that such accusations will be enough to make users abandon the social networking site.
CIO's Publisher Adam Dennison doesn't buy the notion that CMO budgets for IT will outstrip those of CIOs in the coming years, citing new State of the CIO research to prove it.
From our archives
A look at some of the ICT leaders profiled in the past year:
The seed for the expedition was planted during a trip to New Zealand five years ago, when he joined his first alpine climbing course.
Craig Soutar of the New Zealand Transport Agency talks about the CIO’s ‘balancing act’ of simultaneously leading through a growing ICT portfolio and delivering core services.
The game has changed and IT has a pivotal role to play in enabling business transformation.
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