An artificial intelligence has beaten world-class poker players at their own game, and well-known companies like TGI Fridays and Capital One are starting to harness AI to better serve customers. But smart CIOs should proceed with caution as they approach artificial intelligence.
Stories by Dan Muse
Everyone talks about innovation, but quantifying it can be a bit, well, fuzzy. Here three CIOs put innovation into more concrete terms.
Buzzwords abound in the tech industry, but we were curious to see which ones stand out to CIOs. So we asked three of them. The answers won't surprise you.
We asked eight CIOs what they will remember most about 2015. Some focused on continued transformation, hybrid clouds, ‘shared services’ models, acquisition and IT integration employee retention and even unplugging.
With new technology moving faster than most CIOs can train staff and recruit talent, it's obvious why working with startups is an attractive option. But how can IT leaders tell which rising stars will prosper and which will fall? Four CIOs share insight and advice.
As students return to campus, college and university CIOs share how they prepared for the new academic year.
It's no epiphany to point out that the CIO's world is changing. Technology budgets are moving to other departments, apps and infrastructure are moving to the cloud, CDOs are moving in, the bad guys are moving to steal your data ... so what's the CIO's best move?
IDG's Founder and Chairman Patrick J. McGovern died on Wednesday at Stanford Hospital in Palo Alto, California. He was 76.