Any regular user of public transport will know their return to the daily commute in the New Year has been accompanied by a plethora of shiny Christmas presents.
In their posh leather covers, and tightly held and coveted by proud new owners, these devices often have the capacity to hook into the corporate network. The . . . → Read More: Three reasons why IT consumerisation fails: support, selectivity & security
When was the last time you were straightforward? Here’s a thought: too many CIOs are too closed about the potential of their technology projects.
IT often gets a bad rap in the business and, rather than risk being classed as a geek pushing another technology failure, CIOs can be guilty of covering up challenges and . . . → Read More: CIOs need to get honest and brush up on their communication skills
If someone came from the late 1980s and early 1990s, what would they think of our modern, web-enabled world?
Ask the person next to you and they’ll probably say that the person from the past would be amazed by the prevalence of mobile phones, the knowledge of the world wide web and the ability to . . . → Read More: Change is a gradual process, not a big bang transformation
Banging on about the potential of the tablet is now almost de rigour for industry experts.
From the trade press to the conference hall, everyone is keen to talk about how the business world will be transformed by the iPad and it’s non-Apple cousins. The ability to use information on the move is undoubtedly a . . . → Read More: Netbook and phone are smarter executive choice than Apple iPad
Like Christmas pudding and poor-quality knitwear, now is a time of the year for traditions. And when it comes to business IT, nothing gets the attention of analysts, consultants and the trade press like an opportunity to roll out a list of CIO priorities for 2011.
We thought we’d jump on the bandwaggon, too. Here, we’ve neatly . . . → Read More: 12 best articles on CIO business and technology priorities for 2011
What’s your business’ favourite colour? If you work for Orange, the answer to that question is not tough to guess. But what about less colourful firms? Is your organisation’s favourite colour green?
No, would seem to be the most likely answer, according to Forrester. The researcher says although almost 70% of respondents to its April . . . → Read More: Does the business really need green IT managers?