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Driving Business Through Digital Transformation

Digital transformation digs deep into an organization’s ecosystem. New technologies – from socially enabled organizations to the cloud to predictive analytics to embedded sensors – now answer business problems in this brave new world.
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Accelerating the Value of IT- CIO Insights

Over the last year we have asked senior IT executives from almost every industry to discuss how the role of the CIO is changing. Members of the media as well as industry thought leaders provided insights into how CIOs and IT departments are adjusting to the new realities of today’s corporate environment.
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10 Most Important Pieces of Advice for Women in IT

At a recent Executive Women in IT luncheon co-hosted by the CIO Executive Council and Dell Services, almost 40 leading women in IT gathered to discuss what it means to be trailblazers and risk-takers in today’s global IT business environment.
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Minding the “Skills” Gap

CompTIA, a professional development technology association, reports in a recent study that "93 percent of employers indicate there is an overall skills gap among their IT staff."
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The New Requirements for Today’s CIO

IT Leadership is challenged to keep the lights on, drive innovation and create unique value for customers. Once IT executives have a seat on the business strategy committee, there is a responsibility to influence how technology enables the business to grow and thrive.
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Innovation vs. Extinction

Several conversations on this site have looked forward to where IT is headed. But what if, instead, we look in the rearview mirror for guidance?
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Big Data — What’s the Big Deal?

People have been talking about Big Data since the late 1990s. When originally coined, the phrase addressed the continuously growing boundaries of computing. Technologists were making everything bigger—from CPU processing power to storage to networks.
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