CIOs exist in order to help their companies do more things and do them faster. The person in the CIO position has the responsibility of marshaling all of the company’s IT talent and using the importance of information technology to work on projects that are going to help the company to do a better job … Read moreWhat Can CIOs Learn From The Evolution Of Smartphones?
More than one CIO that I know has become very upset when what they were saying during a meeting was interrupted by one or more mobile phones going off while they were speaking. Just to make things worse, we’ve all had that sinking feeling that we get when we are addressing a group of our … Read moreJust Exactly How Important Are Smartphones To Younger Workers?
Can you remember back to when the iPhone was first introduced? If you can’t remember, it was June of 2007. Before then, mobile phones were just that – phones. However, the iPhone changed all of this – now phones were mini computers that wanted to connect to the company’s network and all of sudden everyone … Read moreHave You Correctly Estimated Your Company’s Demand For Mobile?
Loyal Readers, It has been brought to my attention that the AccSuccCIO blog’s appearance on touch-based smart phones was, shall we say, poor at best. I think that I may have found a way to solve this problem. I’ve installed some new software that should change the AccSuccCIO into an iPhone application “looking” site, complete … Read moreAccSucCIO Life Just Got Better For iPhone/Andriod/BB Users
In the world of IT we deal with lots of different questions: what project to take on, how best to align with the business, how to improve processes. One thing that we don’t really spend much time thinking about is if our applications should run on Microsoft or Apple platforms. Hmm, has Apple missed the … Read moreThe Problem With Apple: Product Or Platform?