What’s The Best Way For Women CIOs To Network?

What do Women CIOs need to do in order to network?

If you are a woman, becoming CIO can be a significant challenge. However, once you are able to achieve this goal, that is when the real work starts. As CIO, you need to take the time to network in order to both maintain your position and be effective. However, networking is much harder for women … Read moreWhat’s The Best Way For Women CIOs To Network?

Big Data Is Only Valuable To CIOs If They Know How To Use It

CIOs everywhere are being overwhelmed with talk about “big data”. This is simply using IT systems and tools to process very large data sets in order to answer questions about how best to run the company. What used to be too big of a task for anyone to attempt has become doable with new tools … Read moreBig Data Is Only Valuable To CIOs If They Know How To Use It

4 Tips For Staying CIO Once You Become The CIO

Becoming a CIO is a difficult thing to do. It turns out that staying CIO once you reach this lofty position is also very hard to do. Recent market studies have revealed that the average length of time that a CIO holds on to his or her office is 5 years and four months! If … Read more4 Tips For Staying CIO Once You Become The CIO

How CIOs Can Prepare For The Arrival Of Semantic Databases

By now I hope that we’re all aware that Big Data has arrived in everyone’s IT department. As CIOs struggle to determine how best store this tsunami of data, they are facing an even bigger question that begs to be answered: how are they going to manage the data in a way that will allow … Read moreHow CIOs Can Prepare For The Arrival Of Semantic Databases

Bad Behavior: Why CIOs Don’t Get Along With The Rest Of The Business

Forget the whole alignment thing, is it possible that a CIO’s behavior is the root of the problem that the IT side of the house and the business side of the house have never been able to get along? Could it be that this is the secret as to why there has always been such … Read moreBad Behavior: Why CIOs Don’t Get Along With The Rest Of The Business