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How CIOs can survive and thrive in a swirl of change

CIOs face unrelenting change as part of the job description. Today they must deal with change coming at them from all fronts. More than ever before, CIOs now have to knock down walls, connect corporate silos, keep customers in their sights, be willing to fail fast and pivot to a more successful strategy -- one that usually involves wielding the power of data analytics.

BYOD twists and turns keep CIOs off-balance

In New York City, venerable companies give luxurious corporate cars to power brokers dressed in Armani suits driving down Wall Street. But across the country in San Francisco, you're more likely to see blue jeans-clad execs driving shared Zipcars to their wacky digs in SoMa, or south of Market.

How new CEO Vishal Sikka can reinvent Infosys

Vishal Sikka began his tenure as CEO of Infosys last week by approving about 5,000 promotions within the Bangalore-based IT services firm in an attempt to improve morale and slow down attrition rates.

6 things to know about choosing a new IT vendor

We tend to approach new vendors based on the products they sell and choose vendors largely based on what we believe the products do. Unfortunately, this leads us to buy solutions that we often never fully deploy or that often fail to meet our expectations. What's more, we rarely conduct a causal analysis of the problems.

Video: Scott Bales on Singapore CIO Summit

Scott Bales, author of Mobile Ready and one of the key note speakers at the Singapore CIO Summit, talks about his experience at the recent Hong Kong CIO Summit and what delegates can expect to hear at the Singapore event on 21 August.

Workers going rogue with BYOD (and BYOA)

More than half of employees admit to going rogue to do their jobs. In other words, it really doesn't matter if IT formally rejects BYOD -- or Bring Your Own Apps -- because it's happening anyway.

America’s best kept software secret

Interview with Jack Dangermond, global technology innovator, billion dollar entrepreneur and head of the world's 6th largest privately owned software company, ESRI.

What CIOs can learn from serial entrepreneurs: K. Ganesh

Being a Serial entrepreneur and a good one at it, is not an easy job. Success should become a habit, while also being fully prepared for failure. K.Ganesh, the serial entrepreneur who launched five successful start-ups, believes that adaptability is the most important quality for a serial entrepreneur. In an exclusive interaction with CIO.in, he elaborates why CIOs should quickly adapt to the changing circumstances.

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