Today's CIO better know what's in a name
More than ever, CIOs need to be out among the people – and not just IT people. We’re talking marketing, HR, finance, sales. Of course, meeting these business colleagues can backfire if you can’t remember their names. Here are some pointers to help you master this underrated leadership skill.
Think North Korea hacked Sony? Think about this
There's a lot of circumstantial evidence, but very little actual information on the hack against Sony.
Sony hack was 'cyber vandalism,' not act of war, says Obama
The hack of Sony Pictures, blamed on North Korea by the FBI, was not an act of war, President Obama said in an interview broadcast on Sunday.
Asia Pacific prioritises Data & Analytics
The area is crucial to their business, according to KPMG survey.
Forrester: CIO and CMO must work together or risk losing market share
Collaboration will be key to increase customer focus next year.
Banking on the data centre for business transformation
Maybank Singapore migrates its old data centre to a new facility to enjoy improved agility and better resiliency.
Forget 2015: Bing already knows which people, products and trends will win next year
Using the same predictive technology that it harnessed to call the outcome of the World Cup, Microsoft's Bing thinks it knows the album of the year, the Golden Globe winners, and even the fashion trends of 2015.
10 changes you can make to achieve security serenity now!
You don't have to look into a crystal ball to find peace of mind when it comes to security. CSO Magazine presents 10 relatively low-labor changes you can make to achieve significant improvements in enterprise security.
‘In every disruptive change there is an opportunity’: Anant Gupta, CEO, HCL Technologies
“You have to cannibalize to survive in the future,” says Anant Gupta in this freewheeling interview with CIO Asia online Editor, Zafar Anjum. “If you don’t cannibalize your own business, someone else will. In every disruptive change there is an opportunity. It is a question of watching it and cannibalizing it.”
From CEO to Chief Irritant: Interview with TIBCO founder
Following TIBCO's privatisation, Vivek Ranadive, founder of TIBCO has stepped down from his CEO role but said that he will remain as the Chief Irritant of his company.
Happy New Year!
We will be back on Jan 2, 2015!
SME skills gap means infosecurity remains top weakness, says Barracuda
Thiban Darmalingam, Malaysia-based Regional Manager for Barracuda, discusses Enterprise Strategy Group study.
How to align projects management with your business strategy
With escalating global competition and complex operating environments, C-level executives will increasingly need to call on their project management offices to ensure all activities align with the overall strategic vision of the business.
What we know about North Korea's cyberarmy
Snippets of information about the secretive regime's cyberops have leaked out over the years.
The party's over for Microsoft CEO Nadella
Approval rating plunge of 20 points caused by layoffs and 'karma' comment.
Executive Networks Media announces launch of Public Sector event and website
The event GCIO Forum Singapore will be held in the first half of 2015
2014: The year in quotes
From rattled airline passengers who fear the coming of smartphones to jurors who don't know a smartphone from a tablet, here are some of the colorful quotes from IT news in 2014.
IT leaders: pitchers or catchers?
In pro baseball, the catcher signals the pitcher how to throw the ball. Similarly, IT needs to inspire lines of business to make the right choices, or they will be left to deal with the curveballs sent their way.
Apple and IBM reveal 10 iOS apps that aim to change the way you work
The way banks, airlines, wireless carriers, and even governments do business could soon change if Apple and IBM have anything to say about it. The two companies now have 10 apps designed to streamline business operations behind the scenes, which may lead to better service for the rest of us.
CIO Interview: Setting Up a Customer-centric Campus Network
How the CIO of the Singapore Management University sets expectations and gains mindshare to push for a customer-centric campus-wide network for all.