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  • Mobile Payment Methods Come of Age

    In this SearchCIO handbook, read about how mobile payment methods are maturing and how CIOs should gear up.

  • The Fate of the Enterprise Data Center

    Download this exclusive e-book to discover expert insight into the future of the data center. Inside, experts discuss five ways CIOs and IT executives can prepare their data centers for the future and who should run it. Also, learn why some CIOs believe there are good reasons for keeping services on-premises – even in the age of the cloud.

  • From business process management to business outcomes classroom

    This Classroom will outline the forces, such as digitization, cloud and mobile, that are changing core customer-facing business processes and how CIOs are optimizing BPM for better customer interaction and business outcomes.

  • Taking the Guesswork Out of Data Ownership

    In this SearchCIO handbook, we explore how digital business has made data ownership a hot topic once again for CIOs in order to meet the needs of the digital business world and transform information into knowledge and knowledge into insights.

  • CIO Decisions E-zine – May 2015

    Integrating a hybrid infrastructure -- one that includes applications running on-premises and applications running in the cloud -- requires new tools, more resources and a deep understanding of data.

  • The Digital Effect on Business Process Management

    Business process management in the digital era is a whole new deal. In this SearchCIO handbook, find out how businesses must adapt BPM systems to meet the needs of the digital customer.

  • Renegade IT services and how to manage them

    IT service delivery is built on a request/fulfillment model, but what about services that are not being routed through traditional IT channels, or though IT at all? This classroom feature will look at how CIOs are adapting ITSM to cover non-sanctioned services.

  • Networking and Mobile Technology Classroom

    It's a fast-moving mobile device world, and the network needs to move with it. This classroom will examine technologies CIOs are investing in to create mobile networks.

  • Master the Mobile User Experience Classroom

    This classroom will detail methods for understanding what needs to be created to meet demand of your target mobile audience , how to continuously improve your mobile application to improve the customer experience (CX) and how to approach the mobile application development process.

  • A closer look at ITSM and ITIL

    In this expert e-guide explore the various benefits ITSM and ITIL can provide including maximizing ROI and more.

  • How to implement ITSM and establish a strategy beyond IT metrics

    In this expert e-guide, learn how one CIO was able to leverage ITSM to improve business processes as well as incorporate the ITSM strategy to a mobile workforce.

  • Disaster Recovery in the Cloud Classroom

    Disaster recovery is a natural progression of the growing list of services CIOs are moving or considering moving to a cloud environment. This classroom is a how-to for CIOs considering migrating DR to a cloud provider.

  • Adapt and Customize Your Cloud Strategy to Meet the Changing Needs

    In this classroom, IT executives and cloud experts outline how CIOs are adapting and customizing their cloud strategies to meet the changing needs of customers and their businesses.

  • Enter the BYO promiseland

    BYO and mobility is a business direction and not a decision. In this classroom, mobility experts Bryan Barringer and Jeffery Hammond offers specific steps for CIOs to follow to manage an enterprise-wide mobility strategy.

  • CIO Decisions – April 2015

    In today's mobile culture, delivering useful information to employees has become more complex. Find out how the marriage of mobile and big data is evolving in this issue of CIO Decisions.

  • Next-Generation Security in a Mobile Era

    In this SearchCIO handbook, learn how enterprise mobility management and next-generation security tools can help your enterprise mitigate an ever-growing number of mobile risks.

  • Legacy IT Systems: Keep 'Em or Cut 'Em?

    How do you calculate the expiration date on your legacy IT systems? We explore the keep-vs.-cut dilemma in this issue of CIO Decisions.

  • How to Consolidate Application Portfolios

    The business benefits of consolidating application portfolios make it a top priority for CIOs, but that doesn't mean it's easy to pull off. Read more in this SearchCIO handbook.

  • CIO Decisions E-Zine - February 2015

    When it comes to high-profile data breaches, hindsight is 20/20. In this issue of CIO Decisions, we examine the new security paradigm and how CIOs are strategizing to protect data.

  • Profiting from big data

    To successfully capitalize on big data, an iterative, experimental approach is essential to data-focused companies, and especially retailers, analysts say. Find out how several organizations leverage big data.

  • CIO Decisions: Master Multichannel Customer Engagement

    Unscrambling the multiple channels by which customers engage calls for close collaboration between CIOs and their business peers. Learn more about multichannel customer engagement strategy in CIO Decisions ezine.

  • CIO Decisions: Artificial Intelligence in the Enterprise

    AI is not some far-off fantasy. Some experts predict that smart machines and robots will become so intertwined with business operations as to be indispensible—and some enterprises are already reaping the results.

  • Disaster Recovery: This is Not a Drill

    In this issue of Modern Infrastructure: CIO Edition, learn how to govern enterprise disaster response and recovery efforts and spring into action when true crisis strikes.

  • Big Data Architecture: Build, Buy or Blend?

    CIOs face a quandary in big data architecture: Do I buy or build? New business problems, inadequate vendor solutions and myriad new technologies complicate that question.

  • Head of the SaaS

    Software governance refers to a lot more than the management of company-commissioned applications. CIOs must rein in and govern a wide range of shadow services in the enterprise.

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