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Aberdeen InSight: CIOs Embracing Web Seminars


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Wyeth Lynch

| CIO Insights Article Published June 13, 2002
A recent poll of IT executives in Aberdeen's Technology Forecasting Consortium found nearly three-quarters turn to Web seminars at least once per quarter as a way to learn about a new technology, gain new business ideas, and evaluate suppliers.

4 Habits of Successful CIOs


By

David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published May 1, 2002
Shining the spotlight on effective CIOs, Gartner has identified the four key habits they use when creating leadership agendas.

Report: Enterprise IM Ready for Takeoff


By

David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published April 12, 2002
Enterprise-grade IM systems with security and archiving capabilities are helping drive corporate adoption of the technology, according to new report from INT Media Research.

Special Report: Enterprise Security


By

David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published April 1, 2002
With IT security becoming such a critical issue for CIOs and IT managers, CIN offers this resource with info on trends and tips to help you build a more secure enterprise.

IT Execs Rate Top Vendors


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David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published March 28, 2002
Survey by Internet World also offers a snapshot of tech budgets, spending outlooks, and who in the enterprise has final say on IT investments.

IT Integration Seen As Key to Merger Success


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David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published March 27, 2002
Accenture study finds corporations often don't get IT involved early enough in the M&A process. Here are 8 imperatives for companies to follow.

IT Certification Bonus Pay Up, Skills Pay Down


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David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published March 22, 2002
Report finds that premium bonus pay for workers with certified skills tops bonuses for standalone skills, a sign that IT managers see certifications as the better measure to compare workers.

Chief Security Officers' Pay Varies Widely


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David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published March 19, 2002
CSOs in the financial services industry can expect to earn significantly more than their counterparts in utilities, manufacturing and other fields.

Top 10 Priorities of IS Executives


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David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published March 13, 2002
Tech Roundup: CIOs' challenge is to spend less while planning for the future. Also, a report on why many IT execs are ignoring ROI and a forecast for storage management software.

The Roundup: A New Model for Enterprise Data Sharing


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David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published February 20, 2002
P2P and Web services together will help co-workers better share data and documents. Also, Webcasts find favor with IT spenders, and get ready for a WLAN "hot spot" explosion.

The Roundup: PDA Battle Reaches the Enterprise


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David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published February 13, 2002
PDA vendors target business users in 2002. Also, an IT spending outlook and reports on Internet sector failures and the demand for better Web authentication.

The CFO: The CIO's New Best Friend?


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David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published February 12, 2002
Study finds CFOs are moving from being "scorekeepers" of IT spending to proactive leaders who consider IT essential for strategic growth.

The Roundup: IT Salaries Feel Recession's Pinch


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David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published February 6, 2002
Reports on how IT salaries are weathering the downturn, CIOs' current priorities, tips for successful e-learning, and U.S. Internet usage still climbing.

CIOs' Business Continuity Plans Seen Falling Short


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David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published February 4, 2002
IT executives post-Sept. 11 are concentrating more on revamping and testing plans, as opposed to more costly moves such as relocating offices and establishing new data centers.

The Roundup: CRM 'Winners' Will Help CIOs Get Funding


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David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published January 30, 2002
Reports on how 'big wins' will influence CRM spending, Web services moving to the mainstream, remote workers increasing and mobile messaging advancing.

Five Hurdles to Implementing Web Services


By

David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published January 24, 2002
Plan ahead to overcome these five barriers that could get in the way of a successful rollout of Web services.

The Roundup: What Are You Spending on Storage Services?


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David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published January 23, 2002
Reports on the storage services market, what's important to the financial services industry, broadband price hikes and men vs. women on the Web.

The Roundup: What's Driving Spending in 2002?


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David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published January 16, 2002
Reports on why 'status quo' spending is carrying the IT industry, banks' new focus on privacy, XML breaking out and IM interoperability.

An Industry-by-Industry IT Spending Report


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David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published January 15, 2002
Find out who will be the big IT spenders and who will cut their budgets in 2002. We also offer a collection of recent IT spending stories.

The Roundup: Did Somebody Say IT Predictions?


By

David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published January 9, 2002
A top-10 list for the IT industry in 2002, plus reports on enterprise conferencing, wireless advances and why e-retailers are smiling.

The Roundup: CIO Worries for 2002


By

David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published January 2, 2002
This week, top 10 issues that keep CIOs awake at night. Also, prepare for video e-mail, and dot-com deaths level off.

IT Starting Salaries to Remain Flat in 2002


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David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published December 27, 2001
However, several categories including CIO, CTO, network security and others expected to see gains.

The Roundup: Businesses Going Global, Acting Local


By

David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published December 26, 2001
Reports on localization services, the bad year for semiconductors, authentication tools in demand and server sales.

2002: New Goals for IT Investment


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David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published December 20, 2001
After a lull in spending, CIOs are seen focusing on projects that yield cost savings, such as consolidation of servers and applications.

The Roundup: Tech Spending Preps for Recovery


By

David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published December 19, 2001
Reports on IT spending outlook for 2002, CIOs' new challenges, VPN growth and online spending.

Consolidation Forecast for Software Vendors


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David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published December 17, 2001
Slowdown in enterprise software spending will lead to 50% of major software vendors to be involved in merger, acquisition activity through 2003.

Proceed With Caution When Embracing Web Services


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David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published December 13, 2001
Prepare to hear lots more about Web services in 2002 as corporations and vendors latch on to the technology.

The Roundup: Biometrics Gaining Traction


By

David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published December 12, 2001
Financial services firms turn to biometrics, e-retailers learn from past mistakes and wireless LANs are taking off.

EMC's Vision: Cheap, Bountiful Storage


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David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published November 30, 2001
The CTO of the storage leader says the "digitization" of daily life will result in skyrocketing demands for storage and new strategies for deploying systems. The good news: Expect drastically reduced prices.

The Roundup: Top 5 Issues For IT Execs


By

David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published October 9, 2001
The Roundup looks at what's most on the minds of CIOs, mounting worries over job security, a growth in enterprise streaming media and storage software on the upswing.

The Roundup: Handling E-Mail Misuse


By

David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published August 21, 2001
A British firm finds that workers have no shortage of reasons to waste time with e-mail. Also, a look at the fragmented IT services market and money wasted on application server technology.

The Roundup: Fire Sale Prices for Storage?


By

David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published August 14, 2001
EMC and other storage firms are seen cutting deals to bolster sales amid the slowdown. Also, growth in enterprise streaming media and WLAN security.

The Roundup: Outsource Your CRM to Save Money


By

David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published August 7, 2001
This week's Roundup highlights CRM and wireless applications.

The Roundup: Pay Not Top Concern For IT Pros


By

David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published July 31, 2001
What makes IT workers happy? More than salary, the presence of new technologies, the chance to learn new skills and a challenging technical enrironment, according to a new survey. Also in The Roundup, remote workers, the use of business intelligence software and e-procurement methods all are on the upswing.

The Roundup: A Positive Outlook for IT Spending


By

David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published July 27, 2001
Two IT research firms delve into the muddy waters of predicting future spending on hardware and software and come up with generally positive outlooks. Also, executives sound off on CRM, and WLANs find believers.

The Roundup: Businesses Open Wallets For ASPs


By

David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published July 17, 2001
Promises of a healthy return on investment is driving hefty spending by companies on application service providers. Also in The Roundup, six steps to fixing a CRM program, at-work Web use skyrockets, and how not to oversell when recruiting new employees.

The Roundup: The Boss May Be Watching


By

David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published July 10, 2001
A new Privacy Foundation study says more than one in three U.S. workers who are online have their Internet or e-mail use under continuous surveillance by management.

The Roundup: No Vacation From E-Mail


By

David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published July 3, 2001
Get the feeling that e-mail is tightening its grip on your life? Gartner finds that business users can't even escape from the electronic missives while they're on vacation.

The Roundup: Supply Chain Spending To Soar


By

David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published June 26, 2001
In The Roundup this week, new research on the demand for supply chain services, the rise of biometrics, and what's on the mind of Canadian IT execs.

The Roundup: All Holds Barred


By

David Aponovich

| CIO Insights Article Published June 19, 2001
The Roundup this week includes new research on total security spending, demand for customer care services, and the Web's gender majority.