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What Type of Leader Are You?


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Daniel Gingras

| CIO Insights Article Published June 27, 2007
Like it or not, a CIO's job is to lead. Find out what kind of leader you are. It helps to know, writes CIO Update columnist Dan Gingras of Tatum, LLC.

To Build or Buy? That is No Longer the Question - Part II


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Daniel Gingras

| CIO Insights Article Published January 25, 2007
With the days of custom software development numbered, CIO Update columnist Dan Gingras of Tatum, LLC, offers his insights into navigating the selection process in Part II of this two-part series.

To Build or Buy? That is No Longer The Question - Part I


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Daniel Gingras

| CIO Insights Article Published December 15, 2006
The days of custom software development are numbered, writes CIO Update columnist Dan Gingras of Tatum, LLC, in Part I of this two-part series.

The ERP Renaissance


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Daniel Gingras

| CIO Insights Article Published November 17, 2006
ERP is once again becoming a board room buzz-word, writes CIO Update columnist Dan Gingras of Tatum, LLC.

Is the CIO Obsolete?


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Daniel Gingras

| CIO Insights Article Published October 23, 2006
A true CIO is not, but how many CIOs really are CIOs?, asks CIO Update columnist Dan Gingras of Tatum, LLC.

The Death of the Internet?


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Daniel Gingras

| CIO Insights Article Published July 21, 2006
If left unchecked, cyber-criminals could put an end to eCommerce, writes CIO Update columnist Dan Gingras of Tatum, LLC.

Negotiation Skills are Critical to Long-Term Commitments


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Daniel Gingras

| CIO Insights Article Published May 19, 2006
Because IT is so much more than just bits and bites, negotiation skills need to be part of any IT manager's bag of tricks, writes CIO Update columnist Dan Gingras of Tatum Partners.

It's Time for New IT Governance Models


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Daniel Gingras

| CIO Insights Article Published March 31, 2006
To whom the CIO reports says a lot about IT and it's value to the organization, writes CIO Update columnist Dan Gingras of Tatum Partners.

Where Does Your Organization Fit?


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Daniel Gingras

| CIO Insights Article Published January 20, 2006
Frustrated? Banging your head against the wall? Maybe you're running an IT shop that isn't what you think it is, writes CIO Update columnist Dan Gingras of Tatum Partners.

The Rise of Architecture


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Daniel Gingras

| CIO Insights Article Published December 16, 2005
Understanding the underpinnings of your infrastructure, its architecture, is the first step in getting the most from IT, writes CIO Update columnist Dan Gingras of Tatum Partners.

How to Hire the Best CIO


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Daniel Gingras

| CIO Insights Article Published November 18, 2005
These are the six things every CEO should think about before hiring a new CIO, writes CIO Update columnist Dan Gingras of Tatum Partners.

Identity in Crisis


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Daniel Gingras

| CIO Insights Article Published October 21, 2005
If ID management isn't at the top of your agenda, it should be, writes CIO Update columnist Dan Gingras of Tatum Partners.

The 'Global Brain' and Corporate Knowledge Management


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Daniel Gingras

| CIO Insights Article Published September 23, 2005
Google isn't just for the masses anymore, writers CIO Update columnist Dan Gingras of Tatum Partners.

The More Things Change ...


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Daniel Gingras

| CIO Insights Article Published August 5, 2005
Since truly "new" technology is hard to come by, it needs to be evaluated carefully before taking the plunge, writes CIO Update columnist Dan Gingras of Tatum Partners.

CIO: It's More Than Just a Title


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Daniel Gingras

| CIO Insights Article Published May 20, 2005
Filling the CIO's role takes more than an ad in the newspaper, writes CIO Update columnist Dan Gingras of Tatum Partners.

The Bilingual CIO


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Daniel Gingras

| CIO Insights Article Published April 22, 2005

Learning the language of business is essential today if you are going to effectively bridge the gap between IT and the business, writes CIO Update columnist Dan Gingras of Tatum Partners.

Surviving as the First CIO, Part II


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Daniel Gingras

| CIO Insights Article Published March 18, 2005
Mine fields and being a company's first CIO share a lot of common ground. Here's a few tips on how to avoid the mines from CIO Update columnist Dan Gingras of Tatum Partners and survive the first year on the job.

Surviving as the First CIO


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Daniel Gingras

| CIO Insights Article Published February 28, 2005
It's usually considered a good thing to be first but, beware, there are some pitfalls if you are the first CIO a company has ever had, writes CIO Update guest columnist Daniel Gingras of Tatum Partners in part I of this two-part series.