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Want innovation? Give your CIO time

Everyone wants to innovate. But who has the time? A group of high-level IT leaders gathered in San Diego for an exclusive round-table dinner. Lack of time was repeatedly pointed to as the biggest factor standing in the way of innovation. If one thing sucks all the power out of change and innovation, it’s being reactive - said one CIO. The cross-industry discussion in San Diego revealed a t … [Read More...]

How one CIO transformed a million-dollar company with no IT

No resource planning software. No product development strategy. No IT. Add to that a household brand, millions of dollars of sales and exponential growth across the globe, and what do you get? Some … [Read More...]

Getting Hacked is Good: Innovation Executive Forum Security Council

You didn’t read that headline wrong. Getting hacked can be good. For CIO’s and Security Officers, suffering an attack, like a phishing or whaling scam, can actually be a good thing. Take for exa … [Read More...]

Whaling is getting worse. Here’s how you can stop it

With over $3 billion in damages over three years, not only are whaling attacks on the rise — they are evolving in new and nefarious ways to do more damage to your enterprise. This is the warning c … [Read More...]

Vox Pop: IT for the People, by the People in Montreal

Part 1: Bottoms Up: Driving change with grassroots strategies Fruitful relationships at the C-Level are crucial for IT leaders to drive change and innovation across the business. But there is often … [Read More...]

No Silver Bullets: The complicated state of IT security

If only securing your business was like killing werewolves. All you’d need is a trusty silver bullet and your problems would be solved. As we saw at our first ever IEF Security Council conference c … [Read More...]