In this edition of CIO Quick Takes, four IT leaders reveal what they think vendors need to know about the CIO role and the buying process. Recent data trends have given this evergreen topic new life and urgency.
Not all IT vendor relationships are destined to progress to the level of “strategic partnership.” Some, in fact, may need to regress.
President Trump is launching a special council to upgrade the U.S. government’s IT services. “Americans deserve better digital services from their government,” the executive order, released on Monday, said.
We celebrate the 30th anniversary of the CIO 100 awards program by recognizing 100 organizations for their business and technology innovation. CIO.com is also proud to announce this year’s class of CIO Hall of Fame inductees.
Many government agencies have already moved basic applications and services to the cloud, but when it comes to the next wave, CIOs must take a hard look at their systems and negotiate flexible contracts with vendors.
Automation and orchestration technology can address a raft of challenges facing federal agencies.
Marketers share their top tips for crafting content and messaging that will make your company more appealing to consumers – and help you stand out from the competition.
It’s been more than two years into the most ambitious overhaul of federal IT in almost 20 years, and many CIOs say they still lack authority over new acquisitions and aren’t able to halt failing projects.
The 16th annual State of the CIO report shows that the life of the dual-role CIO is both more challenging and more rewarding. Get used to the new reality.
Trends toward higher pay and demand for specialized skills continue apace, creating opportunities for contractors across the industry.