By Justin Chugg, CIO, Telarus, Inc
According to Alaa Saayed, industry analyst for unified communications at Frost & Sullivan, “Eighty percent of worldwide office workers are desk-bound the majority of the time”.
By David Chou, CIO, University of Mississippi Medical Center
Every enterprise is thinking about the digital disruption and we are in the perfect position to lead the transformation, if we do not take on the challenge then we will be the next CIO (Career Is Over)....
By Darin Morrow, VP & CIO, Cricket Wireless
Our responsibility as CIOs is to get our companies to the future, faster.
By Ignacio Perrone, Director of Telecommunications, Frost & Sullivan
No matter how we call this new phase, it is for sure the most profound transformation since World War II.
By Stephen Downey, SVP Consumer Electronics & Healthcare, GEODIS
With a stand-alone, single building, an employee has a more limited career path as there are most likely fewer management opportunities and less job diversity.
By Chris Wagner, Co-founder and Executive Vice President, NeuLion
There is a fundamental shift taking place in the way that audiences consume sports and entertainment media.
By Steven Fulghum, Director, Device Logistics and Procurement, U.S. Cellular
It is no surprise that returns of consumer goods is a topic most companies wish to avoid. Returns are costly, difficult to manage logistically, and prone to process errors that can adversely affect the customer experience.
By Mohit Aron, CEO, Cohesity
To handle the new wave of data demands, companies need to find a path through the fragmented storage landscape that confronts them today
By Jon Tilbury, CEO, Preservica
Digital preservation needs to be built into the corporate information landscape
By Shahbaz Ali, President & CEO, Tarmin
Tarmin and NetApp are well on their way to delivering benefits to customers who understand the importance of data centricity