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CIOs: Match security plans to your company's 'risk appetite'
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CIOs: Match security plans to your company's 'risk appetite'

CIOs discuss their risk-management strategies for dealing with cybersecurity threats and the aftermath of a data breach.

The year in security, identify theft and fraud

The year in security, identify theft and fraud

There’s a lot we can say about cybersecurity, identify theft and fraud in 2015, but we’re going to let our infographic tell the story.

2015: The year in security, identify theft and fraud

2015: The year in security, identify theft and fraud

There’s a lot we can say about cybersecurity, identify theft and fraud in 2015, but we’re going to let our infographic tell the story.

Best cities for tech workers ready to make a move

Best cities for tech workers ready to make a move

If you're an IT pro with a strong resume and a bit of wanderlust, check out the 10 metro regions that offer the best potential.

Free Course: The dark side of technology careers

Free Course: The dark side of technology careers

In partnership with tech training provider PluralSight, CIO.com offers a free online course to help you learn about the bad things that can happen in tech careers and how to avoid, overcome or survive them.

CIO and CMO at crossroads

Today, organizations are connecting with their customers through well-synchronized, software-defined experiences. Home automation systems from Nest and Honeywell are differentiated not on the physical features and capabilities of...

CIOs predict IT spending to increase

Mobile apps and tablets are the areas identified most frequently for investment, according to CIO Research's poll of IT executives. However, analytics, cloud and enterprise security spending aren't far behind.

Consumerization of IT in the enterprise starting to pay off

Businesses are beginning to reap ROI and productivity benefits from consumer technologies such as smartphones and tablets, according to a survey of 1,155 IT decision-makers conducted by IDG Enterprise.

Most CIOs Planning to Boost IT Investments for 2013

A majority (albeit by the slightest of margins) of IT leaders say they plan to increase their IT budgets in the coming year, according to a recent survey of 188 top IT executives.

Automotive sites boost CRM

While the number of U.S. automotive Web sites offering e-mail contact declined from 90% to 86% from August 2001 to August 2002, automakers have made strides in CRM.

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