Members in the News

07Jul2014

What CIOs Want From the Microsoft Drama: Better Software, Lower Costs

Stuart Kippelman, CIO, Covanta Energy Corp.; Harvey Batra, director of IT, The Truland Group Inc.; and Stephen Li, CIO, Barnabas Health – Jersey City Medical Center say Microsoft, which announced up to 18,000 job cuts on Thursday, can be expensive and difficult to work with, and that if it needs to cut costs and eliminate layers of bureaucracy to become more competitive, so be it.

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07Jul2014

How a CIO Navigated the Task of Creating Two Big Companies From One

Robert Logan, CIO of Leidos, discusses how his team balanced the difficult preparations for creating two publicly held companies, while at the same time providing services to a multibillion-dollar corporation. He shares lessons learned and where he’s taking IT for Leidos.

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06Jun2014

The Emergence of the Digital Pathfinder

While CIOs are classifying themselves as business strategists now more than ever, the percentage of CIOs who said that they are aligned with business goals is still only 34% according to the CIO Executive Council report, “State of the CIO Survey: Business Strategist CIOs Assume the Role of Digital Pathfinders.”

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06Jun2014

How Leading CIOs Deal With Shadow IT

Circumventing IT is easier then ever. Learn how Mojgan Lefebvre, SVP & CIO, Liberty Mutual; Tom Cullen, CIO, Driscoll’s; and Ursula Soritsch-Renier, CIO, Sulzer are minimizing the risks of shadow IT, optimizing opportunities and building better partnerships.

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05May2014

3 CIOs Share Tips for Plotting a Digital Path

How can you guide your organizations toward a digital business future? Eric Singleton, SVP & CIO, Chico’s FAS; Doug Porter, SVP of Operations & CIO, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association; and Bill McArthur, CIO, Scientific Games share their strategies for success.

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