CEOs Learn the Technology Ropes

Business Week writes Burned by pricey projects with scant returns in the ’90s, chief execs are now savvier and watch CIOs and IT spending far closer (full story)
Business Week has a great technology section this week:

CEOs Learn the Technology Ropes
Burned by pricey projects with scant returns in the ’90s, chief execs are now savvier and watch CIOs and IT spending far closer
Telecom Tops Corporate To-Do Lists
As businesses start exploring services like Wi-Fi and VoIP, experts say “tread cautiously” till this fast-changing tech settles down
Tools for Execs on the Go
Wireless devices and Wi-Fi access let road warriors tackle the e-mail deluge during free moments, easing their long days a bit
Taming the IT Project Monster
Getting the big technology jobs done that your company depends on takes a disciplined, clear-eyed approach. Here’s a primer for execs
The Let-Someone-Else-Do-It Strategy
Outsourcing tech functions can be a big money-saver. Just don’t ignore the hidden costs, oversight issues, and other pitfalls
Privacy: What CEOs Need to Know
If chief execs aren’t up on the issue yet, they better learn fast: Customers won’t stand for anything less
Sneak Peeks at Tomorrow’s Office
From wraparound computer screens to “electronic assistants” that summarize data, here’s what you have to look forward to
A Post-Privacy Future for Workers
Futurist Faith Popcorn says productivity-obsessed companies will soon monitor everything from your health to your emotional needs
Info Security “from the Ground Up”
With more threats and stricter laws, being “reactive” isn’t enough. Now companies are building safety directly into their systems
Hiring Techies Is as Tricky as Ever
Although job seekers are everywhere, the top talent is still hard to come by, making creative recruitment a necessity

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