Do CIOs matter?
The job requires a complex set of skills and an ability to finesse the fine print
Karen Evans: CIOs do matter
To be truly effective, IT leaders need to make sure they matter
7 habits of highly effective CIOs
Experts say focus, find strengths, build bridges, talk plainly and listen
SANS: Popular certifications don't ensure security
Effective training emphasizes technical knowledge, survey says
Web Extra: DOD, orgs: SANS survey findings not dire
Defense Department re-evaluates DIMHRS, awaits feedback
Congress must OK e-gov costs
Comings and goings
Editorial: Why CIOs matter
McConnell: Lines of responsibility
Flyzik: A question of credibility
Welles: Will 2006 be a good year?
Opportunity knocks for CIOs
Choices for advanced education and training keep pace with CIOs' evolving roles
Time management in a BlackBerry world
CIOs prepare for new technology challenges
Information sharing, hurricane response will propel many 2006 IT programs
TCS' Mongoose has a long reach
Sun's StarOffice is cheap, but loaded with functionality
More power in your Palm
How to ask the CIO to dance
Strong long-term partnerships always start with the earliest steps
CIOs chart new path of partnership
CXOs crowd the landscape
Too many chiefs at the workplace force CIOs to dodge IT turf wars
CIOs want the power of the purse
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