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Top News for CIOs this week: CIOs to follow on Twitter, cyber-sleuthing, & app security

Jenessa_HP ‎04-04-2014 09:32 AM - edited ‎09-30-2015 07:02 AM

Now, more than ever, the executive offices need to collaborate with technologists. In order to embrace trends and the New Style of IT, the CIO must consider all stakeholders: employees, partners, suppliers, customers, etc. The CIO is involved in every aspect—from the workplace to the marketing center and throughout the customer experience. In order to stay updated on what this means for your enterprise, take a look at the following articles posted this week.


Then start strategizing!


What the industry is saying:


“The 100 CIO Top Guns of Twitter”

Enterprise CIO Forum

There was never a time when it was more important to listen to what your peers are saying. Do you want to know what’s working for similarly structured companies? Are you curious as to how an enterprise is innovating and driving growth? Can you pick up some tips as to how CIOs are protecting their companies from ever-present security threats? Check out John Dodge’s list of CIOs to watch from a variety of companies. (And even cities and universities!)




CyberSleuthing.jpg“Cyber-sleuthing part of the day job for digital age employee”

Business Value Exchange

We often speak of employee empowerment in terms of BYOD. But according to Helen Beckett, and trends among universities, security and digital forensics should be everyone’s concern. The more empowered employees are (at a variety of levels) to watch for red flags, the more opportunities to identify and halt potentially devastating hacks. Click here to read more.


What our thought leaders are saying:

digital business focus.jpg“Give digital a business focus”

BPO Blog

“Businesses globally have been rocked to their core by the explosion of the digital economy.” While this is true, the knowledge of effectively embracing digitization in all facets of your company has remained a mystery. Scott Robson, Business Solutions Executive gives a quick look as to the first steps a company can take when developing a data strategy. For example, own your intellectual property! Further analysis and insights are shared in his viewpoint paper


What analysts and publications are saying:

Forrester Logo.jpg“It’s time to level up your mobile application Security Program”

Forrester Research

BYOD can increase productivity and mobility, and has a number of other benefits. The biggest concern? SECURITY. This Forrester Research Report illustrates that security and risk professionals are not only worried about managing personally owned devices in the corporate environment, but the security of applications on these devices. CIO Insight continues to cover the topic in their blog post Mobile Apps Need Better Security.”



Don’t forget to check out HP Discover Insider for the latest news on HP Discover in Las Vegas, June 10 – 12. Spoiler: the big pillars of Cloud, Security, Big Data, and Mobility will have a big presence on the show floor! Click here for a description and videos.


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