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  • The Grill: NFL CIO uses analytics to improve player safety

    Michelle McKenna-Doyle, CIO for the National Football League, is driving innovation with analytics, using sensors to track players on the field and monitoring player health and safety with lab analysis of helmets.

    Written by Robert L. Mitchell20 May 13 10:14
  • Wanted: IT staffers with vertical industry chops

    Fast-changing business processes, tight deadlines, customization demands and ever-growing regulations are complicating day-to-day operations. What's needed now is 'IT-plus' -- a combination of technical skills and business knowledge, plus deep industry expertise.

    Written by Julia King22 April 13 14:08
  • The Grill: Laura Pettit Rusick

    Working as an interim 'retained' CIO for multiple clients, Laura Pettit Rusick leads IT departments at various small and midsize companies, and that experience gives her insight into the technology challenges and opportunities that exist in a wide swath of U.S. businesses. Insider (registration required)

    Written by Mary K. Pratt22 April 13 10:05
  • IT's new assignment: Generate revenue

    As tech infiltrates every corner of the business, it's only natural that some IT departments are producing revenue-generating products and services.

    Written by Mary K. Pratt22 April 13 10:05
  • How entrepreneurial IT leaders can impact revenue

    Entrepreneurial IT leaders can offer unique insight, capability, experience and corporate leadership to the business. They are innovation-oriented and in an economy with uncertainty, they can find new methods for starting and sustaining revenue growth.

    Written by David R Soley16 April 13 13:25
  • The Grill: Chris Curran on 'The Year of the CIO'

    PricewaterhouseCoopers principal Chris Curran says CIOs must be ready to harness the power of a slew of technologies if they want to say competitive. Here Curran offers insight into his vision for IT through 2013 and beyond.

    Written by Mary K. Pratt08 April 13 10:08
  • Ready, set, compete: The benefits of IT innovation

    Welcome to 2013. As IT budgets loosen up and new projects get queued up, IT is learning to quickly tap into creative ideas for competitive advantage in a cutthroat marketplace.

    Written by Stacy Collett14 Jan. 13 11:04
  • New year, new you: The IT manager's revitalization guide

    Before diving into what's sure to be another rollercoaster year in IT, take a moment to retool your personal and professional priorities with some of our most insightful tech management articles.

    Written by Computerworld Staff01 Jan. 13 11:09
  • Microsoft's Sinofsky, by the numbers

    Microsoft is best known for Windows, and or the past six years, Steven Sinofsky has been best known as the man behind Windows. Even the numbers tell a story.

    Written by Gregg Keizer15 Nov. 12 12:17
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