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  • Dow Jones & Company
    HIGH-TECH REPORTER, present
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    Staff writer, 2012 - 2012
  • Ziff Davis Enterprise
    Senior writer, 2007 - 2012
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A staff reporter for Wall Street Journal's CIO Journal, I cover technology concerns CIOs grapple with at large organizations.
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Survived a company takeover that jettisoned 90% of the staff, then made a graceful exit to my new employer.
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Despite the promise of big data, most analytics projects suffer from bad data syndrome, the result of tension between CIOs and line of business managers.
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Dawn Lepore parlayed her IT work at Charles Schwab in the mid-1990s to become CEO of Drugstore.com in 2004. She offers CIOs some pointers on how take it up a level.
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Yale New Haven Hospital is using feedback software and tablets to help bolster patient satisfaction and, ideally, outcomes, says CIO Lisa Stump.
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Having already produced a successful mobile application, Walgreens CIO Abhi Dhar is implementing Hadoop to lower the cost of storing and processing the large amounts of data that app is generating.
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How about stop spending money on "data processing" and use it to lower the prices in the stores?  That's how you "drive more value" for your customers.  Prices. Period.
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CIOs are still lukewarm to the idea of sharing the cybersecurity threat information the U.S. government is requesting in its Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act. Department of Homeland Security official Andy Ozment reassures IT executives that the feds just want to ‘help you.’
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Durgesh Sharma is out at Colliers International after developing custom client and broker applications, which he hosted in Microsoft’s Azure public cloud.
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BDP International slashed its annual Oracle database software support fees by more than half thanks to the help of a third-party vendor. It's a trend that's catching on with CIOs.
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Avnet’s CIO Steve Phillips plans to build and test a software-defined network and an Internet of Things solution for predictive machine maintenance. He will also mix agile and waterfall methodologies, as part of a plan to adopt a bimodal IT development process.
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New Relic, on Cusp of IPO, Cashes in on IT Performance Anxiety
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As digital business takes off, companies need new tools to assess the performance of websites, mobile apps, and more. Enter New Relic, which

For CIOs, Universities Can’t Train Data Scientists Fast Enough
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Chief information officers are struggling to find so-called data scientists, a challenge that universities are tackling with cross-disciplin

Ford’s Marcy Klevorn Promoted to CIO
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Ford Motor Co. has tapped Marcy Klevorn to be vice president and chief information officer, starting January 1. She will report to Ford Pres

Georgetown University CIO Seeks Business Partner for Analytics Push
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Georgetown University CIO Lisa Davis is analyzing vast amounts of data about the private school. But she needs someone intimately familiar w

Avis Budget Shifts to Linux to Cut Software Costs in Half
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CIO Gerard Insall predicts major cost savings by shifting away from an IBM operating system. The move is part of a larger IT modernization p

Big Data Meets AI: How the U.K.’s National Health Service Uses Analytics
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The U.K.'s National Health Service is using analytics software to pluck numerical and text data on health care facilities from spreadsheets

CIOs Cheer Microsoft’s Move to User-based Licensing
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CIOs say Microsoft’s shift to user-based licensing from a device-based model for Windows and Office will make it easier and more cost effect

Workday to Make Netflix-like Recommendations
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Workday Inc. plans to bring recommendations into its human resources and financial cloud services in 2015.

CIOs Use Social Software to Help the Help Desk
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CIOs are using social software that allows employees to ask questions online and quickly get answers about anything from business software t

Michael Dell Sees Advantage in Rivals’ ‘Chaos and Confusion’
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Dell Founder and CEO Michael Dell says going private has helped the company accelerate new products to market and make strategic investments

Brook Colangelo Had to Kill IT to Save it at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
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He changed the name to ‘technology group,’ because the reputation of the information technology team had suffered internally. “I couldn’t re

Amazon Hiring CIOs to ‘Shake Hands with IT’
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Amazon.com is quietly hiring chief information officers to pitch prospective customers on the benefits of its cloud.

CIOs Say It’s Time to Rewire Talent, the Most Important Network
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“IT is 100% about collaboration and teamwork,” says Frank Wander, the founder and CEO of PeopleProductive and the former CIO of Guardian Lif

CIOs Broker Cloud Services, Thanks to Shadow IT
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CIOs, emboldened by stronger internal processes and a maturing market for rented software, are working with their business peers to select c

Cyber Security Business Doubles for London Insurer
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Miller Insurance Services’s cyber insurance business has doubled in 2014, with the London company selling "hundreds" of policies following s

CIOs Say Email is Here to Stay
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As overwhelming as email can be, it remains the critical business communications tool, CIOs say.

Wal-Mart Changes the Way it Prioritizes IT Projects
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Wal-Mart is changing the way it prioritizes and funds IT projects, creating a single IT project portfolio for the entire company globally.

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Seeks to ‘Harmonize’ With CIOs
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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella signals that CIOs and the enterprise are an important part of Microsoft’s Azure strategy going forward.

IBM: CIOs Speak … Honestly
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A sampling of CIOs said they don’t view International Business Machines Corp.--which capitulated Monday to the harsh reality of its market,

Google CIO Ben Fried Says Businesses Have Not Begun to Tap Smartphone’s ...
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Google CIO Ben FriedCIO Journal Editor Steven Rosenbush spoke with Google CIO Ben Fried about the link between corporate culture and IT. Edi