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The evolving role of IT managers and CIOs: Findings from the 2010 IBM Global IT Risk Study
To better understand how companies are approaching and managing IT risk across their business, read the 2010 IBM Global IT Risk study.
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Emerging Information Technologies
When we talk about trends in technology, there are many perspectives from which to look at them.
Home Is Where the Heart Monitor Is
Manufacturers that can deliver an affordable, quality device will do well in the growing consumer market.
Get Ready For Lots Of New Data Requests
Srini Giridhar, IBM Institute for Business Values' global banking lead, argues that the best IT systems won't just permit compliance with the new rules, but also enable better business decisions.
Denmark Ranking High in E-Readiness
This year Denmark comes in second in IBM and the Economist Intelligence Unit's international survey of how 70 countries perform in converting digital opportunities to social and economic development.
How Data Will Build The Cities Of The Future
They must compete for the very best workers, worldwide. The only way to get an edge is with information about what they can offer those workers.
CEO's see complexity of Global economy as top challenge
A survey shows that global chief executives have ranked the increasing complexity of the global economy as the top challenge facing businesses this decade, according to a Straits Times report Friday.
Creativity is key to CEOs
According to an IBM survey of 1,541 chief executives from 60 countries and 33 industries globally, chief executive officers (CEOs) identified 'creativity' as the most important leadership quality.
Industry thought leadership
Beyond Content: Capitalizing on the new revenue opportunities
As consumers continue to enhance and replace traditional media consumption with digital experiences, incumbent Media and Entertainment companies face both a potential revenue challenge and an opportunity.
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Evaluate business process performance using open standards for benchmarking
Our benchmarking data is built around a common, cross-industry Process Classification Framework, which means that business performance can be objectively evaluated.
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