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Computers for back to school: Repair or replace?

Students all over the United States are heading back to school.  One question about their computer lingers in their minds and the minds of their parents.  Should we repair it or replace it?  In this article we’ll go through several criteria to decide whether or not the system may be worth repairing or if it is […]

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3 secrets to CIO longevity

Does it ever seem like the position of CIO is just part of a big game of musical chairs? One day, somebody’s in, his vision and experience heralded. The next day, he’s out, “pursuing other projects.” The game is especially insidious because the stakes are high in IT — system deployments tend to be in place for a long time and, as one recruiter noted, it takes a while to change a ship’s course.

Too often, CIOs work to put new strategies in place and then aren’t around long enough to see the fruits of their labors. In a November 2013 survey of 484 CIOs and IT executives, the Society for Information Management reported that the average CIO tenure was 5.2 years in 2013, down from 5.96 in 2012, but up from 4.45 in 2011.

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Source: Computer World

5 veteran CIOs take stock of the changing tech sector

“Career is over?” Not for these leaders

5 long-tenured CIOs

In addition to picking the brains of long-tenured IT leaders in our feature article 3 secrets to CIO longevity, we took an extra moment to ask some of those executives to reflect on what’s changed since they first took office – from enterprise projects and desktop hardware to the emergence of cloud, mobile and social.

Even more than other CIOs, these veterans realize that change is the only constant in IT. Or, as Citrix Systems CIO Paul Martine puts it, “Don’t get married to technology, because you’ll have to divorce it someday.” 

Read on for insights from these five long-timers, then use the Comments button to share your own hard-earned wisdom.

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Source: Computer World