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CIO magazine subscription and CIO Plus membership

To continue receiving your copy of CIO magazine in 2015, now is the time to register for our new CIO Plus membership package

The October edition of CIO magazine is out, containing interviews with National Trust CIO Sarah Flannigan, an update with easyJet CIO…

By CIO Staff | 23 October 2014

Apple Pay could be big boost for Android NFC payments

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Mobile

Apple Pay could be big boost for Android NFC payments

Success for Apple Pay could push others in the mobile NFC payment market to up their game

Apple Pay launched yesterday, bringing considerable publicity to a technology that's already embedded in millions of Android smartphones…

By Martyn Williams | 21 October 2014

Shadow IT - Why CIOs need to say 'Yes' more often

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Security

Shadow IT - Why CIOs need to say 'Yes' more often

Employees at your organisation have found better ways of working - the best you can do is make your seal of approval is on those new cloudy services

A recent study by the Cloud Security Alliance claimed that 54% of IT professionals think they have 10 or fewer cloud-based apps running…

By Raimund Genes | 15 October 2014

Communication skills and the CIO

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Communication skills and the CIO

By all means think 'tech' but make sure you're talking 'business' - that way you'll maximise your chances of communicating with all your stakeholders

The idea of the CIO as a weak communicator only able to talk tech and not the language of business is thankfully being eroded. It's a…

By Dean Gurden | 10 October 2014

HP Enterprise - What to watch

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Enterprise Applications

HP Enterprise - What to watch

Expect HP to move deeper into software, but it's not yet clear what kind, analysts say

HP's move to break up the company sets up the enterprise side of the business for a fresh attack on rivals such as Oracle and IBM.

By Chris Kanaracus | 7 October 2014

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