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BEST OF BRITISH
Lee Bingham helps ensure that fashion aficionados can enjoy the same luxury Paul Smith experience online as in-store
NBC Universal’s Andrew Jordan on the demands of the digital media revolution
GE isn’t just one company but eight, says EMEA CIO Neil Dyke as he seeks common technology ground among them
THE BIG STORY
TO DELL AND BACK
How might Michael Dell’s return to the helm of the company he founded spur a revival in fortunes as mobile takes hold?
A LICENCE FOR CHANGE
Sub-licence buyer beware, warns Alistair Maughan, as Jerry Fishenden hails the corporate face of the Government CTO
END OF THE PEER SHOW
The trend for presenting IT as internal supplier merely breeds contempt among demanding users, says Ade McCormack
Is HP’s reorganisation radical enough to win the business of the new breed of technology buyer, asks Richard Sykes
THE SCIENCE BIT
Big Data solutions are nothing without an application of data science, writes Barclays Bank CIO Anthony Watson
MIND THE APP
Employees are increasingly using their favourite, unauthorised, apps to carry out tasks. Should you condone or control?
BLAST FROM THE PAST
Whatever happened to our 20 companies to watch in 2010? CIO plays catch-up...
THE BACK END
What does ‘CIO’ stand for? We find 50 alternatives, unveil our new website and look ahead to the launch of CIO100 2013