Not to dismiss their importance, but CIOs usually play limited roles. They quarterback their companies’ use of technology and flow of information. While this affects many of their firm’s big decisions, CIOs have little direct say on strategy. This often keeps them pigeonholed. They lack the broader experience needed for COO and CEO jobs, but are not able to gather this...
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TENS of thousands of pages from police files have been found at Melbourne premises linked to motorcycle gangs, Victoria's police chief says.
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Here in Las Vegas, Interop is one of those granddaddy technology shows where CIOs from around the world look to the hundreds of vendors who come to showcase their latest and greatest products and services as a barometer for what’s next. Some years though, what’s hot isn’t necessarily the flashiest new launches; it’s all about how to make last year’s hottest news (or even the...
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Police files show Loughner's parents were so concerned about his behavior, they took his shotgun and disabled his car.
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VICTORIA'S police chief has revealed that police files have been found at a property linked to bikies and a taskforce has been set up to find out why.
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Hundreds of police files on celebrities and politicians accused of sex assault were so heavily protected that even officers investigating claims could not access them.
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By now, it's become a tired old tech industry bromide: CIOs need to be business-savvy. But while that sentiment remains true, technology trends, generational shifts in the workforce and changing demands from end users are forcing CIOs to go further and fundamentally rethink their roles, according to members of a panel at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan CIO...
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In a controversial move, the European Union’s crime intelligence agency would be allowed to demand access to private police files.
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Long before the terrible tragedy of the Boston Marathon, there was little question that we’ve been living in the Age of Anxiety. How quaint it seems to think of Franklin Roosevelt’s “Nothing to fear but fear itself” speech. For more than a decade, we’ve had a limitless amount of things to fear.
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A reshuffling of mental health care could lead to the creation of an eight-bed stabilization unit in Fayetteville to help keep patients out of jail and emergency rooms.
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