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  • News: UK tech investment at highest level since 2001

    Venture capital investment in UK and Irish technology companies is at its highest level in a decade, according to the latest data from corporate finance firm Ascendant.

  • News: What's wrong with agile development: Culture, people top the list

    Agile development projects are succeeding, but when they fail, it's often due to staffing and teamwork issues

  • News: Environment Department to build ICT service providers panel

    The government seeks to establish an enterprise ICT panel of service providers at the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities.

  • News: Nextgen signs partnership deal with US-based V3 Systems

    Australia continues to draw virtualisation vendors, and despite growing competition, there are companies eager to take a piece of the pie.

  • News: MIS ASIA IT NATION 2013: Spending more on the same

    The 2013 edition of MIS Asia's annual IT Nation study was done in the last quarter of last year. And as in previous years, we canvassed the opinions of the most progressive information and communication technology leaders across Asia, with especial focus on the following: Singapore, Malaysia, India, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Indonesia and Thailand. Also as in all other editions, the IT Nation 2013 study made sure to gather the insights of these IT decision makers of user organisations from the entire spectrum of sectors/industries, including the Public Sector, Financial Services, Transport and Logistics and Manufacturing.

  • News: RSA 2013: Weatherford outlines 'cyber 9-1-1' plan

    Mark Weatherford, deputy undersecretary for cybersecurity at DHS, wants to set up a cyber 9-1-1 system for critical infrastructure. He outlined his vision today at the Cloud Security Alliance Summit, held as part of the RSA Conference.

  • News: How the 2013 Computerworld Premier 100 IT Leaders were chosen

    Each year, Computerworld accepts nominations from across the industry -- from vendors, IT users, public relations and marketing professionals, Computerworld readers and past Premier 100 honorees. Eligible nominees include CIOs, chief technology officers, senior vice presidents, vice presidents, IT directors and managers from a cross-section of user and vendor companies and their IT divisions, including but not limited to professionals in network management, database management, Web management, help desk operations, application development, project management, contract management or procurement.

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader profile: Vince Campisi

    Internet technology already allows consumers to remotely monitor their homes and start their cars using smartphones. At General Electric, Vince Campisi has been instrumental in taking remote sensoring and monitoring technology to the even bigger, untapped market of heavy industry.

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader profile: George M. Brenckle

    CIO George M. Brenckle has to balance access to information with ensuring security, but he acknowledges that information can't always be locked down, particularly in a healthcare organization like his. Doctors need access to data wherever they are to deliver the best care in the most efficient and effective way possible. So Brenckle and his team at UMass Memorial Health Care in Worcester, Mass., spent the past year developing a virtual desktop architecture to do just that.

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader: Judith L. Batenburg

    When Judith Batenburg started her job at Starz Entertainment six years ago, IT was isolated "by choice," she says. Starz's business is broadcasting -- the company provides premium movies and original programming -- not technology, and IT seemed happy to keep its head down and do its own thing. "I thought that was odd," says Batenburg, vice president of IT infrastructure and operations, "so over the course of the first few years, I worked hard to get the IT organization to see that they were there to serve a business need, not just provide email to people."

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader profile: Marlo Donate

    Three years ago, Marlo Donate lit a fire under Toyota Financial Services, a traditionally conservative, risk-averse company that often took two years to bring a new idea to market. She challenged the group to get up to speed with its competitors.

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader profile: Kevin Chase

    Kevin Chase has three objectives as CIO and senior vice president at Dallas-based Energy Future Holdings. He wants IT to do the following: understand the business units' top priorities and deliver systems that allow them to achieve those goals, continue its drive for operational excellence and system reliability, and consistently and constantly evaluate and minimize risk.

  • News: The 2013 Computerworld Premier 100 IT Leaders: On the fast track

    It started as a research project to explore how Steelcase's customers might benefit from products with built-in collaboration technologies. What emerged is Media:Scape, a line of high-tech multimedia office equipment that is now on the sales fast track at the Grand Rapids, Mich.-based office furniture manufacturer. Steelcase's IT department was front and center in the innovation effort, developing, building and managing the first prototypes of the products, which feature high-definition videoconferencing capabilities.

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader profile: JR Gamez

    Inspiration struck JR Gamez at a city council meeting. As the Redwood City, Calif., police chief listened to a developer tell the councilors that he could get more done if he didn't have to come into City Hall for everything, he wondered whether his officers could be more efficient if they had more flexibility with when and where they meet citizens.

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader profile: Joseph Eckroth

    For Joseph Eckroth, success comes from thinking big while paying close attention to the little things.

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader: Kris Herrin

    Since its founding in 1997, Heartland Payment Systems has grown to become the sixth-largest payments processor in the U.S.

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leaders: Lucille Mayer and Ramaswamy Nagappan

    The co-CIOs at Pershing have to juggle the demands of the Jersey City, N.J-based company's 1,500 clients, for whom they provide IT services. Those clients -- global financial services firms, investment advisers, banks and insurance companies -- must comply with a variety of laws and regulations. But they also need tools that enable them to operate efficiently and give them competitive advantages.

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader: Greg Meyers

    If you're wondering what a next-generation IT leader looks like, look no further than Greg Meyers, vice president of IT at Biogen Idec, a $6 billion specialty pharmaceutical company based in Weston, Mass.

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader: Tamara Payne

    Given FedEx's focus on speed, it should come as no surprise that the company has created a way to significantly cut software-testing time.

  • News: Premier 100 IT Leader: Mark Reilley

    Mark Reilley, IT director at Washington-based Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, takes issue with the notion that the nonprofit world is any less competitive than the private sector.

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