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HP Helps CIOs Run IT Like a Business

At HP Software Universe this week, HP unveiled its Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) to help CIOs contain IT costs by using business analytics to make better decisions, operate more efficiently and better align IT activities with the rest of the business.

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Gartner Sets CIO Leadership Forum for Jan. 25-27

To help CIOs deal with new, unprecedented challenges that require them to make critical changes across their enterprises and IT organizations, Gartner Inc. is holding its CIO Leadership Forum on Jan,. 25-27, 2009 in Palm Springs, Calif. Learn more about this invitation-only event, and submit an application to attend.

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Gartner CIO Leadership Forum Set For Jan. 25-27 in Palm Springs

To help CIOs deal with new, unprecedented challenges that require them to make critical changes across their enterprises and IT organizations, Gartner Inc. is holding its CIO Leadership Forum on Jan,. 25-27, 2009. The invitation-only event will take place at the Hyatt Grand Champion Resort, Villas & Spa in Palm Springs, Calif.

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Survey: CIOs Concerned over IT Skills Gap

CIOs are expressing a growing concern over the skills gaps on their IT teams between key sills they view as important and the capability of their team members to deliver on those skills, according to a recent CIO survey by the Harvey Nash Group and funded by PriceWaterhouseCoopers. IDN looks at where CIOs say their teams are falling down.

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Survey: 2006 Brighter for Dev, Architect Jobs

After some dry years, software architects and devs in 2006 may see their biggest up ticks in salaries since the bubble burst, according to a leading IT recruiter. But, more money will mean more work. Among the big winners: professionals who can bridge high-tech and business needs using web-to-legacy integration, analytics, SOA and security.

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Dev Jobs Outlook Bright for 2006

In 2006, salaries for software architects and devs may finally see their biggest up ticks since the bubble burst, according to CIO surveys conducted by a leading international IT recruiter. But, with higher salaries will come bigger workloads. Among the big winners: professionals who can bridge high-tech and business needs using web-to-legacy integration, analytics, SOA and security.

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CIO Survey: More Work, More Money in 2006

In 2006, high-tech salaries for software architects and devs may see their biggest upticks since the bubble burst, according to recent CIO surveys. But, with higher salaries will come bigger workloads. Nonetheless, the big winners will include pros who can bridge tech and business needs with web-to-legacy integration, analytics, SOA and security.

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IT Asks Regulators for Better Communications

A group of top CIOs, led by H&R Block, says the growing cost and complexities of complying with Sarbanes-Oxley are looking for better face-to-face communications between CIOs and government regulators. See what the CIO Executive Council says you should watch for when tackling IT architectures to comply with complex regs.

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