Technology Calls Shots on TV News
New computerized control systems are having a big and somewhat unwelcome impact on television news operations, writes David Carr in the CIO Conversations forum. News directors are using the systems to directly control camera shots, audio and video, rather than call out commands to operators. But is it ready for prime time?
Former Sprint CIO Joins Wireless Venture
Former Sprint CIO Richard LeFave has joined Validas, a company that uses a Web platform to help consumers manage their cell phone plans and save money on their bills. LeFave will act as a senior technology advisor and guide the company's business development efforts.
Baker Hughes Adds Marketing to CTO Role
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IT Spending in 2009: Mitigating the Pain
Many IT organizations will reduce their spending in 2009. In the latest McKinsey Quarterly principal analyst James Kaplan discusses how a strong management focus can mitigate the pain and create opportunities.
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How to Recession-Proof IT
Whatever the economic realities may be, technology is an integral part of the majority of business operations the world over. How do you maintain your tech-reliant operations in the midst of a challenging business climate?
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