Top Technology Stories of 2008
No matter how you look at it, 2008 was historic. But lost in the economic chaos and the euphoria over the election of the first African-American president was the fact that it was also a very busy year on the technology front. What were the top technology stories of 2008? We present you the top picks of CIOZone editors and CIOZone members.
Technology Turkeys of 2008
Stock Photo Company Corbis Names Rajiv Jain CTO
We've all heard about the glass ceiling, but now British academics have come out with a study that says women are often set up to fail. In the Women in IT group, Ellen Pearlman shares results of the study that found women are often appointed to powerful positions where the situation is hopeless.
Ingram Micro Taps Federal-Mogul for CIO
MidMarket | Mobile and Wireless | Server Technology | Security | Business Intelligence | Unified Communications | Open Source | Careers | Virtualization | Green IT
IBM Zone | AMD Corporate Computing Zone |
| Virtues of the Visionary Vendor
Having a better or more visionary technology doesn’t always translate into market share. In CIO Conversations, David Carr looks at software vendor Panda Security’s uphill efforts to gain market share against much bigger rivals based on the virtues of its security wares.
Training on the iPod Touch
Chauvinists Earn More
Are stereotypical chauvinist males in charge at your company? Chances are they're also getting paid more than their egalitarian counterparts. In the Women in IT Group, Ellen Pearlman shares the results of a study that reveals men who hold more traditional or chauvinistic ideas about women in the workplace, are pulling in bigger salaries. How much bigger? You’ll be surprised.
Want A Free CIOZone.com Coffee Mug?