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CVS IT Chief on Business-IT Alignment

– Thomas Wailgum, March 29, 2010 Stuart McGuigan will patiently talk with you about business-IT alignment, though he doesn’t seem enthralled by the topic. To the CIO of CVS Caremark, one of the largest retail and pharmacy chains in the U.S. with 60,000 pharmacies, the conversation almost seems like it’s “been there, done that.” […]

CIOs Care About the Semantic Web, Mar 22, 2010 By Jennifer Zaino Now we know that CIOs care about the semantic web: The 2010 MIT Sloan CIO Symposium, which takes place in May, will feature a panel on Enterprise 3.0 where experts will discuss emerging approaches to effective knowledge management and new services for better data integration. Web 2.0 initiatives, social […]

IT Governance – Issue 6

What’s in this issue We’ll now turn to a somewhat more familiar aspect of IT, business applications.  In truth these are what most people think of when discussing what IT does and while they are not the be all of IT they are an important output that must be controlled and directed. Since the users […]

eHealth Panel – The CIOs Role in Delivering New Models of Care

The Healthcare Sector in the United States is going to change in the very near future. Join us on May 19 as our panel of industry experts discuss the implications across all industry segments. As the aging population grows and cost of health care rises, the concept of Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) is emerging. The […]