Expedia IT Specialist Accused of Insider Trading
The SEC says Jonathan Ly made $350,000 in illicit profits by trading on nonpublic information he obtained from Expedia's computers and email accounts.
IT Spending to Grow 3.3% in Next 5 Years
A new survey predicts big industries like financial services and manufacturing will lead the way in IT growth.
SunEdison Again Delays Filing of Annual Report
The renewable energy firm cited "material weaknesses" in its accounting caused primarily by "deficient information technology controls."
A Scorecard for Technology Debt
Corporate technology debt is frequently spawned by not considering the future time and effort that must be consumed if shortcuts misfire.
Accounting’s Big Data Problem
Reality is swiftly outpacing the ability of accountants to embrace Big Data. How can they catch up?
Readers Sound Off: The IT Talent Problem
Raising the ‘business IQ’ of technology talent is not as simple as it may sound, say technologists and business executives.
Meet the Worst Violators of Cyber-Security Policies
When senior managers don't follow information-security policies, they set a dangerous and destructive tone.
The Missing Link That Ties IT to the C-Suite
The business relationship executive is a conduit who can make interactions more fluid.
Get IT Right — Or Get Left Behind
Buying information technology is easy. Harnessing it to its full potential is the hard part.
CISOs: The CFOs of IT
Adding a chief information security officer to the executive-level management ranks can help protect a company from debilitating cyber threats.
Does IT Matter?
Packaged-enterprise applications may be popular, but a successful company will focus on its IT infrastructure.