Dan Muse

Editor, Insider Pro and audience engagement director, IDG Communications

Dan Muse is the editor of Insider Pro and director of audience engagement for IDG's B2B sites and the former editor in chief of CIO.com. He's covered technology for three decades and held senior editorial positions with Ziff Davis, Jupitermedia, Disney Publishing, McGraw-Hill and Advance Digital.

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State of the CIO 2017: More challenging, still complicated

State of the CIO 2017: More challenging, still complicated

The 16th annual State of the CIO report shows that the life of the dual-role CIO is both more challenging and more rewarding. Get used to the new reality.

State of the CIO 2016: It's complicated

The 15th annual State of CIO report reveals IT leaders are caught between the need to ensure functional efficiency and shore up security, and many technology executives seek to drive digital transformation as strategic business...

Cloud services will drive UC&C spending

Cloud services will drive UC&C spending

IT leaders at both enterprises and small businesses expect to invest in unified communication and collaboration -- spending on both hosted and hybrid cloud adoption will significantly increase. (Download our exclusive research and...

CIOs report that spending Is on the rise

CIOs report that spending Is on the rise

IT leaders expect to see bigger technology budgets in the coming year, according to CIO’s most recent Tech Poll. However, while spending in key areas is up, CIOs aren't buying into all the buzz-worthy trends.

CIOs cite applications and mobile as top areas for IT budget increases

About half (47 percent) of CIOs surveyed in the most recent CIO Tech Poll: IT Economic Outlook say they expect their IT budgets to grow. Overall, they expect spending to increase by about 5 percent, which is comparable to last year's...

What Do CMOs and CIOs Really Think of Each Other?

It's widely predicted that more technology-related budget will move to the marketing department, which leads to a natural question: Will CMOs and CIOs become business partners or merely grit their teeth and co-exist?

IT spending on (slight) rise, mobile tops the list

Forty-eight percent of the CIOs surveyed expect to increase spending this year, up slightly from this time last year. Mobile, business intelligence, and cloud infrastructure and services are the most cited categories.

How Secure Is the Cloud? IT Pros Speak Up

For CIOs and IT professionals, the potential of the cloud is clear: transforming IT from cost center to business engine. It promises the agility and scalability that tech dreams are made of. By leveraging the cloud, you can complete...

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