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Why corporate IT departments need to evolve to stay relevant

Why corporate IT departments need to evolve to stay relevant

In this still-unfolding “age of the customer,” consumers’ expectations have been shaped by their experience with mobile devices and apps. The resulting ubiquitous availability of information technology services outside the corporate data center will challenge company IT departments to remain relevant or become yet another casualty of disruption.

How massive technological disruption is transforming the CIO’s role

How massive technological disruption is transforming the CIO’s role

Amid the increasing chaos of technology-enabled business disruption, stability has become a quaint notion, and the ability to adapt quickly has become the key to organizational success. Nowhere is that more true than in the role of the chief information officer, because the relentless advance of computing technology is rapidly transforming the CIO’s role from that of high-tech accountant to that of a technical knowledge manager and streaming-data analyst.

Humble Abodo: Frustration leads a trio of friends to launch a site for apartment seekers

Humble Abodo: Frustration leads a trio of friends to launch a site for apartment seekers

“The old guard has been unhelpful for a lot of renters,” said Alec Slocum, CEO and founder of Abodo.com in Madison, referring to traditional apartment-finding methods. “Finding apartments shouldn’t be any harder than finding shoes or streaming music online.”

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Drifty creates 'pickax' for high-tech gold rush

Madison Noteworthy's Mike Victorson interviews Drifty co-founder Max Lynch. The Madison startup creates mobile development tools targeted at Web developers. "There's a gold rush right now with apps, and everyone's trying to build the next great app, so we're just here to kind of make it easier for people to do that," says Lynch.

EatStreet gobbles up more market share

Madison Noteworthy co-host Christi Andringa talks with EatStreet co-founder Matt Howard about his fast-growing online food-ordering service. EatStreet, which launched in 2010, allows customers to order from more than 200 restaurants in Madison and 15,000 across the country.

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