Compliance and security are two critical topics for CIOs. They need to juggle risk management solutions, governance frameworks and identity management, all while strategizing with the senior leadership team on aligning IT with the business. This is especially complex within midmarket companies, as professionals must often struggle with tight IT budgets, rogue staffers and less-defined boundaries between leadership and users.
We've scoured our sister site, SearchCIO-Midmarket.com, for the best tips you might have missed. You'll read advice from midmarket compliance experts as well as success stories from CIOs who are making progress with identity management in the cloud and risk management solutions, as well as the daunting task of mobile device security in a bring-your-own-device world.
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