Mobile apps are at work on the front and back ends, doing everything from handling invoices to freeing executives from the confines of the office.
Now more than ever, CFOs and CIOs need to get along and understand each other to maximize companies' performance — present and future.
The need to stay ahead or on pace with the competition is driving most companies to go global. But the journey can be bumpy, say CFOs.
Law-enforcement officials agree that the benefits of a virtual currency like Bitcoin outweigh the risks, but they also insist Bitcoin needs regulation.
All eyes are on Twitter, but cloud vendor Veeva Systems has something Twitter doesn't: real profits and a sharply defined source of future growth.
Economic uncertainty, the ongoing debt-ceiling fight and the Affordable Care Act are causing CFOs to be cautious — perhaps overly so.
Adding a chief information security officer to the executive-level management ranks can help protect a company from debilitating cyber threats.
Companies are steering away from fixed-structure data centers in large buildings to modular data centers that are easier to deploy and more cost effective.
Many companies are aware of cyber threats, but preventing attacks takes more than having the right firewalls and software.
Pandora CFO Mike Herring isn’t worried about competing music-streaming services, like Apple's. In fact, he says, he welcomes them.