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Chapter 1: CIO as the Postdigital Catalyst
When CIOs catalyze the convergence of the postdigital forces, they can reshape business as usual, drive innovation, and redefine the role of the IT executive.
Chapter 2: Mobile Only (and beyond)
Organizations should take steps to establish themselves in the mobile era – and be prepared to ride the tsunami as it evolves.
Chapter 3: Social Reengineering by Design
As the engagement of your employees and customers becomes a more precious resource than compute power, social platforms can relieve rather than serve traditional organizational constraints.
Chapter 4: Design as a Discipline
Design is not only important across the IT software development lifecycle, but also useful and valuable across the enterprise.
Chapter 5: IPv6 (and this time we mean it)
If you need the public Internet to connect to your network and operate, get started with your migration to IPv6 now.
Chapter 6: Finding the Face of Your Data
The right balance of people, data and computing power can reveal questions that previously couldn’t be answered – or even asked – to enhance data-driven business decisions and actions on insights.
Chapter 7: Gamification Goes to Work
Understand who you’re trying to engage, what motivates them, and how gamification can change the way they look at – and work with – the organization.
Chapter 8: Reinventing the ERP Engine
Technological breakthroughs in the infrastructure, data and application layers of ERP systems mean enterprise priorities can be approached in brand new ways.
Chapter 9: No Such Thing as Hacker-proof
The question is not if you will be attacked, but when – and how you will deal with it. Cyber intelligence involves a combination of prevention, early detection and rapid response.
Chapter 10: The Business of IT
The postdigital era should be great news for IT, but fragmented IT processes and systems of the 1980s may not allow effective delivery at the pace the business has come to expect.

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