Profile of Chris MurphyEditor, InformationWeek
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Chris Murphy is editor of InformationWeek and co-chair of the InformationWeek Conference. He has been covering technology leadership and CIO strategy issues for InformationWeek since 1999. Before that, he was editor of the Budapest Business Journal, a business newspaper in Hungary; and a daily newspaper reporter in Michigan, where he covered everything from crime to the car industry. Murphy studied economics and journalism at Michigan State University, has an M.B.A. from the University of Virginia, and has passed the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) exams.
Articles by Chris Murphy
Connected machines will spark new negotiations along the supply chain.
Getting IT pros to give up old habits is one of the hardest things about building a new, private cloud architecture.
Vanguard is bringing a true techie back in to lead IT, but his job will be about a lot more than technology.
Few IT shops will ever work on a project as big as this historic banking acquisition. But some tactics Wells Fargo used make sense for smaller scale mergers and consolidation projects.
Getting employees to volunteer to work on projects is a key piece in driving its emerging tech innovation.
Much of the IT integration work still lies ahead in the closely watched acquisition.
Outgoing chairman Alan Greenspan was an outspoken advocate of IT. In a time when mainstream business leaders are skeptical of the value of IT, Ben Bernanke, named as Greenspan's possible successor, sees IT as a valuable investment when done right.
The electronic exchange offers a "high-speed, low-cost" technology platform that will help NYSE reach into new markets and compete globally, NYSE's CEO says.
ING COO Catherine Smith hopes a little business discipline will improve the IT organization's efficiency.
In the long term, we're all dead. John Maynard Keynes' warning may have been directed at overly theoretical economists, but his words hardly offer a pep talk for thinking beyond the next fiscal quarter.
When talking these days about the time it takes to get information about a security - when millisecond measurements are standard and the word "microseconds" even occasionally pops up - Archipelago CIO Steven Rubinow is serious when he says he looks first to the laws of physics.
Wall Street & Technology editors teamed with TowerGroup analysts to highlight IT leaders who are making the biggest differences for their companies. The common thread: They've made technology an indispensible part of their businesses.
Panelists at last Wednesday's Wall Street & Technology Wealth Management conference agreed fully on one point: Get next-generation workstations for investment advisers right -- or the future of your business is at risk.
There are a lot of differences among the six people who make up this year's CIO Elite.
Maria Santos is the newest addition to the Wall Street & Technology editorial team. Maria, who joined us in July, covers compliance and investment management
Jonathan Schwartz looks to Wall Street as one of the few industries with the means - money and will - to regularly redefine the computer industry.
Evergreen Investments Needed CRM Connection To Justify Widespread BlackBerry Use