Digital Transformation / DX
Artificial Intelligence / AI
Internet of Things
CIO stories - Page 3
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How the CIO will become the second most important business strategist and operational leader (after the CEO).
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Establishing a foundation for successful IoT adoption
The potential business applications of IoT span an ever-growing set of industrial and consumer implementations.
CEOs and CIOs are seeking digital risk leaders
These new “Digital Risk Leaders” will require a new set of skills that can help them understand the intersection of business risk and technology risk.
Intel corp appoints Paula Tolliver as new CIO
"We look forward to her leadership of Intel’s global IT organisation and her contribution to corporate-level strategic initiatives,”
Survey calls for insight into CIO pressures and priorities
Logicalis is calling for CIOs and IT participants in its 2016 global survey of CIO pressures and priorities survey.
The quick and dirty transformation test for executives
It seems like these days, transformation is the new normal. Especially if the word digital precedes it.
Getting your strategy ready for Fintech
7 out of 10 banking and securities CIOs tell us that digital entrants from outside their industry are a greater threat than their usual competition.
MuleSoft puts more power in the hands of the CIO and IT team
“As technology advances and organisations undergo digital transformation, we are seeing IT team’s evolve to deliver more to the business."
Meet a CIO with fabulous talent management skills and you'll meet a successful business
Without inspiring lead supported from above, even the best business, the best enterprise, will disappear entirely and without much of a trace.
Isn’t it about time that the CIO set out on a customer journey?
How have CIOs stepped up to the role of delivering better marketing insight, or driving higher sales, or pushed for a more loyal customer base?
Governments are digitally immature, Gartner finds
"Progress toward higher levels of digital capability must not be slowed down or derailed by changes in executive leadership."
Data and analytic topics on the minds of CIOs
I had the good fortune to be present (and presenting) at our US CIO Leadership Forum in Phoenix, Arizona this week.
Technology initiatives failing thanks to employees
“C-level executives need to address the growing problem of employee engagement as a core component to ensure the success of technology initiatives."
CIOs playing catch up: innovation vital
"CIOs who stay operational will find themselves further marginalised over the next three years."
Organisations fail to utilise real-time analytics
Real-time streaming analytics is becoming the lifeblood of today's data-driven economy, but there is a gap in understanding how to effectively use it.
How to ensure people and data work together effectively
People and data are a powerful combination, but it can be hard to get both right. Effective people management is crucial to the success of data.
Is the CMO the newest member of the IT team?
"Business leaders outside of IT are making large and significant IT purchasing decisions – particularly the chief marketing officer (CMO)."
CIOs and mobility: Stop reacting, start doing
“The proliferation of employee-owned mobile devices has placed the IT department in a reactive state.”
CIOs should stay focused on IT projects: Here's why
In a competitive world where technology can make or break a business, why wouldn’t a business want a skilful CIO to focus almost exclusively on IT?
Utility industry falling behind cloud race: CIOs need to take action
IDC recommends all parties take a more assertive approach to accommodating the cloud model for long-term success.
Exclusive: ANZ CIOs are not keeping up with change
CIOs are a company’s most critical hire, but it’s time for businesses to redefine what they need in their CIO, says one local expert.
CIOs: How to make apps work for you
"Mobile applications offer CIOs unique opportunities for streamlining business processes and empowering the organisation's workforce."
Female CIOs more risk aware than male counterparts
Female CIOs are more risk-aware than their male counterparts, although the top technology priorities amongst CIOs are the same regardless of gender.