Malaysian CIOs face more favourable conditions than many of their peers when it comes to establishing themselves as digital leaders, according to Gartner Inc’s 2016 CIO Agenda survey.
Executives holding the top ICT positions in a company need to play a greater leadership role in driving their organisations’ business, urged the National ICT Association of Malaysia (Pikom).
According to a BT study, 72% of senior IT decision makers say that the CIO has become more central in the boardroom over the last two years.
Many leaders across the C-suite are confused about who the true cybersecurity adversary is and how to effectively combat them, according to a study recently released by IBM Security and IBM’s Institute for Business Value (IBV).
CIOs face radically different challenges today than their predecessors, and need to address them in order to see a tomorrow, writes Benjamin Cher.
CIOs need to understand and help solve business needs, or risk becoming obsolete, writes Benjamin Cher.
The National ICT Association on Malaysia (Pikom) remains “cautiously optimistic” that the industry will grow by 12-14% in 2016, despite various challenges.
CFOs need to get more digital, while CIOs need to get more in tune with the business. Welcome to today's world of business.
Global CIOs cite innovation and growth as top business priorities, yet 84% of IT budgets are spent on running day-to-day operations and incremental change, according to Deloitte’s 2015 Global CIO Survey: Creating Legacy report.
The ‘uberisation’ trend, or industry disruption caused by an unlikely competitor, has become a dominant concern of the C-suite, a new IBM study found.