They expect digital technologies to change what they do in future and place high priority on technology-related skills.
CEOs, CIOs and other executives understand a shift in business is necessary to adapt to the changing world, but may fail to realize how important their own mindset is to the success of the transition.
A new type of infrastructure needs to be built that is not just going to reshape business, but also the way people live, according to Gartner, Inc. CIOs are the builders of this infrastructure, which Gartner calls the “civilisation infrastructure”.
RHB Group’s CIO Andy Tan joins DNA-TeAM Disrupt#27 to share his opinion on the key tech trends of 2015.
A relatively nascent philosophy is taking hold in the enterprise information technology (IT) space, which could potentially aid chief information officers (CIOs) manage and implement IT in terms of value rather than in technical metrics. Edwin Yapp reports.
The DNA-TeAM Disrupt panel session on March 26 saw the CIOs and IT heads of large enterprises discuss the challenges they face and how local technology players, including startups, can play a role in helping them address these challenges.
Disrupt#16 welcomes Mydin Mohamed Holdings Bhd’s Malik Murad Ali to the panel.
Managing complex data and its inherent risks is driving innovation that must be both rapid and decisive to keep a-pace with changes in the financial services sector, but there is clearly a disparity between the scale and urgency of the data management challenges and the industry’s response, writes Azhar Muhammad-Saul of Bloomberg.
Greater reliance on technology could see the rise of the chief financial and technology officer (CFTO) in 2014, according to the ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) and IMA (Institute of Management Accountants), citing two recent studies.
The adage 'the customer is king’ is taking on a new dimension in today’s highly competitive world and enterprises that can capitalise on going beyond traditional customer relationship management will stand to benefit the most, according to a new study from Forrester Research.