For over a decade companies have been urged to ‘digitalise’ or risk getting left behind, but Liri Andersson & Ludo Van der Heyden argue that the precept is at best confusing and at worst unclear for those eager to act.
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.
IT teams can ride through the digital revolution if they rethink traditional organisations and put customers first, invest in training and development, and embrace emerging technologies wholeheartedly, writes Jonas Lim of Salesforce.
With shifting behavioural and cultural paradigms now affecting business, CIOs need to adapt or be left behind, argues a BMC senior exec.
As more businesses are disrupted, CIOs are faced with new opportunities to grasp and new challenges to overcome, writes Gavin Selkirk of BMC.
Only 45% of organisations worldwide are confident in their security posture as today’s attackers launch more sophisticated, bold, and resilient campaigns, according to the recently released Cisco Annual Security Report for 2016.
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 role of the CIO has been changing over the years, but 2016 is the year that they should accept these changes seriously or face the 'dire consequences,' according to two industry experts.
Jimmy Fitzgerald of ServiceNow talks about the five trends that will compel enterprises to look to a CPO in 2016.