The relationship between the chief financial officer (CFO) and the chief information officer (CIO) is becoming closer and more collaborative, with the CFO playing a greater role in four vital IT-related activities, according to an EY global survey.
The new CIO will need to break out of operations mode and adapt to the changing digital landscape, one in which he or she plays a pivotal role in ensuring that the company is successful whilst driving the use of new technologies, writes Mao Gen Foo of OpenText.
CommVault Systems’ Mark Bentkower discusses the challenges organisations are facing today and provides best practices for companies to address their unstructured data challenges.
Big data reveals insights with a particular range of data points, while thick data takes one step further and uncovers the meaning and insights behind big data visualisation and analysis, revealing the social context of, and connections between, data points, writes Jayajyoti Sengupta of Cognizant Technology Solutions.
All too often, today’s emerging technologies are reliant on outdated networking technologies which simply cannot cope with the pressure exerted by the exponential increase in data traffic and the number of connected devices, writes Brocade Malaysia’s Sean Ong.
The heavy presence of legacy technologies in government is hampering chief information officers’ efforts to digitise their organisations, according to a survey by Gartner Inc.
As with buying a laptop, in choosing a UC solution, you need to consider several variables to ensure that you get the optimum solution for your organisation, writes InterCall’s Christopher Franke, who offers five questions to ask during your decision-making process.
Companies need accessible, adaptable and agile IT to meet today’s demands. Cognizant’s Jayajyoti Sengupta has eight recommendations for CIOs to transition clients to flexible service delivery.
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Enterprises embracing rapid change in the way they do business may have been all the talk in 2014, but this is the year they must put their money where their mouth is, according to Gartner Inc.