In this atmosphere of disruption, it’s more important than ever for the CIO to have a role not just in planning for IT, but in planning corporate business strategy.
We must stop looking at humans and machines as opposing forces and start imagining the new IT roles that will emerge because of automation and AI.
Businesses in Asia Pacific are rapidly embracing cloud infrastructure (IaaS), with nearly half agreeing that IaaS will have a role to play in their business within three years.
A Microsoft study reveals 80% believe they need to transform their business to digital to succeed.
Analysts advise public sector CIOs to benchmark against top performers in other service industries.
Independent study shows APJ organisations not investing enough to empower their workforce in the digital era.
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.