As a business and IT leader, you face daily challenges. Keeping pace with constantly changing technological demands and conditions; securing your organization’s data and network against never-ending threats; responding to requests for new technologies to solve day-to-day problems. Your job has so many moving parts that you’re constantly running just to keep up.
At the same time, your role has evolved. Keeping things up and running, staying on top of the latest threat or newest device is no longer good enough. How do you learn what you’ll need to prepare for the tech landscape five years from now when it’s already a challenge to stay current in 2014?
InnovateThink was created to answer that question. Here you’ll find content that will not only help keep you up to date, but give you a view into the key technological questions of the next few years.
Cloud computing, the Internet of Everything, the relentless rise of mobile usage, and the increasingly software-driven infrastructure that powers it all will be major concerns, and big opportunities, over the next several years. To keep you ahead of the curve, we’ll offer original content by seasoned journalists and bloggers, the MIT Sloan School of Management, CIO, and executives from leading companies. And we’ll bring you the best and most forward-looking content from around the Web as well.
Like a group of songs that can get you through a workout or help you unwind at the end of the day, our playlists of content are curated from everywhere and grouped together by theme. They’re created by journalists, subject matter experts—and your CIO colleagues and other technology leaders. You’re invited to join the conversation by creating a playlist or two of your own.
We’d also love to hear from you directly. Please comment on our playlists, stories, and videos. Let us know what works for you, and what you’d like to see more of, or less of. Or reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us what you think.
We won’t wait for the future to come to us--we’re going to go out and bring it to you. We hope you’ll come along for the ride.