Outsourcing can bring big benefits, but risks and challenges abound when negotiating and managing outsourcing relationships. Here’s what you need to know to ensure your IT outsourcing initiatives succeed.
Despite pockets of implementation, low-code/no-code technologies aren’t mature enough to be widely popularized in CIO communities in Africa. But some entrepreneurs and companies have had enough success with them to stoke broader interest.
Enterprise architecture is the process by which organizations standardize and organize IT infrastructure to align with business goals. These strategies support digital transformation, IT growth, and the modernization of IT.
By adding startups to their portfolio of partners, IT leaders can jumpstart innovation and deliver digital solutions quickly — provided they know how to navigate the unique risks of working with upstarts.
SkyCity Entertainment Group Chief Information Officer Glen McLatchie on his career-defining moments, the importance of mentoring and professional development, and the transformation plans ahead for the casino and hotel group after a challenging few years.
Dan West, Chief Digital Information Officer (CDIO) for Health and Social Care in Northern Ireland, discusses health and social care reform, innovating through uncertainty, and balancing transformation with business-as-usual. Speaking to CIO UK editor Doug Drinkwater, he also reveals how digital is improving operational efficiency and patient experiences, and the challenges that lie ahead through Covid-19, political instability and the cost-of-living crisis.
The Hut Group CIO Joanna Drake discusses what it means to be ranked the top CIO in the UK, empowering teams through automation, and the tennis coaching skills that have made her a successful leader off the court.
Speaking at the CIO UK 100 ceremony in London, The Hut Group’s Joanna Drake reveals what it means to be ranked the top CIO in the UK, how automation is helping her IT team become ‘consultants’, and why her sports background made her a better leader.