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Cost forecasting provides the basis for pricing decisions that protect earnings. It’s critical when innovating with new chemicals, components, and technology. But how do you price it right with a value chain based on global bills of materials and volatile markets?
As companies rushed to prepare for pandemic-driven lockdowns, IT and security teams, often already overextended with inadequate budgets and infrastructure, had to quickly pivot. Here’s what CIOs in South Africa do, and CIOs globally can do, to remedy stress in the here and now while keeping the big picture in perspective.
Managing cyber risk is already a big undertaking and today’s talent shortages, evolving regulatory landscape, and an expanding threat surface are further adding to this complexity. How do CIOs balance cyber risks with market uncertainties?
In today’s increasingly sophisticated threat landscape, an organization’s cybersecurity readiness is key in keeping its business safe. Here’s how CIOs assure board members that they have been making the right investments in cybersecurity.
Tennis Australia CIO Ben Fitzgerald talks with David Binning, Associate Editor at CIO Australia, about the challenges of standing up one of the world’s biggest sporting events in the middle of COVID and how the 2023 Australian Open will be more "digitised" than ever.
Amaar Khan, CIO of Asia Pacific at BNY Mellon, joins James Henderson for CIO Leadership Live in ASEAN, produced by CIO.com and Foundry. Amaar discusses his career journey and path to becoming a CIO, alongside how workplace dynamics are changing and the importance of culture when balancing employee expectations with company ambitions.
According to GigaOm, Infinidat distinguishes itself for its modern, software-defined storage architecture, securing enterprise storage with a strategic, long-term approach, broad and deep functionality, and high quality of innovation.
Deloitte’s Lou DiLorenzo and Steve Gallucci detail why refining a shared vocabulary between the CFO and CIO regarding technology and oversight practices can serve as a fortified lever for growth and promote better digital transformation.
Bob Johansen, distinguished fellow at the Institute for the Future, the California–based non-profit think tank steeped in futures studies, speaks about spectrums of thinking and the importance for IT leaders to think future back.
The role of the CMO is more invested in technology than ever, and CMOs have no choice but to engage with the CIO and align business and tech objectives. Key to the success between CMO and CIO is how both roles can collaborate around data.
Benjamin Mann, CTO of foodpanda, joins James Henderson for CIO Leadership Live in ASEAN, produced by CIO.com and Foundry. Benjamin talks through foodpanda’s technology journey and how innovation at scale can only be achieved by a commitment to data and experience. Product enhancements aside, Benjamin also outlines how foodpanda is helping communities grow by prioritising digital inclusion, in addition to people-centric initiatives such as tech hubs in Taiwan and Singapore.
By Clayton Donley, Vice President & General Manager, Identity Management Security, Broadcom Software – Although analysts have predicted the death of passwords for many years, passwords are still the predominant authentication credential used for many applications and IT systems. The reason for this is simple – everyone knows how passwords work, which makes them more convenient to use.
Commerce Commission Chief Information Officer Suzanne Pullman on taking on the role of CIO just as NZ went into lockdown, why she favours servant leadership, and the challenge of getting more women to consider IT as a career.