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Economy uncertainty, new forces in an already tight talent market, and rising technology costs top the list of tough, ongoing issues CIOs must navigate this year.
One year into life after Google, Trainline CTO Milena Nikolic is building a platform for growth through multi-disciplinary teams, professional development, microservices and infrastructure-as-code.
Building a strong environmental, social, and governance (ESG) score can determine the overall success of the business and attract socially responsible investors.
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.
From integrating emerging technologies such as AI and blockchain to staying laser-focused on the user, these female entrepreneurs offer valuable advice for staying ahead of the curve.
When there are diverse teams and an inclusive culture, one will undeniably realize greater output and better products that meet the needs of the general public and users.
South Africa's female founders of colour forge paths to success in technology despite a business climate that tends to dismiss women's credentials and IT knowledge.
IT needs women more than ever. Here are six actions CIOs can take to foster an inclusive culture that attracts and retains women.
As the multinational conglomerate transforms to bring cutting-edge digital products and services to customers, CIO Diane Schwarz ensures that it is digital on the inside as well.
AI hiring tools claim to reduce bias in hiring by incorporating machine-based decisions, but at least in its early stages, AI hiring strategies have the potential to hurt DEI in your organization.