The energy giant’s dual-cloud transformation includes a data lake architecture that AI chief Dan Jeavons says is catalyzing business efficiencies and will prove key in cutting carbon emissions over time.
A common mistake people make with PowerPoint presentations is letting the screen tell the story, says CIO Hall of Fame member and professional lecturer Steve Rubinow. His advice: hone your storytelling skills by ditching the PowerPoint slides and engaging with your audience.
Kevin Sweeney, CIO of Dublin-based, global e-learning and corporate knowledge-sharing company Intuition, shares tips and techniques for executives in charge of keeping information flowing smoothly across organizations in constant flux.
Vishal Gupta, CTO, CIO & SVP at Lexmark, joins Maryfran Johnson for this CIO Leadership Live interview, which is jointly produced by CIO.com and the CIO Executive Council. They discuss IT talent war strategies, connected technologies, IoT, hybrid cloud, the impact of AI, the expanding role of the CIO and more.
The future of work is remote, and the hybrid workforce is here to stay. But what exactly will this look like? In this episode of Future Enterprise, host Joe Pucciarelli of IDC speaks with Holly Muscolino, Research VP at IDC, and David Behen, VP and CIO of La-Z-Boy, about emergent trends in the post-COVID workplace.
Murat Ozkan, chief information and digital officer at Anadolu Efes, the Turkey-based international beverages company, talks about how a data management strategy comprising AI and analytics will sustain further growth.
When Hewlett Packard bought knowledge management software firm Autonomy, it didn’t realize it was buying into a multibillion accounting cover-up. Shareholders sued HP, and HP sued Autonomy CEO Mike Lynch. Here’s how it played out over the decades.
Taking a people-centered approach to rolling out artificial intelligence initiatives is the key to success, experts say. Here’s how to ensure your AI efforts are ‘augmenting’ the value employees bring to their work.
Scott Case, CIO at Truist, joins Maryfran Johnson for this CIO Leadership Live interview, which is jointly produced by CIO.com and the CIO Executive Council. They discuss transforming digital business, best-of-breed IT, cyber resilience strategies, hybrid work lessons, the evolving CIO role and more.
No garden-variety ‘over budget and behind schedule’ project failures here. We’re talking spectacular failures that disrupt supply chains, delay the reporting of financials, and blow up the careers of seemingly competent executives.
There you were — minding your own business — when 2020 came knocking. In light of the new economic reality caused by COVID, future-focused leadership has never been more important. Which is why IDC is pleased to bring you Future Enterprise, a new podcast for business and tech executives, aimed at helping you leverage technology to achieve innovative, disruptive, and productive business outcomes.
We all know data-driven intelligence is the new currency, and those who use it well can gain a competitive advantage. But in a sea of information, how do companies learn to pay attention to the right kind data, in the right way? In this episode, host Joe Pucciarelli is joined by Brad Clay, CIO of Lexmark, along with Dan Vesset, VP of Analytics and Information Management at IDC.
In this episode, Julie Ragland, Senior VP and CIO at Navistar Inc., and Al Gillen, group VP Software Development and Open Source at IDC, join host Joe Pucciarelli, IDC Group Vice-President, to talk about how emerging trends in digital innovation are affecting the growth of industries like truck and tractor manufacturing and distribution.
In this episode, host Joe Pucciarelli is joined by Nathan Rogers, CIO of SAIC, and IDC’s Program Vice President, Security and Trust, Frank Dickson. Together, they discuss the challenges and opportunities facing business leaders as they strive to safeguard critical data from threats both internal and external.
In the ranking of agenda items for CEOs, they used to sit at the bottom of the priority list — then came the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, connectivity programs are seen as one of the top three strategic elements for business leaders in the months and years ahead. And for good reason.
Which decisions can be left to AI and which ones still require humans? How is the role of middle management set to evolve in the years ahead? You’ll find the answers and much, much more, in this episode of Future Enterprise with host Joe Pucciarelli, Group Vice President and IT Executive Advisor at IDC.