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.
In our high-tech world, the way you engage with your customers has become a crucial consideration and a potential competitive differentiator for any business. In this episode, hear how brands compete for loyalty based on the experience the customer receives, and why that battle will only get more competitive in the months and years ahead.
It seems like a simple concept. How do companies get products and services from one point to another as effectively as possible? In this episode, we unpack that seemingly innocent idea and unravel the complex web of logistics, processes, and interdependent industries that shape our world.
For the better part of the past 50 years, the ability to make everything available everywhere, any time, and from any device has been a pipe dream. But that promise is within reach as businesses move to autonomous operations, ubiquitous deployment, and cloud-centric technologies. In this episode, host Joe Pucciarelli is joined by John Hill, Chief Digital and Information Officer at clothing maker Carhartt.
Higher renewals and a marked shift to cloud-based revenue as a result of its RISE program are making the company more optimistic about its ambition of reaching annual cloud revenue of €22 billion by 2025.
André Mendes, CIO at the U.S. Department of Commerce, joins Maryfran Johnson for this CIO Leadership Live interview, which is jointly produced by CIO.com and the CIO Executive Council. They discuss battling cyber risk, advancing AI success, hybrid work challenges and more.
Microsoft says it will trade its workplace culture for Activision Blizzard’s metaverse building blocks — potentially bringing a new meaning to the title of software architect. Here’s what else CIOs should know.
IT leaders wanting to be seen and treated as an equal business partner and be included in the organization’s strategic vision, objectives, values, and decisions must first exhibit these four key business and communication attributes.