Myles F. Suer

Opinions expressed by ICN authors are their own.

Myles Suer, according to LeadTails, is the number 9 influencer of CIOs. He is also the facilitator for the CIOChat, which has executive-level participants from around the world in such industries as banking, insurance, education and government. Myles is also the Industry Solutions Marketing Manager at Dell Boomi.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Myles F. Suer and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

IT’s role in managing the customer journey

Cleaning up the legacy mess so the business can innovate

Cleaning up the legacy mess so the business can innovate

Business innovation doesn’t come from cleaning up the mess common to many legacy systems. However, not fixing the mess can certainly slow or limit the ability to innovate.

What CIOs need to know about low code software development

What CIOs need to know about low code software development

While most CIOs say they are deploying some form of low code today, the question is what will its impact be as it powers through the classic trough of disillusionment?

The importance of the business stakeholders meeting

The importance of the business stakeholders meeting

Business alignment and transparency matter but are CIOs achieving it? Are they putting in place business stakeholder meetings that enable real alignment?

Protecting data in an increasingly insecure world

Protecting data in an increasingly insecure world

Protecting data is only going to get tougher. Are CIOs ready to protect what is the most important enterprise asset?

Asset Management: A pain pill or a nice-to-have?

Asset Management: A pain pill or a nice-to-have?

How relevant is IT Asset Management (ITAM) in the cloud era? What are the biggest problems it solves?

Managing diverse, multi-location teams

Managing diverse, multi-location teams

The management challenges for CIOs are only going to grow in the digital age. The question is: are they ready?

Continuous improvement – now more than ever

Continuous improvement – now more than ever

In an era of digital disruption, IT organizations need to move faster. Given this, should CIOs be active enablers of continuous improvement?

Process innovation

Process innovation

Where should CIOs be driving innovation? And how should they deliver on the promise of innovation?

Why data governance matters – and who should own it?

Why data governance matters – and who should own it?

Should CIOs take an active role in data governance? Their organizations may need it to survive even if they don’t grock the business value.

How can CIOs drive business innovation?

How can CIOs drive business innovation?

Innovation is typically situational, so CIOs need to be an authentic, reciprocal partners across the business to take advantage of opportunities.

Is business modernization on your agenda?

Is business modernization on your agenda?

While it may seem obvious that modernization should be the foundation for creating a digital business, most CIOs say that they go hand in hand and can feed off each other in different, not-so-obvious ways.

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