Tales From A Silicon Valley CIO The old hierarchical dichotomy between teacher and student, or older mentor and younger mentee, worked well in a world where change happened slowly, and the knowledge of one generation could reasonably be transferred to the benefit of the next, like the Jedi powers – master transmitting perennial wisdom through the ages. But that just isn’t the case anymore – certainly not in IT.
Tales From A Silicon Valley CIO The cloud presents one of the biggest industry disruptions in years. And while you may be sick of talking about it, CIOs need to get their heads in the cloud in order to help their company safely and successfully navigate the journey.
Tales From A Silicon Valley CIO On paper, bi-modal IT may make sense. But this practice is not my reality. Transforming IT is a team sport and dividing teams into “old & slow vs. new & fast” does more harm than good. The fact is IT has to chew gum and walk at the same time.
Tales From A Silicon Valley CIO The transition from CIO of VMware to CIO of both VMware and Dell, lessons learned and what other CIOs should consider.
Tales From A Silicon Valley CIO A recent bulletin from the FBI to private enterprises stated that the “exploitation of the Internet of Things (IoT) to conduct small-to-large scale attacks on the private industry will very likely continue.” Here's what can you do to make sure your security infrastructure is ready.