Feature CIOs are once again walking a tightrope between innovation and operational excellence—this time, buoyed by strong LOB alliances and a lingering pandemic glow.
Feature As the top technology spot becomes more strategic, tech-savvy business leaders are stepping into the ring, giving traditional IT up-and-comers a run for the CIO role.
Feature Basking in the afterglow of their touted pandemic response, IT leaders are charting new and non-traditional career growth by embracing roles that capitalize on their business-savvy skills.
BrandPost Sponsored by HPE Although there’s little question that data is well positioned as a corporate asset, most companies haven’t yet figured out how to measure and monetize its value, say experts and influencers. rnrnMost companies recognize the potential for data insights to improve customer experience, better direct marketing strategies, create new products and services, and optimize operations, among myriad compelling use cases. “If you need outsiders to tell you your data is valuable, you’re living in the wrong century,” says Wayne Sadin, an independent advisor and former CIO/CTO/CDO. rnrnData is even more valuable during this pandemic period, when economies are volatile, markets are uncertain, and businesses face unprecedented challenges that underscore the need for intelligent insights to guide strategic decision-making. “The pandemic has already accelerated many organizations’ digital transformation programs, and in many cases, data has emerged as an invaluable component of the successes of the modern-day enterprise,” notes Sridhar Iyengar, managing director at Zoho. “Those businesses which are not already leaning on data insights risk being left behind.”rn
Feature Despite increased focus on diversity in today’s IT, Hispanics are still grappling with how to stand out, yet blend in, in what remains a white male-dominated IT culture.
Feature With the pandemic causing many to reevaluate lives and career, IT organizations must embrace creative work models and source from new venues to stem an escalating talent crunch.
Feature LGBTQ+ IT professionals share their experiences navigating careers in an industry that hasn’t always been welcoming and still has a long way to go.
Feature The pandemic has amplified the need to reach customers through digital channels. Here’s how IT leaders in nearly every industry are responding.
BrandPost Sponsored by SAS Without a serious effort, organizations may find their investments in data and analytics fall well short of expectations – and ROI.