CIO.com’s Stan Gibson speaks with IDC research manager Nadia Ballard, Boston Dynamics CIO Chad Wright, and Kumar Iyer, business technology senior leader at KeyBank, about industry clouds, why they’re emerging, and how they can help your organization.
For Arthur Hu, Lenovo’s SVP, global CIO, and Services & Solutions Group CTO, the CIO role in particular goes beyond traditional IT in the same way digital capabilities are expanding into every aspect of the business. Here, he discusses how the breadth and complexity of roles intertwine, and how the strengths of each come together.
At re:Invent 2022, Amazon Web Services announced the general availability of forecasting, capacity planning, scheduling, and Contact Lens features for its Amazon Connect contact center service, while introducing two new features in preview.
CTO Curt Garner fortified the fast-casual chain’s digital aspirations with an all-in push for the cloud, providing a foundation for innovations aimed at improving customer experience and restaurant operations.
At its CloudWorld conference, the company announced healthcare-oriented features for its Fusion Enterprise Performance Management (EPM), Supply Chain and Manufacturing (SCM) and Human Capital Management (HCM) suites.
No longer viewed as a tactical, cost-saving technology, the public cloud has become the key differentiator for IT leaders seeking to transform their organizations, develop new revenue streams, and prep for future innovations.
As a silent force helping to drive next-gen electric vehicles, the automotive multinational is relying on a hybrid multicloud approach to spin up digital twins for designing advanced auto components using vast troves of data.
The boot and shoe manufacturer’s COVID-delayed hybrid-cloud transformation has leapt forward of late, thanks to newly available tools and services — and a culture now primed to make the most of new tech.
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