Design thinking has become a key practice for enterprises crafting digital products with the end user in mind. CIO.com spoke to design thinking practitioners to understand why and how organizations are leveraging it.
CEOs are turning to CIOs to lead digital business efforts, but success depends on your ability to inspire, empower, and engage other business leaders. These are the conversations you need to be having.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is enabling paperless boarding via a biometric identity management system that uses facial recognition technology — no boarding pass or passport required.
Determined to find opportunity in the COVID aftermath, boards are leaning in with more management support in addition to their usual strategic oversight. Navigating the post-pandemic world will amplify IT leadership in agility and innovation.
Onboarding new institutional clients to the non-profit financial services provider's Outsourced Services was a highly complex and manual task, but a digital twin powered by a graph database has helped automate and streamline the process.
The digital journey may be rife with timelines and launch dates, but the overall goal is much loftier: To develop an organization that is more responsive to change — not as an event but as an ongoing reality.
In just a few months, technology has transformed businesses the world over. And there's no doubt that businesses will plan their road to recovery on a path powered by technology. Has this new digital-first mindset ushered in a new technological age?
Most IT organizations have honed their ability to deliver projects when the scope and desired outcome are static, but struggle when priorities shift or are not clearly defined. Several leading IT organizations have turned to product-based IT to cut through this ambiguity and elevate their role from service provider to business partner.
CIOs opting to hunker down and wait out COVID-19 should think again. By revving up their digital business strategies, they position themselves for growth when the pandemic subsides, say experts and CIOs.
The government agency's air cargo team at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is using artificial intelligence and computer vision for object detection and cataloging to improve operational efficiency.
Sometimes enterprise require a culture shake-up — or at least a culture harmonization, as Barings CIO Andy Lennon learned when he accepted the challenge of unifying up 5 organizations under on tech umbrella.
The lessons learned from a decade of digital transformation provide a roadmap for those embarking on their own initiatives. CIO, Computerworld, CSO, InfoWorld, and Network World team up to dissect that legacy from every angle.
Tech for Good volunteers help not for profit group do away with manual systems for the annual gift giving for underprivileged children. They developed a platform that can help the project scale and be used for other social causes
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