CIOs scouring the earth to fill technical roles are likely ignoring the "medium digital" skills required to round out their digital transformations. Here are the lesser-known digital roles CIOs should target.
Compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) might require effort and resources, but the effect it has on your enterprise's digital transformation efforts can generate a return on investment.
CIOs turning to the cloud to fuel digital transformations have an ally advisor in Stephen Orban. The head of enterprise strategy at AWS knows exactly what they’re going through thanks to his cloud-first experience as CIO of Dow Jones.
When a digital transformation enters its second or third year, CIOs should increase their marketing and communications around the program and look for places where practices like devops and data governance are needed.
Most leaders acknowledge the criticality of culture in achieving organizational agility and transformation yet think of culture as a black box that’s impossible to see or change. While culture and behavior change happen at an individual level, it is now possible to scale these changes with a combination of neuroscience, analytics, and technology capabilities.
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey takes the next step in its digital transformation, which includes digital doctors, an agile culture and helping customers get a better handle on healthcare.
To accelerate data entry, VITAS Health equipped its clinicians with iPhones and iPads, giving them more time to care for bed-ridden patients. The mobilization paves the way for a greater, cloud-first digital transformation.
The glass replacement provider has shifted to a hyperconverged infrastructure to help support AI- and IoT-based services aimed at better serving customers, says Matthew Coy Safelite's head of infrastructure and operations.
The agriculture giant is using open source geospatial software to help visualize crop performance and yield information, thereby lowering costs and boosting IT's options to tailor applications for users' needs.
The much-hyped, little-understood distributed ledger technology takes aim at big business, with promising pilot programs and rising demand for blockchain skills, though security and buy-in questions remain.
In a year marked by extreme policy uncertainty, we saw steady progress in the growth of digital health and emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence. Structural shifts in the market will be the wildcard for 2018.
Companies that are successfully embracing AI are committed to transformation programs. Top management will need to embrace change and be able to comprehend the necessary capabilities to deliver their strategies without directly or indirectly overpromising to their business partners.
DevOps can help your organization accelerate software and services delivery. IT leaders from Intuit, MetLife and Red Hat outline key points CIOs can follow as they look to support their digital transformations with DevOps.
Companies racing to digitalize their businesses are adopting cloud computing at a rampant rate. But traditional outsourcing also remains a crucial option for CIOs looking to free up valuable IT resources.
The number of cloud-hosted applications is poised to increase by 40 percent over the next two years. Yet, research finds that successfully mastering the transition and transformation phase remains a challenge.
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