Dubbed ‘Live Enterprise,’ the mobile-first platform has transformed multiple areas of the company, from recruitment to code delivery, by integrating applications and streamlining processes informed by data insights.
By adding startups to their portfolio of partners, IT leaders can jumpstart innovation and deliver digital solutions quickly — provided they know how to navigate the unique risks of working with upstarts.
Ivneet Kaur, Chief Technology Officer at Silicon Valley Bank, joins host Maryfran Johnson for this CIO Leadership Live interview, jointly produced by CIO.com and the CIO Executive Council. They discuss the evolving digital customer experience, secure cloud migrations, agile-first, API-first strategies, competing for tech talent and more.
Considering the urgency of climate issues, volatile markets, and building up the next generation of leaders, Christina Scott, chief product and technology officer (CPTO) at energy supplier Ovo Energy, talks about how she’s able to address these and other pressing priorities.
Dilip Venkatachari, Global Chief Information and Technology Officer at U.S. Bank, joins host Maryfran Johnson for this CIO Leadership Live interview, jointly produced by CIO.com and the CIO Executive Council. They discuss the explosive growth in digital services, mapping new customer journeys, critical upskilling needs and more.
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.
The 201 employees laid off from its Redwood Shores office in the latest round of cuts include data scientists, developers and marketing specialists, according to several news reports, and comes as hiring for IT slows.
Deepa Soni, CIO at The Hartford, joins host Maryfran Johnson for this CIO Leadership Live interview, jointly produced by CIO.com and the CIO Executive Council. They discuss the tech-enabled future of insurance, customer-centric value streams, leveraging data-led strategies and more.
To sharpen its focus on AI and the cloud, IBM separated its legacy IT activities as an independent business. Now that company, Kyndryl, is setting its own course toward automation and hybrid infrastructure after a rocky start.
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