Companies seeking to the lay the foundation for business process automation can find valuable insights into process flows, thanks to new AI-based tools that track data as it moves through enterprise systems.
In the wake of the pandemic, IT leaders are under increasing pressure to deliver solutions fast. But many CIOs are finding the steps they’ve taken to iterate quickly aren’t enough to support increasing business demands.
Recruitment of IT leaders has thawed since the pandemic first hit, as companies seek digital leaders who can help them adapt to shifting business dynamics. Here, recruiters offer tips for navigating the IT leadership hiring landscape.
AI centers of excellence can accelerate AI adoption — and organization-wide transformation — by consolidating talent, standardizing platforms, spreading successes across business lines, and uncovering new revenue models.
The growing IT skills gap, demand for hybrid roles, and fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic are disrupting the traditional IT career path. The following heat map of career trends with help you cash in and avoid dead ends.
Welcome to this special digital issue of CIO featuring our CIO 100 winners and Hall of Fame inductees. In these pages, you'll learn how award winning organizations are redefining the nature of work, how to find value in data, and how to exert influence when IT spending is decentralized.
IT product management helps IT organizations deploy new technologies faster, respond to the business's urgent demands, and enable end-to-end product lifecycle management. It can also play a key role in helping the IT organization recover quickly post-COVID-19 and set up for future growth. Here's how.
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.
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.
Back in early Spring, ensuring users could access the necessary applications securely from home was priority No. 1. Now, 3-4 months later, work from home looks like it's here to stay … for a while, at least. Here's your to-do list for the next 6 months and beyond.
BrandPosts are written and edited by members of our sponsor
community. BrandPosts create an opportunity for an individual
sponsor to provide insight and commentary from their point-of-view
directly to our audience. The editorial team does not participate
in the writing or editing of BrandPosts.