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The newly appointed chief AI officer is charged with leading the US Air and Space Force’s development and use of AI to gain a strategic advantage over adversaries. Here she shares what it takes to succeed in this emerging role.
Frucor Suntory has a long and proud history, evolving from a small, local fruit juice business into a significant international beverages company that produces more than 30 million cases of drinks each year. But its 20-year-old sales automation syste
AI has sucked all the air out of the room of late, but the tech that makes AI possible, keeps the business humming, and advances the core mission of IT and the business too often goes overlooked, unused, and underfunded.
After decades of debate over whether developer efficacy can truly be measured, we believe we’ve found the developer productivity metrics that matter most. Here’s why it matters.
The hotel multinational’s multicloud architecture delivers innovative digital services to thousands of franchises and their guests, with an eye toward improving both customer experience and the bottom line.
Agility, AI, automation, and employee advancement are the key pillars of Soni’s enterprise-wide strategy to drive growth, improve operational efficiencies, and enhance customer experience at speed.
Publishing an annual IT report allows CIOs to offer visibility into operations and execution through a business value lens. Utilize this formula to reclaim control of your IT narrative.
When domestic appliance company Versuni became a standalone company in 2021, it had to transform its technology landscape. Within 18 months, it developed a technology model built for the future.
Given the complexity and pace of technical advances, modern CIOs must look beyond the enterprise to develop a range of partnerships aimed at creating solutions that solve big business challenges.
As products become more based in software, CIO roles will increasingly align with CIOs who’ve been selling software for decades, like Jim Palermo, CIO of open source solution provider Red Hat.