Outsourcing can bring big benefits, but risks and challenges abound when negotiating and managing outsourcing relationships. Here’s what you need to know to ensure your IT outsourcing initiatives succeed.
Despite pockets of implementation, low-code/no-code technologies aren’t mature enough to be widely popularized in CIO communities in Africa. But some entrepreneurs and companies have had enough success with them to stoke broader interest.
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.
Sarah Betadam, CIO of photonics, vision, and precision motion technology supplier Novanta, spoke during a recent CIO Leadership Live session about how she engages with myriad teams, functions and channels to effectively initiate digital transformation.
It's no wonder ERP has such a bad reputation: The history surrounding the complex and expensive enterprise software market is packed with tales of vendor mudslinging, outrageous hype and epic failures.
By Josh Fruhlinger, Peter Sayer and Thomas WailgumNov, 7 2022
Sheryl Bunton, SVP and CIO of business jet aircraft manufacturer Gulfstream Aerospace, spoke during a recent CIO Leadership Live session about digital business acceleration, intentional progression, and IT's agility layer.
The Israeli insurance company has transformed its customer experience for the least IT-literate segment of the population — the elderly. CIO Moshe Morgenstern shares lessons learned for those seeking to serve this growing market.
Brad Stone, CIO at global consultancy firm Booz Allen Hamilton, with strengths in defense, health, energy and international development, spoke at a recent Leading in Disruptive Times summit about key leadership methods to fuel success.
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