The IT consultancy has given its developers a leg up by building a portal aimed at automating low-level and advanced tasks alike, freeing them up to innovate in-house solutions with greater business impact.
Zimmer Biomet CIO Zeeshan Tariq details the value of a connected, engaged culture when working structures are in flux, and the importance of front-foot initiatives to ensure a seamless transition when the unexpected happens.
AI, analytics, and cybersecurity are at the heart of the continual transformation of Canada’s largest electric utility, says Hydro Québec’s vice-president of Information and Communications Technologies.
IT leaders are not immune to infatuation with the promise of emerging tech. Here, CIOs share which technologies they believe are primed to underdeliver, offering advice on right-sizing expectations for each one.
When the pandemic put its independent agents and franchises at grave business risk, Aflac IT set about augmenting their work with digital capabilities that make them ‘bionic,’ tech chief Richard Gilbert says.
Query accelerators such as data lakehouses consolidate the data warehouse and data lake into a single system of insight that enables enterprises to accelerate analysis and maximize data value at a reduced cost.
Manufacturers are bridging the IT/OT divide with digital transformations that provide predictive maintenance, improved customer experiences, data-driven decision-making, and smarter supply chain operations.
To support the global professional services firm’s new business strategy, CDIO Madhuri Andrews conceptualized three modes of IT: customer transformation, global talent, and integrated global IT operations.
Sheryl Bunton, SVP/CIO at Gulfstream Aerospace, joins host Maryfran Johnson for this CIO Leadership Live interview, jointly produced by CIO.com and the CIO Executive Council. They discuss digital business acceleration, intentional innovation, IT's "agility layer" and more.
In economic downturns, cost-cutting is essential. But so too is making the right IT investments, as IT can better position their organizations to weather lean times and come out ahead for the long run.
Data engineers are vital members of any enterprise data analytics team, responsible for managing, optimizing, overseeing, and monitoring data retrieval, storage, and distribution throughout the organization.
The former global CIO at Deloitte — and CIO Hall of Fame member — explains the importance of lifting up colleagues on your way to a leadership role and how to bring new ideas to fruition against the odds.