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.
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.
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.
All CIOs have been in a meeting where they challenged someone’s thinking and received an emotional response. I call these blow-up meetings, and how you handle them can create a pivotal moment in your transformation or change management program.
Sarah Betadam, CIO at Novanta, joins host Maryfran Johnson for this CIO Leadership Live interview, jointly produced by CIO.com and the CIO Executive Council. They discuss CIO-CEO relationships, business/IT partnerships, servant leadership, agile mindsets vs. methodologies and more.
‘Everything as a service’ doesn’t include every service IT provides, not to mention everything outside IT that can be characterized as a service. And what it leaves out is arguably more important than what it includes.
Small and medium business’ CIOs have much to teach larger enterprises, according to Fabienne Wintle, CIO of Navii, the Australian government-backed platform that supports small and medium businesses going digital.
Every year, around $1.8 billion (SEK18 billion) is incorrectly paid out of welfare systems in Sweden. But with the use of automation and data analytics, payments will be centralized and monitored at a new IT-based authority.