Stephanie Overby is a regular contributor to CIO.com.
I costi del cloud sono una preoccupazione crescente per i CIO di oggi, ma gli strumenti, i talenti, la strategia e i termini contrattuali giusti possono aiutarvi a trarre il massimo dalla spesa attuale (e futura) per la “nuvola”.
CIOs are increasingly looking beyond their borders to fill vital IT positions, fueled by greater acceptance of remote work, constrained local talent pools, cost considerations, and emerging direct-hire models in remote locales.
Accenture maintained its hold at the top of the IT service provider market, as TCS inched to No. 2 and CapGemini leapfrogged to No. 6 in a year marked by a more incremental approach to modernization, according to Everest Group’s 7th annual rank
IT leaders too often find themselves behind on business-critical transformation efforts due to gaps in the technical, leadership, and business skills necessary to execute and drive change.
Cloud costs are a rising concern for today’s CIOs, but the right tools, talent, strategy, and contract terms can help ensure you make the most of your current (and future) cloud spend.
Despite a year under siege, the Ukrainian IT services sector remains a growing industry due to remarkable efforts and global goodwill.
Forward-thinking CIOs are taking center stage in sustainability efforts, by maximizing the cloud, harnessing data for ESG, and collaborating with business partners, peers, and outside orgs.
IT leaders aren’t waiting to be pushed to address environmental concerns. Instead, they are working alone or together on new ways to advance sustainability within IT and throughout their businesses.