Stephanie Overby is a regular contributor to CIO.com.
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.
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.
IT services costs are rising, in large part due to global talent shortages and shifting economic forces. Here’s how CIOs can keep costs in check while driving business value with sourcing partnerships.
Experience level agreements (XLAs) are gaining traction as key performance metrics for IT orgs delivering solutions to customers and employees alike. Here’s how to evolve your SLA strategy.
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.
With CEOs anticipating recession, IT leaders need to take proactive steps by reassessing contracts, tech portfolios, projects lists, and job postings before CFOs come for their budgets.
IT leaders seeking board opportunities need to network, raise their profile, nurture their relationships, and pursue their passion to land the right board roles where they can have an impact.
The pandemic has proved IT agility is an existential imperative. IT leaders versed with agile transformation share tips for speeding up IT’s ability to create business value and navigate change.