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New ways the CIO role is changing offers key insights into changes impacting business itself
A business strategy built on digital transformation is embraced by many enterprise CIOs, and an entire $1.7 trillion industry has sprung up around the the effort.
In our current era of food delivery robots and self-driving cars, a different take on robotics and automation is earning the attention of CIOs: robotics process automation (RPA).
A comprehensive data strategy drives corporate efficiency and helps teams make market and customer-driven decisions to reduce expense and generate new revenue streams. What does a successful data strategy look like for 2020?
Every business struggles with legacy software. As business needs change, these legacy platforms often fail to keep pace. Then, as the systems age, developers trade short-term fixes to keep the lights on. Over time, this cost-cutting takes a toll on the platform’s effectiveness. That’s technical debt.
For several decades, technology has served as a core component of any business strategy. Incredible as it might seem, the stakes today are higher than ever.
As companies continue to experience a fundamental shift in the way technology affects business, the spotlight remains on CIOs to guide their organizations toward the right objectives.
For 2020 business data security, CIOs will feel increasing pressures as cybercriminals threaten not only data, but also the very infrastructures that they rely upon.