Driven partly by cutting costs and improving flexibility, outsourcing is alive and well in the UK
A subtle evolution is underway in the world of outsourcing. Client satisfaction levels are starting to increase; portfolios are starting to be rebalanced; and motives for outsourcing are starting to shift. read more
Essex County Council CIO David Wilde looks at achieving application visibility, and dealing with legacy and duplication. read more
Fashion house Paul Smith has long taken classic British style to the wider world. Now head of IT Lee Bingham is helping deliver the same quality to online shoppers
Pre- and post-London Olympics the world has been covered in British design. Union Jacks, the original Alec Issigonis Minis and the Rolling Stones seem to appear on T-shirts, bags, posters and other accessories no matter where in the world you are. But this is no new Cool Britannia boom – British company Paul Smith has been championing home-grown design and has become a world leader in fashion, design and retail since its iconic founder formed his company in Nottingham in the late 1960s and opened his first shop in 1970. read more
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and the Consumerisation of IT are transforming enterprise IT. But as end users enjoy the new freedom BYOD brings, the IT department is left struggling with old familiar problems of client management and data security.
The Key Facts
CIO UK, in association with Intel, gathered the views of more than 150 UK business technology leaders to understand their management, technology and business priorities for 2013. read more
Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group is a leading British-based insurance and re-insurance business. read more
Michelle McKenna-Doyle bringing analytics to the gridiron to improve player safety.
Michelle McKenna-Doyle, CIO for the National Football League, is driving innovation with analytics, using sensors to track players on the field and monitoring player health and safety with lab analysis of helmets. read more
These are the key questions facing IT budget holders today. As the technology emerges to move beyond basic server virtualisation toward a fully virtualised, software-defined data centre infrastructure, this webinar aims to help you map out the future.
CIO May 2013 issue editorial
As CIO UK announces the 2013 CIO 100 the volume calling for CIOs to forge closer relationships with the CMO or to become digital sales and marketing experts increases daily. read more
Making the Co-op truly cooperative
Andy Haywood's diversity challenge as the Co-op Group CIO read more
Jaguar Land Rover IT Projects and Portfolio Director Alex Rammal discusses issues including replication, alignment and rationalisation. read more
Broadcasting is undergoing a digital revolution to make its content available to users wherever, whenever and however they want it, says NBC's Jordan
Andrew Jordan is a communicator. He describes everything succinctly and his use of metaphor makes difficult subjects easy to grasp. read more