Information is power and it’s an opportunity for any organisation in any sector to mine and use for its own sustainability
If I could put my finger on a single theme that came out of the creation of the 2015 CIO 100, it is the customer. read more
The CIO 100 class of 2012 and 2013 have left the CIO role, what does it mean for our community?
You've worked hard. You've climbed your way to the top of the tree. You've made it to be CIO, and there's certainly plenty to get on… read more
Companies must understand the value of a CIO or CTO
For those aiming for a role in technology leadership the idea that it is a purely technical role is a fallacy. read more
Something is preventing business from making the most of the cloud. Boards have an appetite for the operational flexibility and commercial benefits of cloud computing and it’s a great platform for innovation. The CIOs we talk with at BT are certainly keen to make the most of these opportunities. But even though they agree that the cloud could help solve their toughest business challenges, there’s still reluctance to adopt cloud deployments for more than tactical outcomes.
Leadership isn't about consensus - we have to stick our head above the parapet in service of our own bigger vision
I do want to challenge this notion that as leaders we are not able to go ahead with something without 100% buy-in, write CIO and… read more
A personal journey of using Wardley Mapping methods in the public sector
I was CIO at Department for Education when I first met Simon Wardley of the Leading Edge Forum and was blown away by his concept of… read more
As the first Group CIO for RSA, Darren Price is modernising and keeping an eye on the basics
Price became Group CIO in May 2013 and joined the executive committee of RSA a year later in May 2014, following careers as a COO and CIO. read more
By migrating to Windows Server 2012 R2, Microsoft Azure or Office 365, enterprises can achieve concrete benefits including improved performance, reduced maintenance requirements, and increased agility and speed of business response. So why have millions of businesses not yet made the move?
Intel at CeBit: The next generation workplace - what staff will expect and demand of you. Intel’s Stuart Dommett talks WiDi wireless… read more
Going 'back to basics' to focus on technology is not an option for the CIO
We still haven't universally accepted that the successful delivery of technology is as much an exercise in social and cultural change as… read more
Moore's Law, which has provided a guideline to maker cheaper, smaller and faster computers, endures even after 50 years
Moore's Law might not be on your mind when you're strapping on the latest smartwatch or ogling an iPhone, but for 50 years it has been… read more
Crossrail is Europe's largest engineering project, but essentially a pop-up business
A transformational CIO always has a number of major projects steaming through the organisation, but for Crossrail CIO Andrew Turner, his… read more