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Ade McCormack

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The Innovation Virus

Set up an innovation centre - an exercise in expectation management where you show users the art of the possible

Innovation projects can range from turning today's technology into operational value through to turning tomorrow's technology into… read more

The easiest way to fail is to stand still

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The easiest way to fail is to stand still

The security landscape has changed beyond recognition and never more so than in the past five years

We have moved from systems and devices that were locked down as a matter of course, to a working environment that encourages greater levels of access and collaboration across multiple IT estates and devices. The CIO’s role in all this has changed from one of keeping infrastructures under lock and key at all costs, to implementing security policies that are just as robust, if not more so, than before – while allowing for increased business flexibility and workforce mobility.

Beyond the comfort zone

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Beyond the comfort zone

Only two out of 10 CIOs already see themselves as being digital, according to an IDG and CSC survey.

Only two out of 10 CIOs already see themselves as being digital, according to a cio.co.uk and CSC survey. So how do the majority go beyond their comfort zone and make the transition to becoming a ‘digital CIO’?

IBM Spectrum Accelerate

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IBM Spectrum Accelerate

Find out about the advanced functions and management simplicity of IBM Spectrum Accelerate

Businesses in all industries are searching for a new approach to storage management in order to tackle data growth challenges. This… read more

By IBM | 11 June 2015

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