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Pete Coleman, a CIO in transition

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CIO Career

Pete Coleman, a CIO in transition

Outgoing Co-operative Bank CIO Pete Coleman writes exclusively for CIO UK about his next challenges, and why he's excited about future adventures

I haven't got a job. I am of a generation where those few words strike fear in my heart. If I talk to young people they expect breaks in…

By Pete Coleman | 11 April 2014

Digital business is a journey, not a destination

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Strategy

Digital business is a journey, not a destination

Success will require CIOs and CMOs to partner and develop a transformation strategy to deliver digital customer experiences and digital operational excellence in support of customers

Your company will face an extinction event in the next 10 years. And while you may see it coming, you may not have enough time to save…

By Nigel Fenwick | 8 April 2014

Windows XP - Chronicle of a death foretold

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Enterprise Applications

Windows XP - Chronicle of a death foretold

The end-of-support deadline for Windows XP, heavily publicised since 2007, is upon us, and hundreds of millions of PCs still run the OS

Now Microsoft has ended support of Windows XP, a security sinkhole will likely open and gradually widen, threatening hundreds of…

By Juan Carlos Perez | 8 April 2014

CIO job swap - focus on the leadership

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Leadership

CIO job swap - focus on the leadership

CIO Richard Corbridge, recognised recently in the 2014 CIO 100, asks which skills are most important if a CIO was to change industry?

The butcher, the baker and the candlestick-maker - or in this case, the educator, the shop owner, the mechanic and the know-it-all -…

By Richard Corbridge | 7 April 2014

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