When it comes to sustainability, it's essential for CIOs to establish IT systems and metrics to measure results and ensure the right data is collected and analyzed.
In order to solve difficult problems or plot long-term strategic plans, it's important to curve out chunks of distraction-free time devoted solely to thinking.
To ensure the success of big data and advanced-analytics initiatives, organizations may need to add new roles, such as a chief data officer and a chief analytics officer.
Security is near the top of every CIO’s list of priorities. However, security ranks significantly lower when it comes to IT funding. Why the disconnect?
When you see employees using paper forms, such as invoices, work orders and customer surveys, examine how the data process can be digitized via a tablet or other computing device.
All the protections and controls in the world offer little security if there's a fundamental flaw in the way mobile applications are designed, implemented and used.
CIOs need to recognize the elevated role of the CMO and marketing technology, and both sets of executives must find ways to work together more effectively.
Enterprises are expected to increasingly tap into IT outsourcing through hybrid clouds, including colocation and managed-service models, during the next few years.
Chief sustainability officers need the full support of CIOs in order for them to be able to help a company be more environmental and operate more efficiently.
CIOs must formulate a focused strategy that reinvents IT and the business. For many companies, constant digital transformation is now the foundation of business.