Frank Domizio shares his thoughts on cybersecurity’s place in the C-suite today, as well as the value of customer stories on software and other technology solutions.
Strong relationships between the CISO, the chief data officer, and the others involved with data will strengthen an organization’s data strategy, says Rob Wood.
Rob Wood and Aaron Back explore the evolving relationship between CIOs and CISOs and discuss the importance of sharing customer stories.
Today, C-level decision-makers are turning to cloud technology to cut costs, increase efficiencies, grow revenues, engage more customers, and scale.
Aaron Back and Tony Uphoff discuss how the role of the CIO has evolved over the past decade, as part of the leadup to the Digital CIO Summit.
Leveraging procurement pros’ data and process expertise will contribute to sound technology purchases, Joanna Martinez says.
John Siefert, Wayne Sadin, Chris Hughes, and John Muehling discuss why data modernization needs require C-suite execs to collaborate.
In this Road to CIO Summit discussion, Aaron Back asks Bob Evans to share his thoughts on the CIO’s role today, as well as outline some of the speakers on the April event’s roster.
Paul Swider explains how AI-powered consumer experience innovations are revolutionizing the retail healthcare field.
Analysts Tony Uphoff and Joanna Martinez share their perspectives on the relationship between the CEO and Chief Procurement Officer (CPO).
CISO Chris Hughes explains why Chief Data Officers (CDOs) and Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) need to work together to drive data governance.
Time was that IT leaders were primarily responsible for technology purchases, but the process now includes C-suite and executive-level buyers, too.
Analysts Tony Uphoff, Wayne Sadin, and Kenny Mullican discuss why you don’t have to be technical to lead technology teams.
In this Sustainability Impact Digital Summit moment, Salesforce’s Jen Brown and Kevin Vranes discuss how technology drives ESG transformation.
Given that technology evolves and accelerates at a rapid pace, Tony Uphoff explains why the lines between a technology company and a company harnessing the power of technology are blurring.
Think your company is immune to a SWA-style meltdown? Not so fast. Wayne Sadin explains why CXOs must implement technology oversight in four key areas: capacity risk, project risk, disaster risk, and technical debt.
Workday has a new co-CEO, who will be sole CEO in a year. Bob Evans shares insights into the new leader’s character.
Hiring a Chief Sustainability Office is a good idea, but if that’s not in the cards, you can also offload the role’s responsibilities to other CXOs instead, says Wayne Sadin.
Even though you may be a non-technical chief executive, you can still lead senior technology executives by prioritizing the following tactics writes four-time CEO Tony Uphoff
Wayne Sadin continues his discussion on the recent Southwest Airline meltdown and how it demonstrates the perils of ignoring regular maintenance of a company’s systems.