By Georgette Kiser, CIO, The Carlyle Group
By Kim A. Wismer, CIO, Ballard Spahr LLP
By Noel Wong, CIO & SVP, XO Communications
By Paul Scorza, CIO, Ahold USA, Inc
By Alvina Antar, CIO, Zuora
A key learning that I’ve gathered over the years is to use products for what they are primarily built for and not extend their capabilities to areas outside of the product’s core
By Mujib Lodhi, CIO, WSSC
As CIO of one of the country’s largest water utilities, the water sector carries special meaning for me. Having spent my childhood growing up in different countries
By Elaine Mays, CIO, Texas Juvenile Justice Department
Data is not standardized and there is incomplete or inaccurate information making it difficult to make good business decisions. Well, this is how some organizations operate today.
By Scott Strickland, CIO, DMH Global
Analysts, experts, and observers often encourage CIOs to be aligned with the business. I disagree.
By David Decker, CIO & VP-IT, Johnson Controls Automotive Seating
Traditionally, CIOs were responsible for the day-to-day activities encompassing the entire lifecycle of information technology systems, including development, maintenance and renewal.
By Charles Jackson, CEO, FieldAware
If you were blind every week from 8 am to 5 pm, you wouldn’t go about your day hoping your vision gets better; you’d go immediately to the doctor and try to have it fixed.
By John Boden, VP of Information and Member Services, Society of Petroleum Engineers
The low price of crude oil has been the key factor in the oil and gas market since late 2014. That translates to a need for improved efficiency and innovation.
By Pam Parisian, CIO, Technology Development, AT&T Services
Our goal is to give our customers greater choice, flexibility and ease of use with our IoT infrastructure and solutions.
By Matt Riley, CIO, University of Montana
One of the great challenges of IT in a university setting is web presence among the many academic and administrative units and departments across campus.
By Ben Stewart, CIO, Stant USA Corporation
Why is it that providing good, timely information is so difficult? We have collected mountains of data in our ERP systems, various applications, spreadsheets and email.
By Simon Cooper, CIO, ServicePower Technologies, Plc
The initial shift to mobile was pioneered by field service organizations that began using enterprise applications on the first mobile devices to enhance field worker productivity.
By Jason Koenders, CTO & SVP, Integra
Unified communications (UC) continues to evolve as organizations seek seamless integration among voice, mobile communications, email, and messaging to empower their workforces to be more productive and to better capture the data.
By Zack Bishop, EVP & CIO, Renasant Bank
Banks and Financial Institutions must prepare for the unknown, especially as disrupters in this sector begin to dip into banking services. These “disrupters” come with more concern than our banking peers.
By Khalil Yazdi, CIO in Residence, Cloud Services Program Development, Internet2
Although commercial cloud offerings can be attractive, the higher education community has very complex technology, compliance, and purchasing requirements .
By Clifford Russell, CIO, Morehouse College
One of the biggest challenges in moving Higher Education into the future, as far as technology is concerned is overcoming the inertia of the way things have been done in the past.
By Patrice Eberline, VP of Global Customer Transformation, ServiceMax
Businesses succeed when they achieve tangible and sustainable results for customers–especially when those results improve their own bottom lines.