Share or be left out: That was a common theme at this year’s MIT Sloan CIO Symposium. In today’s digital ecosystem, companies have to cooperate in order to compete, according to expert panelists. In this week’s Searchlight, Features Writer Jason Sparapani explores the idea of “coopetition” from this year’s symposium.
Also from the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium: IT executives explain why financial services companies should take a lesson from startups when making their digital transformation. Plus, Derek Roos, CEO and co-founder of cloud platform Mendix, talked with SearchCIO at the symposium about digital innovation, leadership and the importance of celebrating success.
Speaking of digital transformation, in this Conference Notebook, three digital leaders from CBS, IBM and SAP detail how they overcame one of the biggest digital transformation hurdles: resistance to change.
Adopting a DevOps model has its fair share of risks and rewards — take it from those who have been there. In this feature, IT leaders discuss their experiences with DevOps adoption and why strong leadership, good people skills, patience and financial know-how are crucial to the process.
What does humanity look like in an IoT age? In this opinion piece, SearchCIO columnist Harvey Koeppel explores the evolution of IoT and why it calls for new thinking and new value systems. Another crucial part of IoT is privacy and security. CTO Niel Nickolaisen explains why IoT privacy and security are moving to the top of CIO agendas. Lastly, our latest issue of CIO Decisions delves into IoT applications in the massive food supply industry.
Over on SearchCompliance…
Regulating big data is already a big part of information governance, but could it actually generate new revenue? In this tip, SearchCompliance expert Jeffrey Ritter details how to leverage big data and systems monitoring to create new wealth.
What’s on your calendar this year? This SearchCompliance events calendar lists upcoming GRC conferences you should consider attending in 2016.