The following is our weekly roundup of SearchCIO and SearchCompliance content.
This week, an Intel announced its purchase of autonomous driving company Mobileye, putting a spotlight on the industry and the importance of data processing. In this Searchlight, Assistant Editor Mekhala Roy discusses the acquisition and why it matters to CIOs. (Hint: think data).
Speaking of data, in this story, Michael Vapenik, the enterprise data governance officer at American Express, shares his experience with making data-driven decisions and promoting a data-driven company.
The results from TechTarget’s 2017 IT Priorities Survey are in. The verdict: cloud is hot. In this results roundup, Senior Site Editor Ben Cole explores how senior tech leaders are prioritizing cloud-related projects, among other initiatives.
Digitization requires more of IT executives, especially when it comes to their relationship with business stakeholders. In this tip, CEB’s Andrew Horne shares his five elements of a new business engagement model.
“OpenStack is a great platform for 60% to 80% of the applications that a typical large business is running, but it’s not a solution for 100% of them,” said John Fruehe, senior analyst, Moor Insights & Strategy. In this tip, SearchCIO contributor Mary K. Pratt explains why not all apps work with the OpenSource platform.
Gaming is helping make Google DeepMind better. In this TotalCIO blog post, Features Writer Nicole Laskowski explores how gamification techniques are being used with great results.