This week, Uber rolled out self-driving vehicles in Pittsburgh. In Searchlight, Senior Executive Editor Linda Tucci talks with industry experts to find out what implications it will have on the auto industry and the trends that CIOs should watch out for. Also in Searchlight: the Galaxy Note 7 recall, changes at HP, hybrid cloud rules.
Contributor Mary K. Pratt writes about how Craig Patterson helped Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority (LMHA) to achieve its mission of serving its community effectively, by convincing them to move to the cloud. Patterson is the acting CIO at LMHA and also the president and CEO of his Texas-based management consulting firm Patterson & Associates.
On our TotalCIO blog, Features Writer Jason Sparapani writes about how the Sept. 7 Apple event got him thinking about the future of mobile devices in businesses. “When Apple introduced the iPhone 7 last week, with no headphone jack, and its wireless earbuds, it was sketching out a future in which devices connect – to other devices, to the internet, to people — without cords,” he writes.
This week on our SearchCompliance blog, I highlight the main points from a panel discussion on Preparing your Employees to be the Compliance Front Line at the recent Thomson Reuters Compliance and Risk Forum in Boston. During the session, panelists spoke about how organizations can prevent employees from engaging in ethical misconducts by providing them with training about the company culture from day one and how it is important to show employees that the company values proper ethics.