• November 30, 2018 30 Nov'18

    How to get more women leaders in tech: It's not just a numbers game

    Women leaders in tech are still few and far between. The industry knows it's a problem, but fixing gender inequality in the top ranks won't be easy, according to a recent panel.

  • November 30, 2018 30 Nov'18

    RPA projects are the future for communications firm

    Robotic process automation, or RPA, is sweeping R.R. Donnelley & Sons, which enlists RPA adoption as a way to automate repetitive activities in the document preparation process.

  • November 30, 2018 30 Nov'18

    5 AI predictions for 2019: Pragmatic AI takes hold

    What are the forces driving enterprise AI in 2019? Forrester Research breaks down five, CIO-tailored AI predictions for the upcoming year.

  • November 30, 2018 30 Nov'18

    How to ask questions the way great business leaders do: CFO Summit

    Great business leaders are willing to endure all sorts of pain when they ask questions, says Hal Gregersen, who spoke at the MIT CFO Summit. That's how they solve problems.

  • November 29, 2018 29 Nov'18

    Advancing tech, analytics techniques give rise to the 'digital CFO'

    The rise of digitized processes and data analytics in modern companies has unquestionably influenced the CIO's role -- a topic we cover often here on SearchCIO. But realizing the importance of ...

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  • November 28, 2018 28 Nov'18

    Enterprise AI adoption on fire, but foundation lacking for sustainable AI

    McKinsey surveyed thousands of executives on their AI projects to find out what was working and what wasn't. Here's the lowdown.

  • November 28, 2018 28 Nov'18

    Cisco network architecture targets CIOs. Will they buy it?

    An emerging Cisco network architecture that spans multiple domains and integrates security debuted at a recent conference. The vendor's architectural messaging targets CIOs.

  • November 26, 2018 26 Nov'18

    Multivendor RPA strategy is trending at enterprises

    All RPA platforms are not the same. A multivendor RPA strategy is taking shape at enterprises -- for multiple reasons.

  • November 21, 2018 21 Nov'18

    AI-enabled enterprise starts with education, not tech

    Step one for CIOs charged with building an AI-enabled workplace is to keep up with what's happening in the field. Next is to help their IT teams develop the habit.

  • November 21, 2018 21 Nov'18

    Backer says U.S. Internet Bill of Rights will not follow EU model

    Rep. Ro Khanna is on a mission to pass regulation that would shore up data privacy rights. But he's not looking to Europe's 'overprescriptive' approach for inspiration.

  • November 21, 2018 21 Nov'18

    Beware of unwitting bias in AI algorithms, experts say

    Companies need to know how bias can unwittingly creep into recommendations from AI algorithms, according to panelists at the recent AI and the Future of Work event at MIT. Sophie Vandebroek, vice ...

  • November 16, 2018 16 Nov'18

    How augmented intelligence can enhance jobs

    Augmented intelligence -- AI used to enhance human skills -- makes workplaces more productive, diverse, inclusive and authentic. That's one future conjured at an MIT forum on AI.

  • November 16, 2018 16 Nov'18

    What are the top IoT security challenges in corporate settings?

    Extended product lifecycles, consumer apathy and lacking federal regulation lead the top IoT security challenges in corporate settings.

  • November 12, 2018 12 Nov'18

    Data analytics projects need structure, says former Avis analytics exec

    In this Q&A, Ashok Kumar made one thing clear for CIOs: Before they touch an AI project, they need to get their data house in order.

  • November 09, 2018 09 Nov'18

    Google's Eric Schmidt on digital success -- be first, perfect comes later

    Success for digital products doesn't follow the same trajectory as for physical goods. Google's Eric Schmidt laid out the case for a rush-to-market approach at an MIT event on AI.