• September 13, 2018 13 Sep'18

    Federal privacy regulations usher in the age of tech lawmakers

    Big tech and privacy advocates are lobbying for dramatically different federal data privacy rights. CIOs should pay attention to whom -- and what -- the legislation seeks to regulate.

  • September 07, 2018 07 Sep'18

    Multi-cloud strategy: Determine the right cloud for your workloads

    Businesses typically deploy a multi-cloud strategy to gain more agility, flexibility and choice, but Ed Featherston's advice for CIOs taking their first foray into the cloud is to pick one provider ...

  • September 07, 2018 07 Sep'18

    3 secret virtues of a great IT practitioner

    At Gartner Catalyst, Gartner's Danny Brian explained why great IT practitioners are lazy, impatient and hubristic.

  • August 31, 2018 31 Aug'18

    AI and automation will need more than a great user experience

    CIOs are often inundated with vendor promises of a user experience so superb, they won't need to fret about employee training. But CIOs should be skeptical when they hear promises like these, ...

  • August 31, 2018 31 Aug'18

    Success with automation and AI requires a high 'RQ'

    CIOs should assess their 'robotics quotient,' a Forrester Research construct that measures how ready organizations are to introduce automation and AI technologies successfully.

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  • August 31, 2018 31 Aug'18

    A look inside MX's flat organizational structure

    At Gartner Catalyst 2018, analysts highlighted digital banking platform company MX's flat organizational structure as a model for IT pros to pull from when driving cultural change at their companies.

  • August 30, 2018 30 Aug'18

    Transforming IT infrastructure and operations to drive digital business

    In an environment where speed disrupts everything, organizations must transform their I&O. Gartner's Gregory Murray explained how at the Gartner Catalyst conference.

  • August 30, 2018 30 Aug'18

    How bias in AI happens -- and what IT pros can do about it

    At Gartner Catalyst 2018, Darin Stewart detailed how AI bias finds its way into algorithms, what IT pros can do to prevent it -- and why it's sometimes OK to intentionally insert it.

  • August 24, 2018 24 Aug'18

    The message from Gartner Catalyst 2018? Just do it

    IT can no longer let organizational dysfunction get in the way of digital progress. At Gartner Catalyst 2018, IT pros were urged not to wait to be told what to do.

  • August 22, 2018 22 Aug'18

    Approaches for embedding human ethics in AI systems

    Instilling ethics in AI systems is a low priority for CIOs aiming to harness the power of machine intelligence. That's a mistake, warned Darin Stewart at the Gartner Catalyst event.

  • August 21, 2018 21 Aug'18

    Gartner Catalyst 2018: A future without data centers?

    Cloud computing advancements have led some organizations to consider eliminating their data centers. Here are strategies to determine which applications are cloud-ready.

  • August 20, 2018 20 Aug'18

    Building inclusive teams gets more attention from CIOs

    Conversations about gender and racial equality aren't just happening in the political and social sphere, they're also happening in the C-Suite. Kristi Lamar, managing director and U.S. CIO program ...

  • August 17, 2018 17 Aug'18

    Deloitte CIO survey: Traditional CIO role doesn't cut it in digital era

    New findings from Deloitte show CIOs are not evolving with the times. More than half are stuck in 'trusted operator' mode, which is quickly becoming obsolete.

  • August 16, 2018 16 Aug'18

    2018 MIT Sloan CIO Symposium: A SearchCIO guide

    The 2018 MIT Sloan CIO Symposium was all about making good on an enterprise digital transformation strategy. Explore the strategic advice, emerging technologies and big ideas from this year’s roster of CIOs, MIT faculty and experts.

  • August 14, 2018 14 Aug'18

    GE rumors highlight digital culture hardship for CIOs

    The rumors that GE is putting pieces of its vaunted GE Digital unit on the chopping block spread like wildfire. True or not, here's why CIOs should be taking notes.