Top CIOs start the journey to the 'digital enterprise'
Back in 1980, the woman who now runs the data center at State Street Bank started her career there by pricing a mutual fund in a ledger book. That process would get automated as the bank became a computerized enterprise. Today, she can connect State Street's systems with those of customers and partners and produce sophisticated reports to let customers analyze the mutual funds they might buy. That's the digital enterprise.
More companies use cloud as part of IT
Findings from Verizon State of the Market: Enterprise Cloud 2014 Report.
A CFO's view of consumer data
CIO's Martha Heller talks to Greg Walsh, CFO of IPG Mediabrands, about how big data and second screens are transforming media buying.
Selling cloud to the board
"I’ve never viewed cloud as being necessarily cheaper, but I’ve always seen it as being more efficient," says carsales.com.au's CIO Ajay Bhatia.
Microsoft exec opens up about Research lab closure, layoffs
This week, Harry Shum, Microsoft EVP of Technology & Research, posted what he termed an "open letter to the academic research community" on the company's research blog.
Ron Goh appointed as ASEAN lead at VMware
He succeeds Jon Robertson in leading ASEAN, as Robertson takes on the role of Vice President and General Manager in Japan.
Cook trounces Nadella in 2014 tech pay package tussle
Apple CEO has already received US$146 million in stock awards this year.
Asia’s Top Companies celebrated for industry excellence
Frost & Sullivan 2014 Asia Pacific Best Practices Awards presented