CIOs seek cybersecurity solutions, bigger voice in C-suite
Tech chiefs come together to sift through security issues, ranging from cybersecurity to budgets to CISO roles.
How CIOs can create the IT workforce of the future
Today’s businesses are more dependent on technology than ever. For CIOs this is a change-or-be-changed scenario -- a call to action to guide their businesses and shape the IT workforce.
How CISOs can create security KPIs and KRIs
The Information Security Forum recommends that CISOs take a four-step approach to creating key performance indicators (KPIs) and key risk indicators (KRIs) to support informed decision-making.
The ERP upgrade conundrum: How to calculate the true cost
If you use an old on-premise financial management solution, you have a difficult decision to make over the next few years: do you upgrade the application one last time and get a few more years out of it or move to a modern cloud solution? This is the first of three parts that will help you answer that question.
Busting UC&C myths to make better implementation decisions
There are some misunderstandings and myths relating to Unified Communications & Collaboration (UC&C) which are worth correcting because they may get in the way of an organisation making correct decisions about implementation.
Accelerating into the cloud
As the Cloud sector grows ever more rapidly and different solutions and plays seem to appear almost daily, the question becomes one of detail and matching need with the correct package. Brian Karlovsky looks at how the market is developing and what the channel should be doing for its clients.
6 steps to optimise your vendor relationships
Creating strong partnerships with vendors can be an important factor in determining whether organizations achieve their objectives. Here are six steps companies can take to maximize the results they get from their vendors.
CIOs share their secrets to unplugging on vacation
IT executives have learnt how to build strong, reliable and trustworthy teams so that no one person is the single point of contact. That not only allows for more efficiency, it lets CIOs unplug on summer vacations.
Making the case for agile in the enterprise
We look at how IT leaders make the business case for agile.
Customer engagement the top driver of competitive advantage
The primary mission of the CIO is no longer to drive competitive advantage by balancing a cadence of enterprise-wide deployments with the ongoing maintenance of legacy infrastructure.
How to structure an outsourced IT project for less risk, more leverage
Large-scale IT outsourcing deals are doomed to fail if you don’t structure the project properly. Therefore, it’s imperative that during the negotiating and contracting phase you lay the groundwork to mitigate the risks and maintain leverage.