Technology is such a vital competitive differentiator that all business execs, whether they are CIOs, CEOs, CFOs or CMOs, need to understand the essentials.
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Australian-listed information technology consulting firm UXC has taken on former Service Stream IT executive Craig Wishart as its new group CIO and CTO.
Most of Gartner's top 10 strategic assumptions for digital business translate into upheaval for business technology executives.
Dollar increase and high salaries are some of the factors impacting the technology market negatively, says research.
As President Obama seeks a new U.S. Chief Information Officer, it's time to examine the opportunities and obstacles associated with this important role.
Digital transformation is important for tech leaders, but don't expect any real budget increases to follow.
The legal concerns surrounding big data are still uncharted waters, and IT leaders need to be diligent about investigating and addressing the risks they may be taking on before they get in too deep.
As smart machines become a bigger part of businesses some human will have to give companies and brands a more intimate face. Enter the digital humanist.
Tech leaders will have to transform everything they do to enable digital-first enterprises, says Gartner. Will CXOs be the hero or the goat?
Size matters more than innovation in most markets. Is it still possible to build large companies on the merits of their innovative ideas?
Also listed as an executive vice president reporting directly to EMC CEO Joe Tucci, Rowe has a long history in both the tech and finance sectors.
IT budgets often favor operating expenses over enabling new technologies. Here's why that might not be the case for much longer.
Organizations are grappling with spending decisions for 2015, balancing complicated equations that include new technologies and shifting priorities.
IT budgets are increasing for 45 percent of those who responded to Tech Pro Research's latest survey. Find out the results of the research report: 2015 IT Budget Trends.
One of the arguments that has defined the corporate perception of the IT department over the past decade is viewing it as a cost center versus a profit center. Here's where the argument stands today.
As the budget for traditional IT infrastructure shrinks, decision makers will increasingly reallocate their funds in 2015 and beyond into cloud, mobility, and big data where they are seeing areas of growth.