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Laggard or leader? The CIO’s mission post-pandemic

Technology will be a critical enabler for businesses to run smoothly and to drive continued value in the future. However, top management, including the board, will have to find the balance between positioning their business for growth and innovation, while also remaining cost-efficient in the current climate. A lot of the weight is on the shoulders of the CIO. But where should they start?


UK CIOs bottom of global workflow digitisation rankings

UK CIOs are failing to recognise the importance of workflow digitisation A CIO survey conducted by Oxford Economics for ServiceNow has found that UK CIOs are putting the least amount of budget aside for workflow digitisation compared to other countries. The global survey, that interviewed 516 CIOs, also revealed that nearly two-thirds of CIOs consider… Read More


How can enterprises avoid “app overflow”?
Firms are swimming in a sea of applications, bringing fresh challenges that need to be addressed  For the digital enterprise making use of the best-in-breed applications is non-negotiable, and the number they are relying on is increasing. Workforces on average rely on 162 applications to stay productive, according to cloud identity and access management platform... Read More

Half of UK CIOs fear IT talent scarcity post-Brexit

As UK firms wrangle with uncertainty caused by Brexit delays, CIOs fear that a dearth of tech talent is on the horizon Over half of UK business leaders are anxious about Brexit’s impact on their IT workforce, according to a report released today by Barclaycard. 51 per cent of UK CIOs are concerned that they… Read More