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An Army of Fridges

Public awareness of the Internet of Things was already on the increase before an army of fridges, baby monitors and video cameras recently brought down Twitter, CNN and Netflix, courtesy of the Mirai Botnet.

Are Mobile Payments Ready for Take Off?

For at least a decade, there’s been something mirage-like about mobile payments: They have always seemed just over the horizon and receding as we think we’re getting closer.

IT - Digital's Achilles' Heel

The obstacles are likely to arise when a company tries to connect its digital initiatives with the organization’s hundreds of legacy IT systems and databases. In many cases, those systems have been in place for decades and can’t interface with new di...

Leading a 360-Degree Digital Transition

Many describe digital innovation as a wave, which implies that once it passes, everything will resolve to a new normal. But we see digital innovation as a tide that is in constant and powerful flux. Hyperconnectivity; massive, cloud-based computing po...

How Utilities Are Deploying Data Analytics Now

Utilities are sitting on a wealth of opportunity from data analytics, with more information than ever before flowing from smart meters and other sensors, along with traditional sources of data about their operations. Most utility executives see the po...

Digital or Die: The Choice for Luxury Brands

It may not be widely recognized as such just yet, but digital technology is probably one of the best things to happen to luxury brands in a long time.

Why the Technology Economy Matters

Declines in technology investment are followed by startling drops in macroeconomic growth. In fact, you can see that the technology economy has close relationships with GDP, productivity, and other measures of economic health—if you look closely.

Why Technology Matters

In this series of articles, we challenge the conventional wisdom that the powerful effects of technology aren’t visible in economic metrics. Our research shows precisely why technology matters to a company’s bottom line and exactly how it has impact.

Repowering the Matrix

Matrix organizations can help companies outperform their competitors. But they are often hard to run, and attempts to fix them frequently fail. At the root of these problems—which relate less to the structure of the matrix itself and more to the way ...

Demystifying Organization Design

New strategies—or shifts in existing strategies—frequently require a change in organization design. Whether companies are winning new customers, launching new products quickly, achieving radical cost reduction, expanding globally, or accomplishing br...
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CIO Appointments


The CMO-CIO relationship: a powerhouse for digital transformation

CMOs and CIOs share an end goal, but that doesn’t mean harmonious cooperation comes easily. Arlene Wherrett expands on her first post to explain how the two leaders can become as intertwined as the business technology they govern.

Bhagowalia assumes CIO post at Treasury

Sanjeev “Sonny” Bhagowalia has come back to the federal government to take on the role of Treasury Department CIO.

McKesson Appoints Kathy McElligott to Executive Vice President, Chief Information and Chief Technology Officer

McKesson Corporation MCK, -2.13% today announced that Kathy McElligott has been appointed to executive vice president and chief information (CIO) and chief technology officer (CTO) effective July 20. McElligott comes to McKesson from Emerson where sh...

Richard Shannon Joins Deutsche Bank as CIO

Deutsche Bank announced two senior appointments to further strengthen its leadership team in technology and operations.Richard Shannon will join in October as Americas CIO, supporting the Bank’s compliance and regulatory technology initiatives. Shann...

Jeff Smith appointed IBM global CIO

Suncorp's former chief information officer Jeff Smith has been appointed to lead the global IT operations of technology giant IBM. Smith announced in June that he would leave his seven-year stint at Suncorp to move back to the US and to an undisclose...

Department of Energy CIO Bob Brese Leaving Government for the Private Sector

Department of Energy CIO Bob Brese is leaving government for the private sector, the department confirmed Aug. 18. Brese's email to DOE staff was referenced in initial reports on Federal News Radio. The email didn't say where Brese was going after hi...

Suma Nallapati to be the Colorado’s CIO

Gov. John Hickenlooper is promoting Suma Nallapati to be the Colorado’s secretary of technology and chief information officer. Nallapati has been the chief technology officer for the Governor’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) since Feb. 24. S...

Justice Department Names New CIO

Joseph Klimavicz, who led IT, big data, and datacenter consolidation initiatives at NOAA, will assume the DoJ's CIO seat in May.

Michael Harte Joins Barclays Bank as CIO

The man who piloted the billion dollar technology initiative that has given Commonwealth Bank of Australia a digital lead over its big four rivals says he is leaving in order to affect a similar turnaround at embattled Barclays Bank as it seeks to re...

Rite Aid (RAD) Names Matt Lynch as CIO

Rite Aid Corporation announced that Matt Lynch, an information technology executive with nearly 30 years’ experience, is joining Rite Aid as senior vice president and chief information officer.

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