CEOs are investing heavily in digital business strategies, hoping to avoid the kind of disruption roiling sectors such as transportation, banking and other industries. And that’s good news for CIOs.
Stories by Clint Boulton
USAA, the financial services firm for military veterans, will create messaging bots to automate financial services for its 11.4 million customers.
As if CIOs don’t have enough to worry about from cyber-threats and digital transformations, they must now be wary of impatient new bosses coming in to shake things up.
CIOs have a great opportunity to hire technology workers jettisoned from startups forced to curb expenses.
Fraudsters are using legitimate executive names and email addresses to dupe unsuspecting employees to wire money or sensitive documents to their accounts. The CTO of the Boston Celtics, for one, is fighting back.
Jody Davids, who has served as CIO of Agrium, Best Buy and Cardinal Health, has taken the leadership skills cultivated in her 35-year career to beverage giant PepsiCo.
Bimodal IT is gaining acceptance at some multi-billion-dollar corporations but Forrester Research says it’s the wrong approach at a time when customer preferences for digital technologies are forcing companies to move faster.
Millennials are pressuring companies to implement new training processes to acclimate these younger employees to new technologies.
CIOs are taking on customer-facing positions, which companies are creating to get a better handle on how to better grow their digital businesses.
Despite the rising popularity in digital transformations, one college professor says his students want no part of the CIO role, let alone IT.
J.Crew hires Michelle Garvey from Ann Inc. as its new CIO as the struggling apparel retailers attempts to jumpstart sluggish sales and declining profits.
Nordstrom hires Kumar Srinivasan, who will work with CIO Dan Little to help streamline and improve the fashion retailer's merchandise and supply chain software.
Using data collected from millions of weekly transactions, Starbucks plans to provide more personalized service to its mobile app and loyalty reward users.
Looking to save on networking costs, some CIOs are extending SDN capabilities to the WANs that connect remote offices. The challenge is that the fledgling SD-WAN market is unpredictable and driven largely by startups.
At a time when consumers expect rapid fulfillment as they shop online and from mobile devices, Target is writing custom software to improve its supply chain operations.