Deloitte Consulting says augmented and virtual reality, Internet of Things, advanced analytics and blockchain software offer the most promise in 2016.
Stories by Clint Boulton
CIOs who aren't learning what their customers want risk losing focus as they augment their business with digital capabilities.
CIOs and CMOs who value their jobs are collaborating on digital transformations that require them to map out and connect customer interactions across every touchpoint. But this isn’t happening as much as it should.
CIO Mike Heim is replacing Whirlpool’s aging SAP ERP systems with the vendor's HANA software, and is working closely with IBM on its Internet of Things predictive analytics platform.
CIO and CISO Tammy Moskites says companies face mounting risks from insecure digital certificates in the era of the Internet of Things – it’s those cybersecurity threats that drew her to the dual C-suite role at Venafi.
CIOs are finding a reprieve from the global IT talent vacuum in LinkedIn. IT executives are using the professional social networking platform to land new gigs.
Many companies don’t see themselves as attractive targets for hackers. Matt Comyns, the global cybersecurity practice leader for recruiter Russell Reynolds Associates, begs to differ.
Less than half of Fortune 500 CIOs surveyed said that their companies are using containers, suggesting that technology hasn’t gained steam in large enterprises. Why aren’t more IT executives embracing Docker and CoreOS?
NBTY turned to custom software to help overhaul business processes in the company's 380 Vitamin World retail shops, helping the company meet financial objectives.
Despite the promise of big data, most analytics projects suffer from bad data syndrome, the result of tension between CIOs and line of business managers.
CIOs are still lukewarm to the idea of sharing the cybersecurity threat information the U.S. government is requesting in its Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act. Department of Homeland Security official Andy Ozment reassures IT executives that the feds just want to ‘help you.’
Dawn Lepore parlayed her IT work at Charles Schwab in the mid-1990s to become CEO of Drugstore.com in 2004. She offers CIOs some pointers on how take it up a level.
Messaging bots patrolling collaboration platforms such as Slack and startup Kore will lean increasingly on machine learning and natural language processing to automate travel booking, expense management, help desk and other services, experts say.
Yale New Haven Hospital is using feedback software and tablets to help bolster patient satisfaction and, ideally, outcomes, says CIO Lisa Stump.
Carl Leonard, a principal security analyst for Raytheon's Websense cybersecurity software unit, offers insight into the most serious threats CIOs and CISOs are likely to grapple with this year.