The evolving CIO Agenda

The Evolving CIO Agenda

Many industry trends and developments have a direct or indirect impact on the role of IT, the way in which IT services are defined and delivered, and the nature of the IT-business relationship. This in turn has led to a lively debate around the role of the CIO and how the CIO agenda is (or should be) shifting to take account of trends such as cloud computing, shared dynamic infrastructure, the consumerisation of IT, etc.

As we go about our research and engage with the CIO community on a day to day basis, we frequently identify ideas, approaches, issues and practical considerations that are relevant to those looking to enhance their performance in a leadership role.

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Predictions for 2014

From the voice of reason

Column/Blog Post published December 2013

Will the CMO inherit the Earth?

And steal of your IT budget?

Column/Blog Post published December 2013

Software Defined Networking (SDN) continues to move forwards

Channel focus: The next step

Column/Blog Post published October 2013

The End User Security Jigsaw

Completing the puzzle for your organisation

Report/Paper published August 2013

The Data Protection Imperative

Time to take notice, time to become proactive

Report/Paper published July 2013

Data Protection as a Business Enabler

Not all data is created equal

Report/Paper published July 2013

Don’t forget the desktop

End user computing must be thought about holistically

Column/Blog Post published May 2013

DCIM and Energy Management

Underappreciated and invisible?

Inside Track published May 2013

Speeding up ‘Change’

People and processes must accelerate as IT develops more quickly

Column/Blog Post published May 2013

Freedom without Anarchy

Empowering your users while keeping control

Report/Paper published February 2013

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