MobileIron chief strategist Ojas Rege says good communications will create a cyber secure culture where security is seen as an enabler.
Digital health adoption requires dual leadership and European CIOs and CCIOs face the same challenge as health technology leaders in Ireland tell the Horizon CIO podcast.
MobileIron chief strategy officer Ojas Rege says a healthy organisation will reduce its potential to be hit by threats.
Digital change leaders Steve Homan and Rob Pearson discuss with CIO editor Mark Chillingworth how digital transformation is a total change in business model
Digital technology leaders Rachel Dunscombe and Mark Dundon discuss with CIO Editor Mark Chillingworth the challenges and opportunities startups and scaleup tech firms face with the public sector
CIO Graham Benson, Alec Laurie and Tim Newns of Manchester investment discuss the pros and cons of the Northern Powerhouse branding and reveal the city is far from Hard Times as its digital future develops
Ireland is booming as Europe’s digital hub and following Brexit could well become a financial services capital, its government services must keep up with the tiger. The Horizon CIO podcast visited its two most senior CIOs Barry Lowry and Richard Corbridge
With just seven months to go, are organisations ready for the major European regulation? We brought together a business technology leader from News UK and information, identity and technology specialists Amido to discuss the final sprint towards compliance
CIOs from Fintech, large UK law firms and global consumer goods maker RB discuss challenging business processes, opportunities to change, choosing the right partners and the impact of AI
It was sad to hear in our recent discussion and podcast with Richard Sykes that the inability of the UK to grasp the importance of learning a foreign language is damaging national opportunities to export its technological abilities. Read
Two hundred years on from the competitive battle between the canals and the railways as the nineteenth century speed on, we will now see classic cloud computing business models challenged in a major fashion Read
Andy Beale, James Duncan, James Findlay and Jerry Fishenden believe as a society we need a more informed debate on the impact technology will have on British society. The four former CIOs believe that debate means also addressing the way organisations operate because it is the new operating models that are changing society.
Dr Zafar Chaudry, who resigned as CIO at the Cambridge University Hospitals NHS trust last week has been revealed as CIO and SVP at the Seattle Children’s hospital. In a newswire statement Seattle Children’s said Chaudry will lead the Information Service and “will provide vision and leadership for the development of technology initiatives and services; direct the planning and implementation of enterprise-wide information technology systems; Read