This week’s CIO podcast is going to be a difficult listen for many, but this is also a story of hope.
It is a story that is at the heart of being a CIO and one that demonstrates what Editor Mark Chillingworth has said for many years, that this CIO community can do great things
Contracts that show no respect to the relationship between individuals and innovation have to be torn up. In today’s economy where so many barriers to entry are low, an idea can be turned into reality rapidly and before you know it your organisation has lost margin or customers where it needn’t have done Read
Described as the new oil, data really is changing the corporate travel industry and delivering profits as the data leader of the world’s largest corporate travel firm tells the Horizon CIO podcast and its Editor Mark Chillingworth
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
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.