Making Meaningful Change on the Cloud Native Journey
Mark Ardito, Divisional Vice President, Digital Delivery, Health Care Service Corporation
A Prediction for Blockchain Transformation in Higher Education
Michael Mathews, CIO, Oral Roberts University
Myth or Fact - Do Millennials "Really" lead Digital Banking?
Chris Barlow, VP, Mobile Banking, Webster Bank
A CFO Explains: Partnering with Finance to Accelerate IT Transformation
Rich Carroll, CFO, WGroup
Laura Hazlett, Chief Financial & Administrative Officer, California College of the Arts
The recent increased ability to use data and analytics for decision-making has created remarkable opportunities for organizations to address issues quickly and effectively.
Wes Spencer, CIO, FNB Bank Inc.
Cyber criminals have developed a highly efficient digital supply chain and dark web marketplace providing everything from malware development to post exploitation data exfiltration.
Eui-Hong Han, Director, Big Data and Personalization, The Washington Post
The benefits of clouding computing for Data Analytics include scalability, flexibility, and collaboration.
Seth Goodman, Director, North America Product Head, Citi Commercial Cards, Citi
The pace of virtual card adoption is accelerating quickly with over 60 percent of Fortune 500 Companies forecasted to have a program in place by 2019.
Ralph Achkar, Director of Strategic Alliances, Capital Markets, Colt Technology Services
The unexpected political developments we’ve seen happen in the world over the last year–namely, the election of Donald Trump as the next president of the United States.
Arnoud Campman, Regional CIO, FrieslandCampina Consumer Products Asia
Putting in place digitization programs to automate commercial processes and collect consumer and shopper data is fundamental for continued success.
Georgette Kiser, CIO, The Carlyle Group
Explosion of fintech partnerships, data, analytics, cloud computing, and other digital technologies has dramatically enhanced private equity firms’ ability to streamline core business processes.
Keith Dennelly, CIO, Asset Management, Fidelity Investments
For years, the technology team serving Fidelity Investments’ asset management division was managed as a collection of independent groups that built customized solutions for their respective business areas.
Paul Algreen, CIO, SVP, Janus Capital Group
As with most aging platforms in an asset manager’s application portfolio, the limitations of the original design create persistent headwinds for change that impedes timely progress.
Larissa Tosch, CIO, Glatfelter Insurance Group
A company who innovates is not the same as a company who is innovative. I believe the distinction is in the culture and the execution. This article discusses innovation, governance, and business/IT alliance in the context of an IT dep
Anton Duvall, CFO of Siemens Building Technologies, Operations across the Americas
Having adopted QlikView in my division, we have come to save an average of four labor working days in each department; it has come to enable true productivity and improved transparency of information