In five years’ time, CIOs will have new responsibilities in the C-suite and across the enterprise, extending their strategic influence over product development, marketing, human resources, the supply chain and more.
They will be challenged to discover new ways of generating revenue and introduce artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities that create unparalleled efficiencies.
To help their companies thrive in the new environment and ensure their own success in the next 2,000 days, CIOs will have to clear a number of hurdles. They will need to reexamine their leadership skills, delving into every aspect of the business to better guide strategy and communicate their vision to others. They will need to attract increasingly scarce talent to swiftly take advantage of emerging technologies in the face of intense rivalry from startups, as well as from established competitors. And they will need to deftly manage the immense cultural changes new technologies will bring to their organizations, encouraging employees to learn the new skills they will need to survive.View Whitepaper
Today, it is increasingly important to enable your employees to work remotely. Working remotely gives employees flexibility while making them even more productive, which in turn keeps them engaged and happy. Blurring the lines between working at home versus working in the office is a primary reason why user productivity has been steadily climbing in the recent past.
The importance of facilitating remote work is further amplified during pandemics, disasters, and other unforeseen events that force many organizations to give their employees the ...
The shelter-in-place mandates put in place earlier in 2020 sent most employees home, and for the next few months they strived to stay connected and productive, while IT teams scrambled to provide infrastructures to support them. Now many organizations have realized there are benefits to having a distributed workforce, and thus are focused on tackling some of the network-related challenges that have compromised employee experience.
Remote user access is one top-of-mind concern. When employees are remote, connecting to on-premises apps can be ...
Behavioral analytics tops the list of cybersecurity best practices
The majority of enterprise companies have hundreds of apps deployed in the cloud, and that trend is expected to continue, according to a new survey by IDG. That said, 52% of companies find that securing those apps continues to be challenging.
But that doesn’t mean that the remaining 48% are fully confident in their cloud app security or are fully aware of all of the facets of cloud security they should be considering. Enterprise companies have deployed hundreds of applic ...
Determining which edge and cloud security vendor is the right fit for your organization can be challenging. Read this guide for evaluating the leading enterprise solutions so you can choose with confidence.
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These days, more of your people—maybe even your entire workforce—are working from home. Your operations have shifted, and your cybersecurity needs to, too. But even as the potential for risk widens amidst a rapidly evolving threat landscape, you can help keep your agency safe and your people productive.
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Your finance and accounts payable teams are key to driving business forward. Automation is the...