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How Executive Power Struggles Impede Innovation

Making a business digital-ready requires pooling data that was once under the ownership of a few executives, often turning digital growth into a game of politics.

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Why Communicating Change Is a CIO’s Top Priority

Organizational change is often like the game Jenga, where you can’t move a single piece of the tower without impacting the entire structure.

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Why Risk Detection Is Always One Step Behind

Detecting security incidents can often extend to years, leaving systems and data at risk for an unacceptable amount of time.

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Why Tech Disruption Knows No Global Borders

CIOs must think about new types of partnerships—such as open innovation programs—that span companies and countries.

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How to Close the Gap Between Tech Goals and Reality

Although perfection isn't possible, it's possible to put technology and processes in place to minimize consumer discord and maximize satisfaction.

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Why All Companies Are Now Tech Companies

Your technology is now your brand, so ensuring all customer-facing apps and features are performing correctly is a necessity for CIOs.

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Digital Is About Cooperation, Not Ownership

Digital is not a thing that is owned by a specific executive or a specific department—it’s a new way of doing business and engaging customers.

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How to Avoid Becoming Digital Prey

Many businesses are at risk of becoming digital prey by 2020 if they don’t undergo a digital transformation today.

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Why Some Businesses Bypass the IT Department

More than 60 percent of surveyed organizations created at least one new mobile app in 2015—without any IT involvement.

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Security Concerns of Next-Generation Analytics

Cloud infrastructures, numerous data sources and real-time data streams play a major role in security vulnerabilities faced by next-generation analytics.

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