Mobility is about much more than just communication on-the-go. It’s about technology that enables the extended enterprise to connect and collaborate, linking customers, partners and employees to valuable online from any device, virtually any place and at any time.
Despite recognising the organisation-wide disruption of information communications technology (ICT) and the rise of ‘digital first’, many C-level executives see identifying opportunities and optimising value from IT as a CIO’s job.
CIOs around the globe may share common concerns, but there are considerable differences in their priorities, according to Gartner's Executive Programs.
The average retail site now contains 75 distinct third party marketing technologies, a number that grows every year.
CIOs and information technology professionals report that there is a “major IT transformation” underway in their organisations, driven largely by broader efforts to deliver added value, enhance business performance and increase security.