Businesses are no longer just interested in what CIOs are doing, they’re counting on them to be a strategic member of the leadership team. When done right, digital transformation is as much about people and process as it is about technology as Michael Taylor, CTO of World Wide Technology, points out in this video.
Digital transformation has driven massive change across industries, and in its wake, a new crop of CIOs is poised to transform the business. Amid shifting market conditions, they’re working to align technology with business goals, whether it’s quickly bringing modern applications and products to market, improving employee experiences, or transitioning from physical resources to virtual tools.
Today’s CIOs must not only meet current needs but also cast a vision for the future. At a time when digital disruptors are battling established enterprises for market share and competitive advantage, it’s clear that the old ways of doing business simply don’t work anymore.
In this brief, we dive into key obstacles facing all CIOs and provide insights and guidance on how to overcome them.
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