Last year was an annus horribilis for most business executives, but for CIOs the dark cloud of economic chaos had a distinctly silver lining. The response to the pandemic highlighted just how central technology—and the teams that shape and manage it—have become to companies’ fortunes.
As companies scramble to adapt to a tight IT job market, they’re doing whatever they can to attract top tech talent. For some that means getting a head start in filling this year’s most in-demand roles, which range from data-focused to security-related positions, according to Robert Half Technology’s 2021 IT salary report .
2020 was a nightmare of a year for healthcare providers. But it was also a year for information technology to prove its worth to healthcare organizations. As the pandemic struck, healthcare delivery and patient encounters made a rapid right turn to virtual encounters.
If you work in the B2B space, you have almost certainly encountered the term “servitisation”. Across industries ranging from aviation to telecommunications, B2B companies are supplementing (in some cases, replacing) conventional product sales with services and solutions.
Cloud computing technology and internet of Things concept,Big data and connection technology getty It was nearly a decade ago that Fortune 1000 companies began to embrace Big Data, and within a few years, embrace AI as well. About this time, beginning in 2012, NewVantage Partner began to track the progress of these efforts, as leading companies sought to undertake data-transformation efforts with the objective of becoming more data-driven in their business decision making.
While the benefits of digitization and advanced analytics are well documented, the risk challenges often remain hidden.