Everyone has a brand. CIOs that do not put sufficient focus on their own personal branding, as well as the branding of their IT function, are in danger of slipping into operational obsolescence.
Agile and ITIL®
Within the world of method frameworks it is very easy to become polarised on one specific framework...Read our insights
Microsoft case study
'We believe the CITP programme represents today's benchmark of IT excellence and professionalism and it's starting to gain international industry recognition'Read the Case study
The digital CIO in a digital world
'Future innovation will come from the people who deliver technology not the technology itself'View report (pdf)
Energy and UtilitiesEnergy by half Read our insights
Security is an HR problemWe can control our technology but not our people Read our insights
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Alison Holt Founder and Director of Longitude 174 Ltd
This last week saw the release of the results of the UK survey on pilot tiredness (spoiler alert – not the sort of article you should read whilst actually in a plane). The bit that bothered me most was the report of one pilot describing waking up at the controls of a sizeable plane to find that his co-pilot was asleep.
CIO of the year winner
Richard Warner, LV, talks to us about what qualities it takes to be a good CIO, as well as his goals for the future and forthcoming challenges.
The internet evolution
The internet of things presents a real opportunity to get closer to your end customer and play a key role in securing new business.