How university partnerships are priming tech talent pipelines

CIOs frequently lament the dearth in tech talent when discussing the challenges to their digital transformation efforts. To help fill this void, enterprises are increasingly turning to a tried and true source: higher education. But with a twist. To read this article in full, please click here (Insider Story) Source: http://www.cio.com

January 17, 2019
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BrandPost: Cloud Verified: How Singtel is Inspiring Creativity & Innovation

Singtel is one of the world’s largest telecommunications companies. Based in Singapore, it provides a complementary array of workforce mobility solutions, data hosting, cloud, network infrastructure, analytics, and cyber-security capabilities. It also offers mobile, broadband, and TV services that more than 700 million people use to stay connected.  Trustwave, a Singtel company, is also a global managed security services provider, with customers in 96 countries, 10 advanced security operations centers,…

January 16, 2019
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Making the shift to product-based IT

It’s a familiar failing of many IT projects. As teams move from one project to the next, “it’s almost like every program starts with a fresh mindset, instead of trying to iterate on what we’ve already launched,” says Sreelakshmi Kolli, vice president of IT at Align Technologies. “They lose continuity of thought.” But Kolli is working to change that mindset at the global medical device company by adopting its first…

January 16, 2019
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Digital transformation is more than a slogan

Digital transformation requires vision, leadership, process change, and technology. But as important as any of that, says Arthur Hu, CIO of Lenovo, is changing the “hearts and minds” of every employee in the company. I caught up with Hu to learn how he uses everyday innovation, identity, and teamwork to challenge long-held ideas about technology operations at the $43 billion global high-tech company. [ Be sure to learn the secrets…

January 16, 2019
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BrandPost: AI Systems Push Data To Its Limits

Roy Kim leads FlashBlade products and solutions team at Pure Storage. Previously, Roy spent eight years at NVIDIA, leading product management and marketing efforts focused on artificial intelligence and analytics, helping drive a start-up within the company to a multi-billion dollar business. Roy has Masters of Computer Science and Bachelors of Science from M.I.T. IDG recently sat down with Roy Kim, an artificial intelligence and deep learning expert at Pure…

January 16, 2019
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IDG Contributor Network: One CIO’s perspective on the people, process and technology formula for business success

When Harold Leavitt coined the phrase people, process, and technology in his 1964 paper, Applied Organization Changes in Industry, he never imagined how often it would be used in identifying the key components for business success. However, many companies focus on process and technology as the two primary components with not enough emphasis on the people component. An IBM study supports this premise stating that that business transformation initiatives ignore…

January 15, 2019
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The digital future of healthcare

Lehigh Valley Health Network set out to keep patients from dying of sepsis, a life-threatening complication that can result from an infection, and it planned to use its computer system to help. To read this article in full, please click here (Insider Story) Source: http://www.cio.com

January 15, 2019
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IDG Contributor Network: 7 ‘don’ts’ of diversity for fostering a healthy office culture

Change at a workplace is hard and often comes with improvements and challenges which cannot be ignored. Change can be a struggle for employees who often need time to gradually adapt themselves to it, rather than feeling forced into it. Even minor changes, for example, changing your company’s choice of internal messaging app may spark a crossfire, let alone discussions surrounding diversity. If you’re an entrepreneur, you may want to…

January 14, 2019
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IT Resume Makeover: Showcasing skills for the private sector

After working as a director of technology and a senior technical programmer in the public sector, Andrew Wiedlea wanted to shift to a position in the private sector. But when he decided to apply for jobs, he discovered his resume was “too wordy and detailed for the private sector” noting that he had more of a “CV, not a resume.” To read this article in full, please click here (Insider…

January 14, 2019
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