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The business value of security: delivering the return on investment

Once seen as a barrier to innovation, chief information security officers (CISOs) are increasingly showing how they can help their organizations to achieve strategic goals. As part of our interview series with leading CISOs on how they not only ensure ...

Digital transformation: How to make sure your project is a success

Many firms are keen to embrace digital transformation, but how can your business encourage staff to deliver change projects? Four digital leaders provide their best-practice tips for getting employees to make the most of digitalisation programmes. [1] [1] By Mark Samuels on ...

The new shape of the IT budget

How the IT budget is spent — and by whom — has changed dramatically in recent years. With this downloadable infographic, we take a look at the big spenders, the shifting set of stakeholders and priorities, and the industries and companies ...

Guide to industry cloud: What businesses need to know

Cloud computing has enabled organizations of all sizes to scale computing resources to meet their workloads, remove the need for building and maintaining data centers, slow CapEx planning processes, and eliminate the costs of powering servers with unutilized capacity due ...

The trust economy in action

Philipp Kristian Diekhöner is a Kairos Society Fellow, World Economic Forum Global Shaper and sought-after writer and speaker. We caught up with him to hear his views about trust, technology and the challenges facing the industry. Trust is the single most ...

Trillions spent on digital transformation and customers don’t notice

Too many digital transformation projects focus on technology optimization, rather than the ultimate customer experience, a recent study suggests. Can enterprises make the shift to customer orientation, and will it make a difference? [1] [1] By Joe McKendrick on ZDNet Read More

Microsoft tells enterprises to be on Edge

Microsoft on Wednesday kicked off an Edge-is-for-enterprise effort, detailing the corporate features that have been baked into the under-construction browser so far and urging business users to give Edge a go. [1] [1] By Gregg Keizer on ComputerWorld Read More