GUEST OPINION: An economy of opportunities awaits data leaders that can find ways to become more commercially and strategically aligned.
Chief data officers (CDO) say there is a need for greater investment in data-driven initiatives, according to a study released by Qlik. CDOs also have agreed that organisations must be more data-driven towards decision making.
As cloud technology, data analytics and cyber-security increasingly dominate the ICT agenda, old school CIOs need to find new ways to add value to the organisations they serve.
GUEST OPINION by Wayson Vannatta, Chief Information Officer at WatchGuard Technologies:Infrastructure, intellectual property and IT security…just a decade ago, the CIO’s role as curator and custodian of the backroom cost centre that was ICT was well defined. So was their place at the top table, where their expertise in what was then an esoteric area of operations went largely unchallenged.
The role of chief data officer is gaining traction in organisations and proving to be a linchpin of digital business transformation, according to a new report.
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