Some offerings to the brave CIO who would like to transform their orginisation through IT led innovation.
Is innovation in our Kiwi DNA?
There are many good reasons for going to Invercargill, but a really good reason is to go to the E Hayes & Sons Hardware Store which stores Burt Munro’s fastest Indian motorcycle in it’s dual role as a place to buy a hammer and a museum to two wheels. Putting aside the brilliance of its resting location Burt’s Indian represents Kiwi innovativeness at its core. Burt created success by using ingenuity, as well as cunning, and fortitude that we should celebrate and encourage more of. It isn’t easy to achieve innovative success and arguably it is harder as a CIO than it should be.
How To Align IT Strategy With Business Expectations
“CIO” may no longer stand for “Career Is Over”, with Chief Information Officer tenure at around 4.5 years on average, just below the 5.3 years average across the C-suite. Many IT Execs are moving between industries too, with Digital Transformation being the trend du jour driving much of this movement.
Our latest Whitepaper address the security challenges Business face protecting their critical data. We provide an outline of some of the risks including Cyber attacks that could threaten your business and a Checklist to ensure your company has minimised its data security risks.