Weekly Brief


CIOReview's Weekly Brief

November 26, 2020
Feature of the Week
Managers are always handling multiple projects simultaneously, juggling between employees, tasks, and goals to ensure that each project is completed successfully on time.
With the advent of digital signs, marketers today can display ads, offers, and notices to consumers, employees, and other foot-traffic using a digital screen.
The retailers must use innovative technologies like the POS system so that it becomes easy to manage their business.
The companies are using IT managed services because it will decrease expenses and increase the company's growth.
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Culinda is the world’s first IoT/IoMT security platform with blockchain enabled asset inventory, network threat detection and prevention specialized in securing connected medical devices in hospitals and other healthcare facilities across the United States, using an Artificial Intelligence platform and a security gateway.
CIO Viewpoint
Bill Rabe, Senior VP of Enterprise Operations/CIO, Covenant Living Communities and Services
It's about the partnership with IT and the Business, not the technology. Getting the people aligned and ready for cultural change adoption is critical; this is one of the major challenges for any technology deployment.
Florian Roth, CIO , SAP SE [ETR: SAP]
The speed at which technology is being developed and demanded by consumers imposes immense challenges as well as opportunities for companies and their CIOs.
Douglas Duncan, CIO, Columbia Insurance Group
Swim as hard as you want, but the tide will win in the end if you are not smart about setting your course.
CXO Insights
By Jason Johnson, SVP, Information Technology, Sweetwater
If you want to digitally transform in a 2020 world, you must invest in your people first.
By Tony DiPoalo, VP of IT, AdaptHealth
IT leaders need to work with customers to ensure their framework and methodology for measuring ITSM metrics are aligned with business objectives.
By Christopher Hutchins, AVP of Healthcare Analytics, Northwell Health
While RPA and AI hold a lot of promise, there is much to consider when selecting use cases. The data that is required to fuel these solutions may have utility far beyond the identified use cases which in turn may be more valuable than the initial use.