Weekly Brief


CIOReview's Weekly Brief

Thursday, May 26,2022
Feature of the Week
For several people, establishing and designing a website seemed like a long shot before low code no code possibilities were available.
Knowledge management is a tool or method used to manage, access, and exchange information. It is contained in paperwork, including manuals, guidelines
The process of discovering, assessing, and controlling threats to an organization's capital and revenues is known as risk management.
Solutions Providers
As a father of two, Eturi Corp's founder Amir Moussavian saw first-hand the need to manage screen time.
Connect Cause understands that nonprofits strive to create a positive impact in our communities, but they don’t have to do it alone.
The phrase ‘Data is the new oil’ is, by no means, a misnomer. Data-driven insights are the only way forward for organizations in their pursuit of achi
CIO Viewpoint
Andrew Ho, CIO, Global Strategy Group
This story may be somewhat apocryphal, but I feel that I first heard of Microsoft Dynamics well over a decade ago at a tech conference. I was listenin
Carmen V. Lidz, Vice Chancellor & CIO, City Colleges of Chicago
We are in one of the coldest weeks in Chicago with the polar vortex looming over us and temperatures deep in the negatives. I’m driving to Olive-Harve
Douglas Duncan, CIO, Columbia Insurance Group
What does COVID-19 have to do with technology? A few weeks ago many would have said very little outside of the HealthTech industry. Because this virus
CXO Insights
Paige H. Adams, Group Chief Information Security Officer, Zurich Insurance Company
If you are an IT or Information Security professional, or even if you are not, it’s difficult to go far these days without encountering the terms “AI”
Hiek Van Der Scheer, Chief Analytics Officer, Aegon
It goes without saying that the opportunities with Data Analytics are huge. Even if you don’t believe the promises that consultancies make
Natalie Jakomis, Global Director of Data Science and Analytics, Coats
The data revolution is changing businesses and industries in permanent ways. Revolutions seldom move backward; they continue marching ahead.