A growing awareness of cyber threats has many organizations adding the role of chief security officer or chief information security officer. Bob West shares his thoughts on when you need one, and what you should hold them accountable for.
Kristin Darby may be new to Cancer Treatment Centers of America, but this CIO is by no means new to the world of healthcare IT. FierceCIO recently asked Darby, a 20-year veteran of the healthcare industry, about the types of new initiatives she plans on spearheading at the CTCA and her advice for fellow CIOs, in healthcare and beyond.
A strong CIO and CMO relationship is a key factor in successful digital transformation efforts, but only half of organizations with both CIO and CMO roles say they have such a strong relationship, new PwC research reveals.
CIOs have plenty of attitude these days. The good news is that they're mostly positive, a new research study finds.
Much has been written lately about the relationship between CIOs and chief marketing officers, and now IT leaders are being told they should leave innovation to the marketing side of the house.
Last month, FierceCIO reported on 10 interesting CIOs and tech leaders who are good to follow on Twitter if you're a Twitter-savvy CIO now or are hoping to become one. And today we're upping the ante. We've gathered the names (and handles) of 11 more engaging IT execs and leaders who Tweet about the latest-goings on in the industry, as well as about good leadership tips, quotes and articles.
CEOs and CIOs beware! Your job may be at risk if you don't take basic steps to ensure the security of your IT infrastructure and data.
The CIO of GE Capital Americas, Sigal Zarmi, offers her advice on transforming your IT team in a positive and more productive way.
Pat Harper has a unique role as the CIO of a tech company, software company OpenText, which focuses on content management solutions and software for the enterprise. In effect, his has two user bases: both his staff and his company's customers. FierceCIO recently spoke to Harper to ask him more about his role, his approach to security, and advice for other CIOs at technology companies or those looking to join the C-suite.
New research shows that many C-level executives would rather bypass IT all-together in making key technology decisions.