Along with Aerohive and Travelport, the Journal noted that ArcBest Corp., Autolive Inc., Lowe's Cos Inc., Winnebago Industries Inc. and Zion Bancorporation have all seen CIOs join their boards since February.
For CIOs, mergers and acquisitions mean a lot of work: integrating systems, taking inventory of IT resources, ensuring compatibility of technical workflows, and many more responsibilities. In fact, IT is presented with the "largest integration challenges" during M&A events, according to a contributed article from Deloitte in Wall Street Journal's CIO Journal. The firm offered a few steps that IT and CIOs can take to set themselves up for success when companies merge.
FierceCIO speaks with Mick Ruel, vice president of executive search at healthcare industry staffing firm B E Smith about what hospitals and healthcare systems are looking for in a CIO hire, and what skills and qualities make or break a candidate.
Business intelligence and analytics have risen to the top spot when it comes to technology investments this year.
Being in the C-suite can be difficult for multiple reasons, not the least of them being how lonely it can get. Longtime IT leader and consultant offered his advice for CIOs to avoid being the lonely at the top.
The top news stories for July 17, 2015.
Ray Downes, CEO of KEMP Technologies, looks at what it takes to develop successful relationships between the CIO and others in the C-suite, including the CEO, CFO and CMO.
New EU-wide privacy laws appear certain to be introduced this year which will have impact on U.S. IT departments. Legal counsel Stephen Treglia tells CIOs and CISOs what to expect.
The top news stories for July 6, 2015.
Last month saw a number of high-profile IT leadership appointments. Here are a few of the new CIOs and CTOs.