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CIO role: 9 ways it will evolve in 2020

“After several years of IT vendors and consultants targeting other C-suite leaders and line-of-business heads to engage in digital transformation work, they’re looking back to CIOs again. ‘We’ve seen a swing back towards IT as decision-makers as digital transformation starts to mature,’ says Patrick Heffernan, senior analyst at Technology Business Research. ‘As it becomes increasingly clear that even the most CX-focused or operations-centric projects still come back to IT for change management, implementation, and sustainment, CIOs have re-assumed their place as the key decision-makers – and therefore the target, again, for IT services vendors and consultancies.’ But as with all pendulum swings, this trend could head back in the opposite direction at some point.” — The Enterprisers Project

Obstacles and triumphs on the journey to cloud

Insights from TBR’s Cloud and Software team

Customer adoption of cloud services is maturing as enterprises pursue next-step cloud adoption, implementing lessons learned from their own initial experiences and those of peers. With this maturity, cloud adoption strategies and decisions are becoming both more nuanced and hybrid-oriented, and vary widely by CIO, industry and company scale. Join Allan, Cassandra, Meaghan and Jack as they discuss the most recent insights from TBR’s Cloud Applications Customer Research and Cloud Infrastructure & Platforms Customer Research.

Don’t miss:

  • Cloud adoption intricacies
  • CIO cloud perspectives and strategies
  • Industry considerations

 

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