¿Sobrevivirán los CIOs a la evolución de las TI?

Hace unos días, compartí un artículo interesante en LinkedIn que aseguraba que los responsables de marketing tendrán en breve mayor participación en el presupuesto de TI que los CIOs. Y me sorprendió la discusión que provocó. Los comentarios iban desde citar el famoso artículo de Nick Carr, de hace una década, “Las TI no importan” […]

Les DSI survivront-ils à l’évolution de la technologie ?

La semaine dernière j’ai posté sur Linkedin un article qui expliquait comment les directeurs du marketing seront prochainement amenés à  contrôler une plus grande partie du budget informatique que les propres DSI. Les débats qui en ont découlé m’ont pour le moins surpris. Les commentaires, assez variés, citent le célèbre article de Nick Carr intitulé […]

Is someone missing at the Digital Transformation Table?

The term Digital Transformation rings a bell inside my head every time I hear it .. .and I hear it (much like you) so (all too?) often these days. More and more we see that organizations recognize the need to stay relevant within their sector by engaging in a digital transformation. The whole notion of […]

FOMO: la guía que rescata al CIO del “miedo a perder el tren”

Quizás, la habilidad más valorada por el CIO del siglo XXI sea la capacidad de gestionar en su empresa el “miedo a perder el tren” (o “fear of missing out”, FOMO, en siglas). Como sabemos, a pesar de la reciente moda de los acrónimos, FOMO viene dando vueltas desde hace tiempo y se traduce al […]

FOMO: Le guide du syndrome de la « peur de manquer quelque chose » à usage des DSI

Une des compétences qu’on attend d’un DSI du 21ème siècle est la capacité à gérer le FOMO (de l’anglais « Fear Of Missing Out », la peur de manquer quelque chose) à l’échelle de l’entreprise. Comme beaucoup d’entre nous savent, au-delà de l’acronyme à la mode, le FOMO est présent depuis un moment et se manifeste par […]

The fear that keeps retailers up at night

If you’re the CIO of a retail company like Carphone Warehouse, Target or T-Mobile, do you rest easy at night knowing your company’s data is safe and secure, or do you feel constantly on edge about the next attack? These three companies, as you probably know, have fallen victim to high-profile cybercrimes in recent years. […]

FOMO: A CIO’s guide to the ‘Fear of Missing Out’

Perhaps one of the most valuable skillsets for a 21st century CIO is the ability to manage an enterprise-wide fear of missing out (FOMO). As many of us know, despite the recent trendy acronym, FOMO has been around for a while and manifests in IT as anxiety over missing out on a new technology. How many times have […]

Cybersecurity as an economic driver

CSC Blogs cybersecurity as economic driver

We often hear phrases like Experience Economy, Sharing Economy and Collaborative Economy, important economic drivers in the digital world. The common underlying thread here is that of Connections: That many connections must exist in order for the new market economics to thrive and grow; That these connections must be seamless, frictionless and always-on to meet users basic expectations; That […]

Digital insurance: From policy-centric to customer-centric

CSC Blogs Journey to Digital Health

Traditionally, insurers have competed on their ability to develop complex new products and sell them through a large network of agents and advisors. An inside-out focus on product innovation, transaction processing and operational efficiency has dominated the agenda. However, a critical shift in the marketplace has redefined an insurer’s path to success. Influenced by the […]

How to build a next-gen infrastructure for customer-focused finance

Banking Journey to Digital Enterprise CSC Blogs

Innovation is the life force of banking. Yet far too many banks find innovation unaffordable. To change, banks need to adopt a next-generation infrastructure that enables them to take the legacy IT architectures they’ve been building for decades and wring out savings of as much as 50 percent of their run costs. They can then […]