Darin Morrow, VP & CIO, Cricket Wireless
Our responsibility as CIOs is to get our companies to the future, faster
Jonathan Alboum, CIO, The United States Department of Agriculture
Today, federal CIOs must be team-builders on an enterprise level. Otherwise, they simply will not be effective as leaders
Anthony Bosco, SVP & CIO, Day & Zimmermann
We took the standard business suite from SAP and made it work for us, by finding a seamless, end-to-end solution, rather than an ad hoc approach that doesn’t interact with other systems
Yanni Charalambous, VP & CIO, Occidental Petroleum Corporation
Smart leak detection sensors, along with video-based analytics, monitor conditions for potential leak situations and can help prevent them from occurring.
Justin Dolly, CSO & CIO, Malwarebytes
There needs to be a crucial shift in how security departments interact with other company functions
Steve Ambrose, VP & CIO, DTE Energy
More than a century ago, the energy industry was founded on a technology innovation. Collectively, we’ve worked hard to drive that innovation through every aspect of our society.
Marcelo De Santis, Former Group CIO Pirelli, Startup Advisor, 1871
A real "digital transformation" targets not only the creation of "digital things" but also aims to enable "digital DNA": a culture of innovation, agility and experimentation.
Gail Hyde, VP-IT & CIO, Habitat for Humanity International
At Habitat for Humanity International, technology plays a large role in our efforts to help people build strength, stability and independence through shelter and transform communities around the world.
Christian Anschuetz, CIO & Security Practitioner, UL
From the infamous Sony hack and other high-profile data breaches to Heartbleed, Shellshock and the new wave of mass mobile threats, 2014 was an historic (if woeful) year for cybersecurity.