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How Can CIOs Curb IT Sourcing Spend?
Finding ways to reduce costs and optimize spending is not new for chief information officers (CIOs); however, this year has significantly altered the way many businesses view their budgets and how they will approach spending going into the new year…
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Building a CIO and CFO Partnership to Accelerate Growth
Despite recognizing the need for digital transformation as a competitive advantage, far too often, IT innovation is slowed by the realities of the bottom line. Chief financial officers (CFOs) do not have to serve as the innovation damper, and…
CIO IT Resource Allocation Amid the Ongoing COVID-19 Crisis
It’s astonishing how a tiny virus has reshaped our workforce, economy, and social norms. COVID-19 has shifted entire paradigms from accepted best practices — and the pandemic isn’t done with us. While we don’t know yet if our shifts in IT…
Challenges and Considerations for Starting a New CIO Role in 2020 and Beyond
The times are indeed changing for today’s chief information officer (CIO). The role has evolved into less of an operational function and more of a strategic leadership position. Chief executive officers (CEOs) look to their CIO for more than…
Preparing IT Teams for the New Cloud Normal
Enterprise organizations were slow to evolve to cloud technology from their legacy platforms and on-premise server rooms. But in the past five years, they’ve worked hard to catch up to the rest of the world, even if their efforts only encompassed…
Three Communication Tips for CIO Management of Board Relationships
Every executive in the c-suite needs to manage up. For a chief information officer (CIO), that means managing board relationships. Winning over a board of directors is rarely easy; in fact, it’s probably grown more challenging as the COVID-19…
Don’t Skimp on Cybersecurity in 2020 - Windsor Group
Don’t Skimp on Cybersecurity in 2020
While you’ve been busy worrying about the bottom line, cybercriminals have been quietly probing your vulnerabilities within the context of your COVID-19 distraction. Just ask the World Health Organization (WHO), who publicized the news of an…