CIODAY is the annual network event for digital decision-makers in business, government, and everything in between. Not necessarily about the latest tech, this event brings together the community of CIOs, CDOs, and CTOs to share ideas, use cases, and best practices in an informal but luxurious setting. This year’s edition is all about resilience, digital progress and digital strength. Our choice of nominees for the CIO of the Year Award and the new Tech Hero Award reflects this.
Studio 21 - Hilversum
11 October 2022
Automation is a Strategic Tool to Help CIOs Tackle Critical Business Challenges
CIOs have been facing challenges such as recruiting and retaining top talent, identifying which technologies are the biggest value generators and bolstering security, all while building IT departments that are fit for the future. Here are three ways in which automation can help support them.
A vendor-agnostic guide to Zero Trust security adoption
What are the initial steps towards Zero Trust? What teams need to take part? Read our roadmap to find out.
“It’s always been about challenging the norm!
Hans Geurts, Chief Information Officer at VTTI B.V VTTI B.V., which was founded in 2006, is one of the world's leading storage providers for energy and other essential products like chemicals. The company is currently focusing on diversifying its portfolio including...
New research reveals risk factors to business success in post-pandemic world
Being future-ready has never been a simple endeavor. But given the tumultuous events and seismic change of the past two years, being prepared for what’s to come is more difficult—and more critical—than ever. At Cognizant, we believe modernizing for the future is the number one priority for any business leader today. And that means learning to operate as if everything will be in a constant state of flux: reading the early warning signs, predicting what’s ahead, and acting in time to emerge with relevancy.
Boldly manufacturing and innovating at the same time
It’s not for nothing that the Star Trek starship was named the Enterprise. Most plainly, the word means a “project” or “undertaking,” but it also conjures up adventure-seeking and the intrepid curiosity that guides us to and through unknown territories. And it’s not for nothing that we’ve long referred to many of our commercial customers as “enterprises.” Looking back on the past couple of years, we find that label, with all its cosmic Trekkie connotations, especially fitting: our manufacturing customers have been tasked to boldly go where no one has gone before.