By Dave Blodgett, Managing Director & CIO, CISO, HedgeServ
The essence of the post was the suggestion that DevOps would essentially supplant the role of ITIL in high functioning organizations.
By Scott McGillivray, EVP & CIO, Pacific Continental Bank
I’m going to ask you to play a game with me. More of a thought experiment, actually. I can’t promise it will be fun, and I’m not sure every reader is going to get the same result.
By Lou Senko, SVP & CIO Information Technologies, Q2ebanking
Start by painting the picture of “What good looks like” at much larger volume: size, revenue, customers, end users, transactions—whatever work is in your environment.
By Ed McLaughlin, CIO, MasterCard
Today, you might wake up, grab for your mobile phone or tablet to check emails, read the latest business news and check out what your friends are up too in social media sites.
By Frank Halstead, CIO, First Service Credit Union
As Moore’s Law celebrates its 50th birthday, the cumulative results of its impact can be seen everywhere.
By Jason Sankey, CIO, Franklin County
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX) changed the way the U.S. looked at managing risk and compliance in the investment banking technology space.
By Gary P. Scholten, SVP & CIO, Principal Financial Group
The state-of-the-art approaches positively expose our business processes, systems and data that would not have been possible.
By Eddie Ho, CIO, Los Alamos National Bank
Millennials and Fintechs. It seems each time a CEO returns from a conference, those two concerns dominate the conversation.
By Howard Bruck, CIO, Hudson Valley Bank
We can envision the “Digital Enterprise” where the latest technology has been thoughtfully applied to an organization’s business processes.