The role of chief data officer is gaining traction in organisations and proving to be a linchpin of digital business transformation, according to a new report.
Not all boards are taking IT security seriously. Perhaps surprisingly, some organisations don't have a security strategy, or don't see it in the context of a broader IT strategy, Centre for Internet Safety managing director Nigel Phair told iTWire.
Governance and change management can be challenging and confusing and internal IT departments should look to partner with external providers to enable services and platforms that improve productivity while protecting against fragmentation and security threats, a senior IT official from Bluewolf says.
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