CXO Research Roundup: 3 New Reports that Explore the Internet of Things

There’s no slowing the integration of connected devices into our everyday lives. According to New Vocabulary: Internet of Things, Marie Glenn, Senior Writer for THINK Leaders reports, “Gartner says 26 billion devices will be online by 2020; ABI Research puts that number at 30 billion, and Cisco estimates about 50 billion.” A new study from […]

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Watch the webinar: Future-Proof: Your Insights

Trying to help your organization build a competitive advantage from data and analytics? Looking for new ways to innovate? Are you considering the role of Chief Data Officer to do this, but not sure what the role does or how it achieves business value? Hear from two CDOs about their role in the second of […]

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Future-Proof Your Boardroom for the Millennial Executive

Whether you’ve already made it into the C-suite or you’re on your way, today’s boardroom is constantly evolving. With Millennials set to dominate the workforce of the future, it’s more important than ever to find out how best to engage—and even become—a Millennial executive. In the first of a new four-part webinar series Future-Proof: Your […]

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Transforming Finance: The CFO as main driver of tech innovation in India—and around the world

At a time when a company’s value is inextricably linked with the speed and power of its technology, it’s no surprise that IT decisions are crucial. What is surprising is who is increasingly likely to drive these decisions. The CFO has long been a powerful influencer for all things fiscal, but more and more this […]

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5 must-reads for CIOs headed to the Leadership Exchange June 15 & 16

On July 15 & 16, IBM is hosting the invite-only CIO Leadership Exchange in Chicago. For attendees, we have curated a list of recent news stories to help you be in the know on the top stories affecting you and your role. Even if you’re not attending, check out these articles that can help you […]

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