Cloud Computing Outlook
CIO Hall of Faces

CIO Hall of Faces

Tom Basiliere, CIO, Provant

Among the many kingdoms in the popular “Game of Thrones” series, there is a secluded island that is home to an ancient temple and a clan of assassins.

Journey from Intelligent Automation (IA) to Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Journey from Intelligent Automation (IA) to...

Sanjay Choubey, VP of IT, Briggs & Stratton [NYSE:BGG]

As leaders in business or IT, automation has always been understood as...

Why Financial Markets CIOs Should be Cloud First, not Cloud Last

Why Financial Markets CIOs Should be Cloud...

Ranjan Singh, VP of product management, IPC Systems

Structural changes, stricter risk management practices, evolving...

Enterprise Architecture in the Cloud

Enterprise Architecture in the Cloud

Ethan Pack, Director of Enterprise Architecture, TDECU

Organizations of all sizes within every industry are abuzz about...

  • Revolutionizing Healthcare IT

    Helen Figge, Senior Vice President, Global Strategies and Development, LumiraDx USA

    The biggest challenge in the healthcare industry is using technology to assist in complying with new government requirements and mandates.

  • Sage's Stodgy Johnny-Come- Lately Cloud Challenge

    Rafi Khan, CIO, Consultant, Riverside Community Care

    IBM introduced the first desktop PC in 1981—the same year as Sage’s inception in Newcastle, UK, developing an estimating and accounting software for small businesses.

  • Moving from On-Premise to Cloud-Paradigm Shifts Abound

    Josh Scheumann, Director, Enterprise Solutions, KPMG

    The term “Cloud” started becoming a buzzword about seven years ago, when software vendors began more strongly pushing Internet-based computing and “hosted” software solutions as viable alternatives to on premise (internally housed).

  • Sun Tzu's Art of War, an Integrated Commerce Solution and Small Businesses

    Stan Roach, Chief Customer Officer, Agiliron Inc

    A small business’s journey towards business profitability is an uphill battle.

Checking the Pulse of Cloud Based Services: Rethinking Definitions and Future Benefits

Dr. Mark Zecca, CIO, Kyriba Ltd.

I don’t know why I feel a little territorial every time I hear the word Cloud coming from one of our sales or marketing guys. The term has taken so many twists and turns in the last 20 years, so I thought that a short respite to look where we have been and, more importantly, where we are going and