Artikel zum Thema "Public CIOs" bei CIO.de

Public sector CIOs welcome more 'pragmatic' approach to PSN security compliance

The Public Sector Network (PSN) experience is expected to be "less frustrating" for council CIOs this year after the Cabinet Office agreed to take a more pragmatic approach to security compliance. » zum Artikel

Public Cloud is not really that public: Hitachi Data Systems

The Cloud offers cost benefits that may rival traditional datacentre deployments, though Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) said it is not without its risks. » zum Artikel

CIOs in the Public Sector Face Roadblocks to Data Center Consolidation

As federal CIOs ramp up initiatives in hot IT areas like cloud computing and virtualization, they are looking to dramatically reduce the number of data centers the government maintains around the country, though officials acknowledge that that effort will take years to complete as agencies work through a litany of challenges. » zum Artikel

Public sector CIOs head to the exits

In a time of government cutbacks, the tenure of public sector CIOs is increasingly shorter than their private sector counterparts, a new survey by Gartner finds. » zum Artikel

Public Cloud is not for everybody: Brocade

Despite all of the market hype, Brocade does not expect the public Cloud to appeal to every organisation. » zum Artikel

Big Data still 'a new frontier' for most of the public sector

Given last year's revelations about the National Security Agency's (NSA) massive surveillance and data analytics conducted on Americans, along with continuing stories about local police scanning thousands of license plates per day, it might sound absurd to say that government lags behind the private sector in the use of Big Data analytics. » zum Artikel

Smarter cities can ease public sector austerity, says Leeds CIO

Smart cities provide one of the answers to enable us to do more for less and aid the public sector during austere times, according to Leeds City Council CIO Dylan Roberts. » zum Artikel

Australian public sector is warming up to the Cloud: MuleSoft

One encouraging development MuleSoft saw in the Australian market last year was the gradual move to the Cloud by the public sector. » zum Artikel

Juniper secures public and private Cloud with Firefly

Juniper Networks has unveiled a virtualised security portfolio to address security challenges for private and public Cloud. » zum Artikel

Bausch & Lomb Defies Conventions and Moves Securely to Public Cloud

The riveting story of how the king of eye-care, Bausch & Lomb, moved its entire IT to the public cloud and why it was possibly the best IT decision it ever made. » zum Artikel

Corporate Boards Are Hungry for IT Info From CIOs

When was the last time you talked to your company's board of directors Maybe you should do that more often. » zum Artikel

Was CIOs in diesem Jahr planen

IT-Kompass 2014: Was CIOs in diesem Jahr planen (Foto: Cello Armstrong - Fotolia.com)
IT-Kompass 2014: Welche IT-Themen sind für Unternehmen von hoher Bedeutung? Das wollte die Computerwoche in diesem Jahr schon zum vierten Mal von deutschen Topentscheidern wissen. Um Antworten auf diese Frage zu bekommen, tat sie sich mit IDC und der IDG Marktforschung zusammen. Die Ergebnisse hinsichtlich IT-Organisation und -Position im Unternehmen wurden in der vergangenen Woche bereits vorgestellt. Nun folgen ... » zum Artikel
  • Karin Quack

4 Lessons CIOs Can Learn From the Target Breach

We're all familiar with the Target payment card breach late last year. Up to 110 million payment card numbers were stolen through a huge hole in the company's network, right down to the security of the PIN pads. The breach cost Target CIO Beth Jacobs her job; it was, and still is, a serious matter. » zum Artikel

CIOs Must Look to Adaptive Security Systems in Face of Evolving Threats

WASHINGTON - Federal CIOs, who consistently list cybersecurity as one of their top concerns, aren't likely to sleep any better after listening to Dave Aucsmith. » zum Artikel

Conservative thinking holding back finance sector CIOs

Caution and conservative thinking is holding back financial services CIOs at legacy institutions, according Hugh Cumberland, financial services IT consultant at networking firm Colt. » zum Artikel

EMC takes on Amazon, Microsoft with public-cloud alternative

EMC today unveiled a new product initiative called Project Nile, which it expects will be the world's first commercially-available complete, Web-scale storage infrastructure for the data centre when it launches in the first half of next year. » zum Artikel

3D printing and wearable tech to transform Asia CIOs' role

Among Gartner's latest top 10 predictions on global IT market, the rising of 3D printing and wearable tech are expected to be most significant to Asia's CIOs. The research firm noted the by 2018, 3D printing will result a minimum loss of US$100 billion per year from intellectual property (IP) theft. » zum Artikel

IT-Budgets: 3,7 Prozent mehr für europäische CIOs

Morgan Stanley: IT-Budgets: 3,7 Prozent mehr für europäische CIOs (Foto: Tomislav Forgo - Fotolia.com)
Morgan Stanley: Die IT-Budgets sollen 2014 um 4,5 Prozent steigen, teilt Morgan Stanley mit. Die Budgets fließen vor allem in Cloud Computing und Analyse-Software. Auch die ERP-Installationen werden vielerorts überholt. » zum Artikel
  • Heinrich Vaske
    Heinrich Vaske
    Heinrich Vaske ist Chefredakteur der COMPUTERWOCHE und verantwortlich im Sinne des Presserechts (v.i.S.d.P.). Seine wichtigste Aufgabe ist die inhaltliche Ausrichtung der Computerwoche - im Web und in der Zeitschrift. Dieser Aufgabe widmet er sich in enger, kooperativer Zusammenarbeit mit dem Redaktionsteam. Vaske verantwortet außerdem inhaltlich die Sonderpublikationen, Social-Web-Engagements und Mobile-Produkte der COMPUTERWOCHE und moderiert Veranstaltungen. Privat gehört sein Herz seiner Familie und dem SV Werder Bremen.

'Digital torrent overwhelming CIOs'

Many CIOs feel overwhelmed by the prospect of leading the digitalisation drive while renovating core IT infrastructure of their companies deemed as the prerequisite for a digital future, according to a new survey. » zum Artikel

CIOs unprepared for the 'digital dragon'

Digitalisation - the third era of enterprise IT - has begun, but most CIOs do not feel prepared for this next era, according to a global survey of CIOs by Gartner. » zum Artikel

CIOs in Europe and the US project healthy IT budget increases for 2014

CIOs at midmarket and large companies in Europe and the U.S. will spend 4.5 percent more on IT products and services this year than in 2013 as they focus their budget priorities on cloud computing, ERP and analytics software. » zum Artikel

Career Watch: On job satisfaction, CIOs' perceptions may be skewed

CIOs in the Dark » zum Artikel

CIO-plus: Three 'cool' trends that should raise red flags for CIOs

Three Trends That Will Make Life Harder for CIOs in 2014 » zum Artikel

Lieber Dropbox als ein Sack USB-Sticks

Sorgenkind Public Cloud: Lieber Dropbox als ein Sack USB-Sticks (Foto: XS_babimu - Fotolia.com)
Sorgenkind Public Cloud: Ignoriert die IT die Bedürfnisse der Nutzer oder gibt ironische Tipps ("Präsentation mit USB-Sticks verschicken"), darf sie sich nicht über Datenlecks im Unternehmen wundern. "Bring your own Cloud" wird so zur selbstverschuldeten Herausforderung für CIOs. » zum Artikel
  • Christiane Pütter
    Christiane Pütter


    Christiane Pütter ist Journalistin aus München. Sie schreibt über IT, Business und Wissenschaft. Zu ihren Auftraggebern zählen neben CIO und Computerwoche mehrere Corporate-Publishing-Magazine, vor allem im Bereich Banken/Versicherungen.

Why CIOs stick with cloud computing despite NSA snooping scandal

Explosive revelations in the past six months about the U.S. government's massive cyber-spying activities have spooked individuals, rankled politicians and enraged privacy watchdogs, but top IT executives aren't panicking -- yet. » zum Artikel

Cloud Traffic Poised to Quadruple by 2017, Challenge CIOs

Cisco Systems's third annual Global Cloud Index forecasts that global cloud traffic will more than quadruple, from 1.2 zettabytes in 2012 to 5.3 ZB in 2017. That works out to about 443 exabytes a month, or about 476 billion GB. » zum Artikel

Federal CIOs Look to Platform-as-a-Service for Software Development

For all the talk in the government IT community about shifting to a more service-oriented approach, there has been little movement toward platform-as-a-service (PAAS)technologies. » zum Artikel

In Wake of BlackBerry's Demise, CIOs Look to Samsung, Apple and Microsoft

BlackBerry's dramatic fall in the enterprise has left CIOs scrambling to pick a new mobile platform provider. Will it be Apple Samsung Or Microsoft Or it will be all of the above. » zum Artikel

How CIOs Can Become Business Heroes

They scheduled you for just 30 minutes right after lunch on the second day of the annual senior management retreat. They did it because, even though you are a senior exec, they still think of you as "the techie." » zum Artikel

CIOs rake in the big bucks

It pays to be CIO -- millions, in some cases. Take Filippo Passerini. He joined Procter & Gamble in 1981 as a systems analyst in Italy and rose through the techie ranks. Today Passerini is CIO and leads the company's global business services organization -- a dual role that netted him $5 million last year. » zum Artikel


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The Public Sector Network (PSN) experience is expected to be "less frustrating" for council CIOs this year after the Cabinet Office agreed to take a more pragmatic approach to security compliance.
The Cloud offers cost benefits that may rival traditional datacentre deployments, though Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) said it is not without its risks.
As federal CIOs ramp up initiatives in hot IT areas like cloud computing and virtualization, they are looking to dramatically reduce the number of data centers the government maintains around the country, though officials acknowledge that that effort will take years to complete as agencies work through a litany of challenges.