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CONTENT FROM LATEST CW500 EVENT
CW500: Is the CIO still as important in 2014?
Computer Weekly's CW500 Club kicked off this year's meetings with a look at the challenges CIOs are likely to face in 2014
CW500: Adrian Drury, Practice Leader Consumer IT & Integrated Media, Ovum
In this video interview, Adrian Drury, practice leader for consumer IT and integrated media at analyst firm Ovum, talks to Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick about the key technology trends for 2014.
CW500: Lee Ayling, management consulting partner at KPMG
In this video interview, Lee Ayling, management consulting partner at KPMG, talks to Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick about the business and economic environment for 2014.
CW500: Albert Ellis, Chief Executive for Harvey Nash
In this video interview, Albert Ellis, chief executive of recruitment consultancy Harvey Nash, talks to Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick about the major IT recruitment, skills and career development issues in 2014.
CW500: Major IT recruitment, skills and career development issues in 2014
In this presentation, given to Computer Weekly’s 500 Club for IT leaders, Albert Ellis talks about about the major IT recruitment, skills and career development issues in 2014.
Future Gazing: The Future of IT in 2020
In the past six years, technology has had a dramatic impact on the workplace, and the next six years will likely see the influence of technology accelerate. That will mean radical changes for the role of the IT department and chief information officer (CIO).
CW500: Rob McNamara, SmartGrid GB
In this CW500 Club video, Rob McNamara, executive director at SmartGrid GB, talks to Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick about one of the highest profile IoT applications – smart energy grids and the UK’s smart meter roll-out.
CIO Interview, David Southern, CIO WWF UK
UK CIO of the World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF), David Southern, describes a technology refresh at its Woking HQ
CIO interview: Julian Payne, head of ICT, Science Museum Group
The Science Museum Group has just completed a merger with the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester.
CIO interview: Paolo Cinelli, CIO, Ikea
Cinelli says it is important for the customer to move between channels seamlessly, but it is not easy to do.
CIO interview: Richard Warner, CIO, LV
CIO of insurer LV, Richard Warner,discusses trends that need to be addressed in 2014.
CIO interview: Richard Williams, CIO, Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance, London Market
CIOs need to have the courage to seek out innovation, says Richard Williams, CIO at insurer Mitsui Sumitomo
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