Darko Hrelic, senior vice-president and chief information officer at Gartner, either has the best or worst CIO job in the world. On the one hand, he has the expertise of Gartner on tap, to help develop his IT strategy, but he's also dealing with users who often know a heck of a lot about running IT departments.
In this interview Computer Weekly's Cliff Saran finds out how he copes with the IT experts.
Download exclusive Gartner articles from Computer Weekly (requires registration):
Register now to receive ComputerWeekly.com IT-related news, guides and more, delivered to your inbox.
Predictive analytics technology is entering the public realm. But what happens when machine learning is accessible to everyone? Join #CIOChat on April 29 at 3 p.m. EST to discuss machine learning services and their effect on the enterprise.
It's time for CIOs to fast-forward to the past, says Harvey Koeppel. In the digital business world, IT is once again all about the data -- and data ownership. Koeppel offers eight ways to keep pace with the times.
Demand for the Lilly Pulitzer for Target line overwhelmed the retailer's website and apps. With industrial IT, enterprises can prevent such blunders. Also in Searchlight: Google takes on wireless phones; Box opens up to developers.