Running an IT department is a challenge and CIOs know better than anyone what is involved. Read the latest interviews and advice from some of the biggest names in the industry, including Nicholas Carr, author of “IT doesn’t matter”, David Burden, the Royal Mail’s CIO, and Jane Kimberlin, CIO of Domino’s Pizza.
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Fred Killeen, General Motors systems and technology officer interview: Making the most of Web 2.0
Susan Unger, Daimler Chrysler CIO interview: IT’s role in driving change in the business
Neil Cameron, Unilever CIO interview: How to build a strategic partner
David Burden, CIO, Royal Mail interview: Why IT staff are well positioned to kick-start and drive innovation across an organisation
Nicholas Carr, author of “IT Doesn’t Matter” interview: the future is utility computing
CIO crucial decisions
CIOs and IT directors reflect on lessons learnt from the major management decisions they have had to make.
Brian Jones, Allied Domecq: Deliver benefits to the business by keeping IT systems simple
Margaret Smith, former Legal and General CIO: Back clear analysis with determined action to create commercial success
Glenn Martin, ex-Cazenove IT Director: Moving out of the comfort zone can put your career back in your hands
Jane Kimberlin, CIO of Domino Pizza: Rapid return and improved service levels vindicate decision to insource
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