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Computer Weekly interviews more UK and European IT leaders than any other technology publication. The top IT and digital chiefs shared their opinions and experiences of modern IT leadership and transforming business and government through IT innovation.
Their views are valuable not only for fellow IT leaders, but also any aspiring tech professional looking to develop their career opportunities.
Here are Computer Weekly’s top 10 CIO interviews of 2016 – click on the headline to read the full interview.
Imagine if your boss was a CEO pioneering a digital revolution in a company over 120 years old, connecting industrial machines to the internet.
The UK government’s new digital chief talks about his plans for the future and the challenges of transforming public services.
Marc Touitou joined the World Health Organisation as CIO at the time of the Ebola outbreak in Africa. He promptly set about being a catalyst for change.
Williams Martini Racing CIO Graeme Hackland discussed network infrastructure, data analytics and the future for wearable tech and augmented reality in Formula 1 motor racing.
As Rio de Janeiro was getting ready to host the 2016 Olympics, Computer Weekly spoke to the man in charge of its IT.
News Corp’s global CIO, Dominic Shine, discussed how the media giant’s five-year cloud strategy has driven the business.
Heathrow’s CIO is working to future-proof the airport, using technology to improve the passenger experience, reduce environmental impact and build a new operational model.
The British Library started a major IT overhaul to support its work in preserving the UK’s heritage of digital and physical knowledge.
The man in charge of the tech behind the UK’s new high-speed railway talked about infrastructure, open data and working with SMEs.
Saab Group’s CIO talked to Computer Weekly about the huge challenge of integrating 40 separate IT organisations into one.