Tag Archives: IT Staffing

5 articles about the changing role of the CIO

Whilst most roles on the board develop over time, the CIO’s role is changing faster than others due to, amongst other things, the  consumerisation of IT resulting in Shadow IT led by line of business managers who know what they want, how it works and where to get it quicker than going through the IT […]

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Reshaping the CIO Role: The transformation gathers pace

Chris Gabriel takes another look at the changing role of the CIO.  Six months after Logicalis research found signs of a fundamental shift, has reality borne out the theory? Late last year, I wrote a piece for this blog entitled Rumours of the CIOs’ demise are wildly exaggerated, and the view I expressed in the […]

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Is it time for CXOs to ‘get real’?

Logicalis recently launched the results of the 2013 Realtime Generation Survey (RTG), which looks at the digital footprint of today’s 13-17 year olds and captures their opinions on the digital future of the UK. Gerry Carroll asks if CXOs are prepared for the next wave of digital natives. The recent publication of the Realtime Generation […]

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Are you a fractional CIO?

Chris Gabriel looks at the rise of a new kind of CIO, and identifies the new equation behind successful business aligned technology strategies. I was on holiday last week, and on my return I had the unenviable task of trawling through my inbox.  After pounding the delete button for 20 minutes solid, one email caught […]

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Is there a staffing crisis that will change the face of IT?

Right now staffing accounts for more than 30% of the average IT budget – so it’s little wonder that headcount is always under scrutiny as companies look efficiencies and opportunities to manage costs.  However, there is an alternative view… In a blog posted early in 2011, Gartner’s Dave Cappuccio explored the issue in detail, asking […]

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