CIO Talk Network Podcast
Summary: Today, Enterprise Technology is both Strategy and Global. On CIO Talk Network (CTN), Business IT Thought Leaders from around the globe share their experience and discuss how they are partnering with business to innovate and help grow the top line revenue, better care of customers, and improve the corporate bottom line. If you want to keep up with changes in technology and how it can be leveraged to maximize business potential, listen to CTN: CIO Talk Network
The fast, volatile, and scaling digital demands require enterprise infrastructure and operations (I&O) to change beyond supporting traditional data center and cloud environments. How are organizations rethinking and investing in people, process, platforms, and tools to provision newer and faster digital technologies and methodologies including Edge Computing, IoT, RPA, and AI?
With most organizations well on their way to embedding digital in the DNA of their organizations, what’s on the CIO Agenda for 2019? How do they plan to support volatile and growing business capability demands reliably without breaking the bank?
Guest 1: Vijay Venkatesan Title: Chief Analytics Officer, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey You want to use AI and sophisticated analytics to enable business outcome. Is your workforce data literate? Do you have a refined, automated, and process-oriented methodology for your data management and analytics needs? How can you enable your organization to exploit digital opportunities through Data Literacy and DataOps?
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has proven to be a disruptive technical tool with promising applications across industries. But, as a CIO, how do craft your AI strategy, identify most promising user cases, build required analytics capabilities, and embed it in the very fabric of your business to maximize business outcome?
Guest 1: Christopher Porter Title: Chief Information Security Officer, Fannie Mae
Are people just resources that your organization must exploit? In this day and age, when people are not making widgets, should they be ‘managed’ to improve the value they can help create? Would just leading them by painting a vision be enough? What strategies, approaches, and tactics would work the best for maximizing the people potential?
Leading in the Continuous Next
Does your organization just react to problems as they occur or try to predict and mitigate those problems before they happen? You may know what happened but do you know why? How can you boost organizational performance in the context of your customers, employees, products, and brand through experience management?
Building Your Digital Business Technology Platform
RPA promises benefits including increased compliance, improved system compatibility, better management capabilities, and enhanced customer experience. But organizations are facing related adoption challenges including the perception of substantial upfront costs, employee resistance, setting a realistic expectation of what’s possible, and identification of candidate processes to automate among others. How are organizations addressing these issues as part of their RPA adoption journey?
Accelerating Incident Detection and Response
Using Emerging Technologies for Banking Innovation
Businesses are keen to boost business performance and customer experience. But the light bulb wasn’t invented by continually improving the candle. How do you balance investment in improvements of legacy systems, processes, and tools and innovation for the best outcome? How do you use emerging technologies to that end?
Guest 1: Swamy Kocherlakota Title: Chief Information Officer, S&P Global Enterprises are making significant investments in rebuilding their data and analytics environments. But, that’s based on the challenges today and what’s on the horizon. What are the steps to future-proofing it to prevent the cost of rework and the risk of irrelevance in the future?
Customer Experience (CX) is key to an organization’s success. It is all the rave today and organizations are reporting that they are heavily focusing on and investing in it. How are the results? Are these investments paying off in form of hard ROI or offering feel good soft ROI? Does CX have the potential to be a profit center?