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Increasing performance at low risk – Containers & Microservices enable agility

This roundtable debate will discuss and investigate how microservices and containerisation technology can enable organisations to increase performance and not increase the cost of the IT estate. The debate will focus on how these two technologies enable an increase in business performance. Containers and microservices provide the ability to move to continuous delivery methods. As businesses look for an ability to respond to rapidly changing consumer trends or market conditions this debate will analyse how these two technologies enable organisations Read

CIO Podcast: AI, the law and ethics

CIOs and organisations need to define their ethical standards as they embark on the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI), the community heard at a recent Horizon CIO Network roundtable. The first Horizon CIO Network roundtable event of 2019 focused on how organisations can implement artificial intelligence (AI). CIOs from major financial services, medical, retail, education, manufacturing and housing joined the debate. Keynote for the event was Alistair Maughan, who has been a partner with leading law firm Morison Foerster LLP Read

CIO Roundtable debate – Applying AI

There will be no hype and no ludicrous claims; this Horizon CIO roundtable will focus on how AI can be deployed in 2019 and instantly used to help organisations solve business problems. Event partners Amido believe AI will go mainstream in 2019 and this roundtable debate will demonstrate the reality of that premise. The discussion will focus on how AI can empower team members to create more value for customers, as they are freed from mundane tasks, how structured and Read

Six trends of 2018, Editor’s review of the CIO year

The CIO’s role is more intense and critical than at any other time. When I look back on 2018 and the myriad of discussions held with CIOs and CTOs, whether at networking events, for podcasts or at major conferences such as the recent .Next by Nutanix, it is clear that organisations are well aware of the impact of technology. Therefore the demands on business technology leaders are at an all time high. Six key trends came out of the discussions Read

Hiscox CIO joins board of Turbonomic

US Fintech firm Turbonomic has appointed the CIO of Hiscox to its Board of Directors. Ian Penny is the second CIO to join the board of Turbonomic as Non-Executive Director, joining former GE CIO, Gary Reiner on the board. London based Penny, who has been CIO for insurance specialist Hiscox since May 2017, “brings deep expertise in leading all aspects of IT including strategy, development, engineering, operations and program execution”, Turbonomics said in a statement. At Hiscox Penny is responsible Read

Information provenance to put the I into CIO

The twin challenges of innovation and cybersecurity are making the provenance of information vital to CIOs, according to Serguei Beloussov, the entrepreneur behind Acronis a security and backup specialist. But Beloussov is not alone, a number of recent conversations with CIOs and next generation service providers demonstrates that as organisations use the full power of cloud computing to develop and implement edge computing opportunities, the number of threats increases as do the innovation opportunities. The debate about securing devices has Read

CIO roundtable – Information strategies to deliver business value

Information and technology is the key to CIOs and their teams rising up the business value chain. The current wave of technologies, combined with a radical change in customer behaviour has given CIOs and CTOs an opportunity to be board level business leaders that enable the organisation to radically change the way it operates and to be able to operate at a pace that meets the needs of a new era of customer. A leading CIO search executive recently described Read

Horizon Scan – Digital Transformation CIO roundtable debate

The Horizon Scan roundtable is a new concept based on feedback from both the CIO community and from next generation service providers. The event will feature 4 non-competing next generation service providers being interviewed by CIO Community Editor and podcast host Mark Chillingworth. With Digital Transformation at the forefront of many organisational strategies, the Horizon CIO Podcast has brought together 4 unique next generation service providers that can help CIOs deliver a digital transformation to their organisation. This event is Read

Irish Government CIO to give .Next conference keynote

CIO for the Irish Government Barry Lowry is to be a keynote presenter at this November’s .Next conference in London. Lowry, who has been Ireland’s foremost public sector CIO since April 2016 will share with peers how he is transforming public sector services in Ireland. Lowry became Irish Government CIO following five years as Director of IT Services at the Enterprise Shared Services division which supplied technology to Northern Ireland. Lowry has been in public sector IT since 1998. “My Read

Banking CIOs, your customers are the CEO

Banks need only to look at the high street to see their future in black and white, or rather black or red. BHS, Toys R Us and House of Fraser are just some of the great British brands leaving empty shop fronts up and down the country. And if the banks don’t watch out, it’s looking likely that they will be next. Just like department stores, who thought their customers would never switch to Amazon or ASOS, the banks laughed Read

So fellow CIO – here is the challenge!

  In this, my twelfth column for the Horizon CIO Podcast, I am describing just how extensive the landscape of change is that we all now face, and then scoping how you, the contemporary CIO, can best set out routes of transformational change genuinely relevant to your business. In earlier columns I have written about the diversity of new capabilities (from Artificial Intelligence to Blockchain) spawned by the new undercroft of computing power we can all now access. But that Read

CIO interview: Stuart Birrell’s tech modernisation at Heathrow Airport

In part 2 of the Horizon CIO Podcast interview with Stuart Birrell explains how you modernise the IT and team, but retain heritage and valuable experience Stuart Birrell has been CIO for Heathrow Airport since June 2015. Heathrow is his second CIO role in the congested flight space around the UK’s capital, he was CIO of Gatwick airport from 2008 to 2011 and led the technology split from BAA, the organisation that at the time owned and operated Gatwick and Read

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