The Role of the CIO or IT Executive
Chief information officers (CIOs) and IT directors need to keep the enterprise operating in a secure manner while also helping the enterprise digitally transform. The challenge is leveraging technologies that can automate legacy processes or reinvent them in a completely new digital approach.
Adopting the right artificial intelligence (AI), cloud, and digital workplace technologies will allow CIOs and IT executives to maintain security and responsibility, simplify management and scalability, and streamline cost of operations.
Our research for CIOs and their teams is strategically focused on providing insights on trends in emerging technologies and the best practices of how to put them to work in the digital business era. Use our research to optimize your long-term business plan.
Key Insights For CIOs and IT Executives
The CIO's role has shifted to require more collaboration between business and IT in order to drive digital transformation. Our actionable insights aim to help CIOs find solutions to their most pressing challenges.
Webinar for CIOs: How To Win The Privacy War
Organizations must understand and act on security risks to ensure their data and their customers’ privacy are protected now and in the future.
[CIO Playbook] Evaluating & Demonstrating IT Investment Performance
As a CIO, you need to define a set of metrics that can be used to evaluate and demonstrate the value of your investments to your leadership team.
Aragon Research's Top Predictions for 2021
Aragon’s top predictions for 2021 and beyond cover several accelerating areas of interest. Both end-users and vendors should closely examine these trends and adjust business plans accordingly.
The Aragon Research Technology Arc for Digital Business, 2020
In this Technology Arc, we are specifically focused on technologies organizations should consider when developing, deploying, and evolving digital business solutions.
5 Things CIOs/CTOs Should Consider When Building a Cloud Environment
Not all IT services are appropriate to move to the public cloud. This eBook dives into key factors you should consider when building your cloud environment.
Low-Code/ No-Code Again: Understand Benefits and Challenges
The last few months, I have received several briefings on low/no-code application development platforms (LCDP). And it is great to see that many of them are really easy to use to develop a basic productivity application quickly. In addition, however, it is important to understand their strengths and limitations.