CIO role

The 3Cs for every CIO to get their IT department ready for digital transformation

The IT Department, which was hitherto a “supporting” function, is suddenly being looked at as the “most critical” function for implementing their digital business strategy needs.

Veteran CIO Pratap Gharge retires from Bajaj Electricals

Pratap Gharge, CIO at Bajaj Electricals, will retire on 30 June. He was a true visionary well ahead of his time. Here’s a look at his exceptional stint as an IT leader.

Cloud security doesn’t raise alarm bells: Jay Chaudhry, Zscaler

The shiny network appliances in organizations’ security infra are irrelevant as cloud is now a professionally managed utility, says Jay Chaudhry, founder & CEO at Zscaler.

Even CIOs need a hard hat: Agile construction is a secret weapon for smarter IT

Agile construction methodologies are dramatically changing how IT infrastructure is being built. Those construction practices will, in turn, give CIOs more flexibility in how they do IT planning and save money on a fast-growing aspect of their budgets at the same time.

Traps that can derail your career

When you take on a new CIO role you expect to succeed. You’ve climbed the rungs of leadership and have been vetted, tested and proven through much of your career.

Adecco taps emerging technologies to take recruitment to next level

Adecco Group’s national IT solutions manager and former acting CIO, Giovanni Ambrosini, believes automation and robotics are having a sweeping and profound effect on the recruitment market.

What companies really want when hiring a CIO

Specific technology skills are great, but the best CIOs are proven leaders, excellent managers and master communicators.

Vipul Anand is Senior VP-IT at Hindware

Industry veteran and former Group CIO of Jindal Steel & Power, Vipul Anand will lead digital transformation across Hindware group as Senior VP-IT.  

CIO Leadership Event tees off today

The much-awaited CIO Leadership Event brings IT leaders and domain experts under one roof to deliberate the enterprise’s most pressing concerns and gear up to lead from the front.