CIO insights and trends
Preparing for what's next
Chief Information Officers rarely have time to rest. To help CIOs keep pace with technology innovation and new business practices, we offer a mix of innovative thinking and practical advice for CIOs–all designed to help you turn new developments in the IT landscape into more value for your business.
Video: Evolving role of the CIO
The velocity of change in technology today is unprecedented. How can CIOs stay on top of rapid changes to drive overall strategy, create revenue, and nurture tech talent? Hear from senior information technology leaders on the evolving role of the CIO.
What is top of mind for today’s Chief Information Officer?
Deloitte offers insights around the key themes of: Exploring exponentials, maximizing the cloud opportunity, targeting tech talent, shoring up cyber defenses and transforming to digital. Explore these recently-published articles in The Wall Street Journal, CIO Journal online to gain insights from leading CIOs and industry and subject matter experts. Download and share this compendium to start conversations across your business on the technologies and talent that can contribute most to your future growth.
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Gain instant access to the CIO Insider series and CIO global survey on the Deloitte On Technology iPad app.
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CIO Insider is a business insights series from Deloitte. Dedicated to helping chief information officers (CIOs) and technology executives address their most complex challenges, the Insider provides a mix of broad business insights, combined with deep technical knowledge and fact-based research.
Tech Trends 2017
Deloitte’s annual Tech Trends reports examine the ever-evolving technology landscape and those trends that have the potential to transform business, government, and society. Written from the perspective of the CIO, these reports explore technology trends that have the opportunity to impact organizations—across industries, geographies, and sizes today and in the future.
2016–2017 global CIO survey
The 2016–2017 global CIO survey: Navigating legacy enables CIOs to assess their current pattern—trusted operator, change instigator, or business co-creator—and shares insights on how to navigate between types to drive business transformation, harness digital disruption, and become a catalyst for monumental organization-wide change.
Insights from Deloitte
Published by The Wall Street Journal and sponsored by Deloitte, CIO Journal is a premium news and information service for chief information officers and senior business executives interested in technology. In addition to news and reporting from WSJ’s dedicated staff of tech journalists, and aggregated news from Dow Jones, CIO Journal features daily insights and analysis from Deloitte in a dedicated content module.
CIO Journal is accessible to all WSJ digital edition subscribers. Interested readers may opt-in to receive The Morning Download, a digest of the day’s top CIO Journal stories, including a featured story from Deloitte, delivered every weekday.
Driefs Webcasts for Technology Executives
Anticipating tomorrow's complex issues and new strategies is a challenge, and with technology constantly changing it can be difficult to keep up. Stay ahead of the technology curve with Dbriefs - live webcasts that provide valuable insights on current developments that could affect your business.
View the schedule of upcoming webcasts.
Tech fluency: A foundation of future careers
Technology permeates virtually all aspects of our lives—and our jobs. Without a strong foundation of knowledge about technology in the workplace, workers will likely find it harder and harder to contribute to enterprise value—and to grow professionally.
Achieving digital maturity
Our third annual study of global digital business, a collaboration with MIT Sloan Management Review, reveals five key practices organizations best able to achieve digital maturity employ—and the lessons all companies can learn from their success.