Next session is on the CIO Agenda, what are the practical implications of the things covered at a high level in the keynote.
Spending priorities - need to invest in new technologies, but also to refresh our core infrastructures to be ready to take advantage of new technologies.
Where is this innovation coming from?
Large IT vendors not the leaders, (apart from Google). Will be a large number of small vendors, we will have to work with more partners, and probably more immature ones.
Some questions CIOs need to ask themselves:
How do we get our core services digital ready?
What's the role of cloud?
How can we be fast enough?
How do we lead in an increasingly digital era?
Main reason for investing in cloud is not cost, it's innovation and agility. Risk can be managed, and benefits are there.
Many CIOs are running two speeds of IT, fast and traditional. Some using a separate, fast team, some using agile for small projects, some use methods like SCRUM.
Partnering with new, smaller organisations can produce fast, innovative results.
No more vanilla in IT any more. No right answer, all organisations will require different solutions.
Think about the digital strategy, and how it integrates with the IT strategy.
Ask ourselves, what will our digital legacy be.
Refresh and review infrastructure to be digital ready
Introduce and strengthen two speed approach
Reinvigorate sourcing and partnerships to get more innovation
Define and pursue your digital legacy
Avoid digital leaderships gaps, overlaps or ambiguity
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