The role of the modern CIO is changing. The cloud is enabling innovation within the wider digital transformation agenda, with organisations using services from multiple providers to deploy a hybrid, multi-cloud model.
While this opens doors when it comes to the range of options open to IT departments, it also puts new demands on the CIO in terms of innovation. There is more pressure than ever on IT leaders to lead the way strategically, technologically and culturally, all while navigating the choppy waters of change; keeping the business running whilst migrating off legacy systems.
So how can CIOs close the innovation-execution gap and unlock the boundless opportunities of the multi- cloud world?
To find out, Meet the Boss, in partnership with VMware, hosted a series of roundtable discussions with 20 senior IT executives to explore how they are addressing the challenges of operating in a multi-cloud world. This ebook gathers the highlights, challenges and learning
from those discussions: over six hours of conversation with 20 senior executives on the impact of workspace transformation.
What does business really think about the journey to multi-cloud? It’s all hereView E-Book
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New perspectives in a time of disruption
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