CFOs should apply a similar degree of governance over their organization’s proprietary knowledge as they would over an individual’s personal data.
At the core of “as-a-service” technology-delivery models is the need for a far tighter, ongoing working relationship between your company and its IT vendors.
The person who advocates for the adoption of innovative solutions can be an important asset, or a drag on costs and a creator of risk.
Help your organization realize tangible value from the unstructured data scattered across your business.
Pay careful attention to the nest of contractors and other providers running your Cloud – if you can.
It doesn't take Google Glass to see that the risks of disruptive technologies emerging within the enterprise must be taken seriously by CFOs.
Big Data comes with both Big Promise and Big Concerns. What does it all mean for CFOs and their organizations?
Reappraising your vendor management strategy should be core to your business's adoption of new and emerging technologies in order to derive long-term value.
As prices fall, driven down by the global cloud giants, the cloud market is on the brink of major disruption. What can CFOs do to mitigate the risk that their organization will end up as roadkill in a cloud market shakeup?
You may find yourself with a beautiful cloud ecosystem. You may think you no longer need an IT department. Think again, very carefully.