5 Chief Information Officers (CIO) making news about the cloud, the data center of the future, and IT-supporting chatbots.
Georgetown University is moving its phone system to the cloud and CIO Judd Nicholson tells CIO.com “If you can build an IT stack that lets you ride the wave of the technology changes in the consumer space then you're providing far more value to your customers.”
Rick King, CIO at Thomson Reuters, tells Forbes.com’s Peter High that “IT is right in the middle of the value proposition at Thomson Reuters… The insights and the information that are our product come from having a strong, creative, innovative, and execution-oriented technology team.”
Former Intel CIO and soon-to-be head of Lenovo’s data center infrastructure business, Kim Stevenson, tells CIO Journal that the corporate data center of the future will be physically smaller and reserved primarily for tasks that can give companies a competitive edge. “Classic enterprise workloads are going to the cloud,” says Stevenson.
"The role of the CIO is changing, and it's a good thing," Kevin Vasconi, EVP and CIO at Domino's Pizza tells CIO.com. "Most of us like the change and embrace it, but it's difficult at times -- like having to run two different businesses."
Bank of New York Mellon is building a voice-controlled AI platform that will help the firm’s IT staff manage enterprise storage. This “ChatOps model” means the company can “give people back time,” Marek Kwasniewski, VP and head of platform architecture tells CIO Journal.