The Human Factor: How CIOs are Rethinking the IT Org

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IT leaders are living through a “volatile, competitive, and opportunity-laden era,” according to IDC. In response, digital technologies are driving future priorities for IT teams. But this shift has IT leaders ready to stand back and reassess IT’s strategy — their very adequacy, capability, and vision. It’s a tall order. CIOs have been central figures in the enterprise transformations spurred on by the pandemic and are expected to keep up with the accelerated pace of digital adoption going forward. Join us for this webinar as we examine how CIOs should be rethinking their IT orgs, the strategic moves savvy leaders are making, and the benefits of IT teams taking a more collaborative approach. Also, we’ll examine the interplay of technology and the “human factor” as IT teams strive to meet the ambitious DX goals they’re tasked with – distributed work models, accelerated digital adoption, and new security and networking integrations. Moderator: • Jim Malone, IDG Senior Content Director Speakers: • Joseph Pucciarelli, Group Vice President & IT Executive Advisor, IDC • Martin Capurro, VP of Managed Services, Comcast Business

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