The consumerisation of IT is one of the greatest challenges facing the enterprise. It is changing the way we work, the role of the IT department, and the role of the CIO.
The Connected Business is joined by John Delaney, associate vice president at industry analysts IDC, John McKeown, chief information officer for EMEA at Cushman & Wakefield, the property firm, Simon Body, Senior Enterprise Architect, at Astra Zeneca, the pharmaceutical company, and John Griffiths of PA Consulting Group.
How are businesses dealing with consumerisation, and how do they move from a defensive approach to one that turns the trend into competitive advantage?
In this week’s podcast: Could geo-spatial information be the next dimension for big data? Knowing where something, or someone, is is growing in value to retailers, engineers, governments, and the military.
We speak to GIS specialists Dan Monk, technical architect at Atkins, the consulting engineers, Andrew Corcoran, of the energy and environmental consulting company West Coast Group, WO2 Giles, of the UK’s Ministry of Defence, and Euan Cameron, CTO for the applications at GIS vendor Esri, on the increasing importance of location information.
Can HR technology do more than just cut out the administration for personnel departments?
With firms facing a “war for talent” they are turning to IT, and analytics, to find and keep the right people.
KPMG’s practice lead for talent management, Ruth Svensson, CEB’s chief science and analytics officer Eugene Burke, and James Collinge, director of HR and training at Holman Fenwick Willan, explain how.
Technology is changing our work, entertainment, and even how businesses run IT itself.
We speak to Sam Nicholson, cinematographer and chief executive of Stargate Studios; Dave Coplin, futurologist and “chief envisioneer” at Microsoft, and John Igoe, vice president for technology at Rackspace, about their visions for the future in their lines of work.
Could the bank branch be a thing of the past, and could physical currency be going the way of books, vinyl or CDs? And can banks use data analytics to become more relevant to customers, and to regain trust?
We speak to Eden Zoller, principal analyst at Ovum, to Kris Canekeratne, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at Virtusa, and to Attila Bayrak, senior vice president for customer relationship management at Turkish bank Akbank.
KPMG’s Martin Jordan on how businesses can learn from the intelligence services, when it comes to countering cyber threats, and how dairy producer Friesland-Campina is using technology from iPads to machine to machine communications to improve quality and profits.
Plus: could rural Cornwall be the UK’s next tech hub?
Ovum’s Joe Dignan on how smart cities are moving from science fiction to fact, Canalys’ Matthew Ball on how consumerisation is reviving prospects for video conferencing, and Patrick Louis, CEO of the Lotus F1 Team, on how technology is changing his business, and his sport.
Information technology provides the infrastructure backbone for companies today. The Connected Business series of podcasts examines how business leaders can use IT to improve performance and exploit new opportunities for growth.
Presented by Stephen Pritchard
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