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Meg Whitman describes the change as 'organisational improvements'
First awards celebrates digital brilliance across a diverse range of UK organisations
CDO will work in Edinburgh office and report to chief customer officer
Seven-year deal with Trustmarque aims to remove day-to-day IT hassles
Capgemini research finds mixed bag of success and failure
Finding new, productive tasks for staff is the real challenge, not just cutting costs
But organisations shouldn't rush into spending millions on new infrastructure, says Coreix's Paul Davies
Mohammed Chaara claims companies are giving vast salaries to data scientists but don't have a strategy for making effective use of their skills
Awards will take place on 23 June at Montcalm Hotel in London
Mark Ridley claims sales people can offer unique insights
SAS CIO Keith Collins tells V3 how the company is restructuring its subsidiaries for the first time in its 40-year history
Global insurer doesn't require a CDO to oversee digital transformation initiative
Partnership seeks to create 'high-performing computers on wheels'
Agenda must reach every department and every process, says Dr Norbert Gaus
Maxwell tasked with leading digital transformation in government and boosting UK technology sector
IT leaders need to use savings in IT optimisation to fund digital initiatives, advises Gartner
Jay Vijayan has the blessing of Tesla CEO Elon Musk to start his own company
Doug Davis and Kirk Skaugen to leave
CIO Andy Caddy looking for project managers, network infrastructure engineers and application support specialists
New CIO will look after all IT and cyber security matters for the energy firm
Integration of teams and a change of job profiles has been 'incredibly powerful' for organisation
But Watson Europe CTO sees a future of AI supporting people rather than replacing jobs
The robotics firm’s lack of a marketable product means it is no longer wanted by Google’s parent company