Diversity, equity and inclusion go beyond mere representation of minority groups on paper. It requires empowerment, the ability to influence change, equal prospects and a sense of belonging. Without these elements, organizations would miss out on the extraordinary benefits of a varied workforce.
According to a Gartner survey, 81% of CIOs expect to grow their IT team in 2023. While there is a severe talent shortage, the survey found that large enterprise CIOs are devising tactical approaches to execute their talent strategy and meet critical skills demands in 2023.
As cloud computing and remote work take center stage, more users, devices, and data are dispersed beyond the traditional enterprise network. Conventional security measures fall short, posing a significant challenge to maintaining network security while keeping employees connected to cloud-based and third-party...
In Asia/Pacific's dynamic digital-first landscape, opportunities abound with projected digital revenue exceeding 40% of total revenue by 2027. To thrive in this transformation, a highly motivated and secure workforce is crucial.
CEOs prioritize seamless remote productivity and collaboration tools for hybrid working...
As the financial services sector adopts digital transformation, it faces imminent challenges that require striking a balance between legacy and new technologies. A commitment to continuous innovation is essential for exceptional customer experience, and these challenges should not be overlooked.
The Asia-Pacific Digital Skills Study states that workers who acquire digital skills provide significant economic value to businesses and economies. However, there are hindrances to hiring digital workers, such as the mandatory requirement for bachelor's degrees.
Brian Bobo, former CIO of Greenway Health, emphasizes that CIOs should prioritize innovation when hiring the right talent, instead of just ticking checkboxes. They should focus on finding individuals who fit the organizational culture and have a drive to succeed, rather than basing their decision on the years of...
Cybersecurity expert Jane Frankland believes lack of diversity is a major factor in a company's poor risk management. To address the shortage of skilled talent in the industry, hiring leaders must address the faulty processes and increase the recruitment and retention of women workforce.
Vulnerabilities in IoT devices often go undetected due to lack of visibility. Weak access controls and poor patching makes IoT security a persistent challenge. Besides executive-order-like regulations by governments, practitioners have to work on continuous user awareness to plug the gaps.
Zelis, a healthcare financial systems major, prioritizes technology leadership development. Every technology team member has a learning KRA. There is a separate learning and development organization for tech. Kali Durgampudi, CTO, explains how happy workforce translates into happy company.
A volatile business environment has caused companies to put the brakes on full-time hiring in the Indian technology industry. To meet talent requirements, recruiters are now resorting to a mix of hiring strategies that include gig workers.
After successfully traversing two phases of his life as a researcher and corporate leader, Dr. Jai Menon, former global CIO of Bharti Airtel and a technologist par excellence, had just entered the third phase - entrepreneurship - before passing away this week. CIO.inc pays tribute to the visionary.
To deliver much-needed health care solutions during the pandemic, the India innovation hub of Siemens Healthineers worked closely with the health care ecosystem, focused on growing its employees, and invested in emerging technologies like AI/ML and blockchain.
What started as a small social experiment is today known as the Zoho School of Learning. One-tenth of the total Zoho workforce comes from these schools. The talent is groomed on communications, mathematics and software skills.