Cloud evangelist Ian Moyse zeroes in on the role of cloud during the pandemic with excellent insight. 2020 is the year when cloud computing came into its own as the enabler to Work From Home. Cloud has its pros and cons like any technology, but its successes have been highlighted during 2020’s COVID period. What will this mean for digital transformation and disruption for the remainder of 2020 and beyond?
CIO WaterCooler Community Articles
We spoke with CIO WaterCooler members Nick Burton, Victoria Higgin, Chris Lord and Sue Walnut to understand how the pandemic has changed their attitudes and how they deliver digital transformation. In the article, we highlight the top takeaways and include perspectives from our contributors in their own words.
It’s time for businesses to walk the walk, not just talk the talk. Corporate social consciousness and the advent of social media means that companies, if not already will soon be held accountable for their purported culture and swiftly be taken to task if they falter or show signs of falsehood. Expert Contributor Kevin Benedict dives into this interesting topic with his usual flair, insight, and tact.
Gunnar Menzel, CTIO Europe, Capgemini
What if Covid-19 was a cyber virus? Let’s increase the end-users awareness to be prepared for a pandemic cyber virus.
CIO Contributor Alfonso Razzi explores what a cyber COVID-19 attack would resemble, highlighting that it would not be too farfetched. Alfonso provides sobering advice for businesses to reiterate the importance of end-user training and awareness.
There is a community and trust that comes with people spending time together.
To maintain this spirit remotely, leaders should coach their team on new ways of working.