Jennifer Londoff- CIO

  1. "Compliant zijn op data-gebied is altijd een zorg geweest voor elke organisatie, en een kopzorg voor IT", stelt Doug Bordonaro, chief data evangelist bij ThroughSpot, een leverancier van BI en data-analyse. "Dat is nog steeds zo, maar de onderliggende redenen zijn veranderd."

    "Voorheen waren de meeste initiatieven op het gebied van compliance ingegeven door nationale wetgeving die de zorgen over de beveiliging van hardware en software probeerde te vertalen", legt Bordonaro verder uit. "Tegenwoordig moeten bedrijven echter de enorme hoeveelheid data die ze produceren en verzamelen, managen en zorgen voor compliance met oog op wereldwijde wetgeving als GDPR, in plaats van nationale regelgeving."

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  2. “Remaining compliant with data has always been a concern for organizations, and a headache for IT,” states Doug Bordonaro, chief data evangelist at ThoughtSpot, a business intelligence and data analytics provider. “While that remains true in today’s world, the underlying drivers have changed.

    “Previously, most compliance initiatives were driven by national legislation like HIPAA and SOX and rooted in security concerns around hardware and software,” he explains. “Today, however, enterprises must manage, govern and ensure compliance for the overwhelming amount of data they produce, especially in the face of global legislation like GDPR, rather than national regulations.”

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  3. Customer relationship management (CRM) solutions continue to evolve, with established vendors releasing new features and functionality (cloud, mobile, AI) — and new vendors entering the market. As a result, whether you are looking for an enterprise solution or one tailored for small or midsize businesses, need a solution designed for a mobile, decentralized workforce, or want something industry-specific, there is a CRM for you.

    But with such a wide (and evolving) range of CRM solutions to choose from, how do you determine which CRM suite is right for your organization? And, more importantly, how do you then get business users to make the most of the software?

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  4. Just because someone has the title of project manager doesn't mean he or she knows how to effectively manage projects, as many CIOs and other IT executives have learned the hard way.

    To be an effective project manager, one who can keep projects and the team on track, takes more than technical know-how. It also requires a number of non-technical skills, and it is these softer skills that often determine whether a project manager — and the project — will be a success.

  5. Just because someone has the title of "project manager" does not mean he or she knows how to effectively manage projects, as many CIOs and other IT executives have learned the hard way.

    To be an effective project manager, one who can keep projects and the team on track, takes more than technical know-how. It also requires a number of non-technical skills, and it is these softer skills that often determine whether a project manager - and the project - will be a success.

    So how can you tell a good project manager from a bad one? CIO.com surveyed project management experts and executives to learn what skills are required to successfully manage projects–that is, to ensure that projects are kept on track and stay on budget.

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