Myles F. Suer

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Myles Suer, according to LeadTails, is the number 9 influencer of CIOs. He is also the facilitator for the CIOChat, which has executive-level participants from around the world in such industries as banking, insurance, education and government. Myles is also Head of Global Enterprise Marketing at Boomi.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Myles F. Suer and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

Achieving consistent vocabulary across business functions

How CIOs create and drive new ways of engagement

How CIOs create and drive new ways of engagement

How do business leaders help employees and customers thrive when they are stressed, fearful and longing for authentic human connections?

CIOs offer strategies for engaging an entirely mobile workforce

CIOs offer strategies for engaging an entirely mobile workforce

Working from home has been a success operationally, but it has strained people, processes and technology. CIOs discuss the opportunity to make each better in the days to come.

Fitting ITSM into a devops world

Fitting ITSM into a devops world

IT service management (ITSM) has been around for a long time. While ITSM and ITIL have been updated over the years, how do they stack up against Gen Z approaches like devops?

CIOs prep for the coming IT recession

CIOs prep for the coming IT recession

CIOs say that the coronavirus crisis has proven the value of IT, especially for organizations that were ready with mobile approaches and where the CIOs were tightly connected to other business counterparts.

CIOs and COVID-19 crisis: thoughts on business continuity

CIOs and COVID-19 crisis: thoughts on business continuity

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, a group of CIOs look at business continuity and share what’s working, what’s not and what lessons they have learned.

CIOs discuss their evolving role

CIOs discuss their evolving role

The CIO role has changed into a digital role. How well are CIOs succeeding remains an important topic and was one that several CIOs discussed a few weeks ago when the coronavirus crisis was in its early stages. Their answers provide...

14 ways CIOs can show leadership during the COVID-19 crisis

14 ways CIOs can show leadership during the COVID-19 crisis

What steps should CIOs be taking to help their organizations immediately weather this crisis? Fourteen CIOs share their thoughts.

CIOs say personal disruption comes before digital disruption

CIOs say personal disruption comes before digital disruption

Why CIOs and their teams need to change themselves first, before digital disruption can work for the entire organization.

Managing diverse, multi-location teams

Managing diverse, multi-location teams

The management challenges for CIOs are only going to grow in the digital age. The question is: are they ready?

Why data governance matters – and who should own it?

Why data governance matters – and who should own it?

Should CIOs take an active role in data governance? Their organizations may need it to survive even if they don’t grock the business value.

How CIOs can get truly strategic...and why that matters

How CIOs can get truly strategic...and why that matters

CIOs can earn their opportunity to advance at the strategy table, but to keep their roles, they need to make what IT does central to the business.

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