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Swiss CIOs walking a difficult tightrope

Boards are ramping up investment in data security and privacy to become GDPR compliant, according the 2018 Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey, to avoid data breaches which have reached an all-time high. In Switzerland, half of the survey participants were still GDPR non-compliant as of 3 April 2018.
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Largest-ever IT leadership study shows CIO’s growing strategic influence

Turbulent times see technology leaders get to grips with digital by focusing on consistency and stability as well as fostering innovation. Meanwhile, more CEOs and boards are turning to their CIOs for help in navigating the uncertainties, threats and opportunities in todays’ digital world.
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Digitization: Driving change, changing the game

Two-thirds of CIOs expect digital disruption to fundamentally change their business, according to the latest global Harvey Nash CIO Survey in association with KPMG. The survey represents the views of around 4,000 technology leaders from more than 30 countries all over the world. A good reason to take a closer look at this major game changer.
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Companies struggling with large scale planning transformation

The performance of planning and budgeting processes is significantly dependent on the cross-functional collaboration of various planning participants. As a result, many companies are implementing the Integrated Business Planning concept (IBP) within their organization. What are the eight crucial success factors?
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Data and technology: Driving financial services business transformation

In a world in which data is considered to be the new oil, tremendous opportunities lie ahead for the financial services industry.
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