Today, Raconteur have published a 12-page ‘Future CIO’ report in the Sunday Times broadsheet, and CDW are delighted to partner with VMware to feature a full-page advertorial.
Written by top IT journalists, the report explores the evolution of the CIO role with key themes including:
- How to find business value from digital transformation
- Exploration of the future of workplaces
- Top priorities for CIOs in 2021
VMware and CDW’s joint feature, including a thought leadership article and Q&A with Kyle Davies, Practice Lead - Integrated Technology Architecture (CDW), and Spencer Pitts, Digital Workspace Chief Technologist (VMware), explores how organisations have had to adapt rapidly to distributed working and why the future will require them to revisit security and increase visibility.
The pair go on to discuss enabling successful distributed working, unlocking greater productivity, prioritising diversity and inclusion, putting co-workers first, and how the CIO can lead the charge.
Ash Ubhi, Category Lead – Datacentre, said "We are delighted to have been able to participate in this report alongside VMware. Together, we help organisations address the emerging challenges of a distributed workforce and deliver on the opportunity to redesign the traditional ways of working and enhance the user digital experience.”
To read the digital version of the 'The Future CIO' report, click here.
If you wish to request a complimentary hard copy, please submit your details here.*
For more information, please visit: https://www.uk.cdw.com/about/partners/vmware-and-cdw/ or email DellTech@uk.cdw.com.
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