Mark Chillingworth

Mark Chillingworth is a CIO and CTO journalist, ghost writer, moderator and advisor with over 11 years experience. From 2010 to 2016 he was Editor in Chief of the award-winning CIO UK. In 2011 he created the CIO 100, an annual transformation power list of the UK’s most influential CIOs and launched the UK’s first CIO Podcast in 2016.

It's time to push the data pedal hard

Cycling gets smarter, on the street and in the race

Cycling gets smarter, on the street and in the race

Data, Apps and IoT are reshaping cycling for Grand Tour winners, amateur riders or commuters in Smart Cities.

CIOs, keep an eye out for teams within teams

CIOs, keep an eye out for teams within teams

CIOs must balance strong existing relationships with a challenge to the status quo.

UK at risk without a national data strategy

UK at risk without a national data strategy

Leading peers on the House of Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence worry that the UK will not benefit or control AI as national data strategy is delayed.

The digital challenge for Procurement - is almost identical to that faced by CIOs

The digital challenge for Procurement - is almost identical to that faced by CIOs

Technology and procurement teams must become close partners in order to succeed in delivering digital transformation.

The office of the future will need to diversify its usage

The office of the future will need to diversify its usage

Do farms, cathedral markets and the campus provide signs of how the office will look beyond the pandemic?

We cannot return to the pre-pandemic madness

We cannot return to the pre-pandemic madness

Decades of industrial revolutionary thinking led to a near cardiac arrest for many, yet one of my early favourite bands did warn us we were risking our heath.

Special services - how interim CIOs have become expert advisors

Special services - how interim CIOs have become expert advisors

Interim CIOs and CTOs have transitioned into a new boutique alternative to major consultancies, and could be well placed for the post-Covid recovery.

A new year brings the gift of new analysis

A new year brings the gift of new analysis

2021 could be the year that CIOs diverge into culture change leaders and technology delivery leadership.

2020 was the year CIOs and IT were heard

2020 was the year CIOs and IT were heard

Technology leaders and teams did themselves proud in this tough year; in 2021 technology must remain heard and share its opportunities widely.

Data provides CIO with digital transformation insight

Data provides CIO with digital transformation insight

Digital modernisation programmes led by data aware executives are vital to success.

Has tech-led remote care reached a tipping point?

Has tech-led remote care reached a tipping point?

The pandemic has accelerated tech delivered remote healthcare. CIOs and tech leaders believe new opportunities will benefit patients and providers.

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