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.

A new year brings the gift of new analysis

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.

Teach technology impact to all

Teach technology impact to all

Technology education has to be for each and every pupil, not just those that will craft IT, which in turn will benefit CIOs, organisations and society.

 Is 5G a calling for telco CIOs?

Is 5G a calling for telco CIOs?

CIOs will play a vital role in delivering savings and changing operational methods as telcos roll out 5G and need capex for the infrastructure investment.

Tibco’s data focus makes it well placed for the downturn

Tibco’s data focus makes it well placed for the downturn

Data is set to play a primary role in business recovery, and the senior leadership of Tibco believe that they have the tools CIOs require

CIOs face an inflection point of influence

CIOs face an inflection point of influence

This is the opportunity for technology teams and leaders to move from supplier to advisor, with a brokerage role.

Post-COVID CIOs are well placed for business change

Post-COVID CIOs are well placed for business change

Innovating with a reduced budget will become a high priority for tech leaders as the economy returns to health finds major annual CIO survey.

CIOs, don't be a digital scapegoat

CIOs, don't be a digital scapegoat

Enthusiasm for technology led change is admirable, but CEOs could be letting you take the wrap for change that is as much their responsibility, as yours

Crisis leadership calls on the new CIO skill set

Crisis leadership calls on the new CIO skill set

The Leadership in a Crisis report highlights how the role has changed and the resources CIOs need to be leaders.

Gamification shapes engineering digital skills

Gamification shapes engineering digital skills

Industry 4.0 is bolting engineering and digital together, CIOs are exploring how to play the skills development contest.

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