CIO Top Stories of 2016: Cloud, Emerging Technology in Era of Digital Business

| December 28, 2016

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The biggest news stories of the year for CIOs captured the role of emerging technology amid the rise of digital business, in which computing and physical assets are increasingly integrated. Convergence of that sort has been the case in one industry after another, from transportation and logistics to retail,  healthcare and manufacturing. CIO Journal’s top stories of 2016 explored  the role of the CIO in that shift with the corporate adoption of cloud computing, the emergence in the enterprise of new technologies such as blockchain, and  the latest in artificial intelligence. Top stories also assessed the  impact those technologies will have on jobs and talent acquisition, as addressed  a heated debate about the adequateness of science, technology, engineering and mathematics education in the United States.

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