Intel President Renee James will leave the firm at the end of this year, and the company will see a number of other executive changes.
Several months after the company first revealed plans to split in two, officials at Hewlett-Packard filed formal paperwork to break HP Enterprise off as a separate company.
Last month saw a number of high-profile IT leadership appointments. Here are a few of the new CIOs and CTOs.
Coming into 2015, CIOs were told they needed to embrace digital transformation. Soon after, the cry was for masterig digital disruption. That soon tured into a mandate to drive innovation. So what is the CIO really supposed to do here? It turns out the answer is all three.
In four months Hewlett Packard will complete its much-publicized split, but not everyone is sticking around to see the event. Today the company announced that head of enterprise Bill Veghte will leave the company later this summer to pursue other opportunities.
So often in the news we hear about women in STEM being held back, having a hard time in the work place or leaving the field altogether. It's no wonder we find that so few women are entering STEM careers. To help address that, Marie Wieck, general manager of MiddleWare for IBM, has some advice for women looking at a career in STEM, and the men who can help them get there.
Today is National Women in Engineering Day. To help mark the event, FierceCIO continues its series of profiles of women that have been successful in STEM, especially in IT. Today, four tech leaders reflect on the events or individuals that helped shape their careers.
The top news stories for June 23, 2015.
Wieck, who is a co-chair of IBM's Global Work/Life Council and won the Society of Women Engineers Work/Life Balance Award in 2005, and so many other women understand the struggle to find work/life integration. But it's not just women, Wieck stresses.
Information and IT security leaders are desperate for advice, funding, and resources to help them in the battle for security supremacy, It was that mission that brought dozens of them to Boston for the CIO/CISO summit.