Clint Boulton

Senior Writer

Clint Boulton is a senior writer for CIO.com.

How CIOs transform IT for the digital era

10 machine learning success stories: An inside look

10 machine learning success stories: An inside look

From chatbots to predictive analytics, IT leaders share how they are using artificial intelligence and machine learning to generate business insights and new services. 

What is RPA? A revolution in business process automation

What is RPA? A revolution in business process automation

More CIOS are turning to robotic process automation to eliminate tedious tasks, freeing corporate workers to focus on higher value work. But RPA requires proper design, planning and governance if it's to bolster the business, experts...

Why digital transformations are lagging

Why digital transformations are lagging

The inability to change culture or align on key metrics such as customer satisfaction and value delivery are among the key reasons why digital transformations are failing, experts say.

Digital disruption drives CIOs to double down on innovation

Digital disruption drives CIOs to double down on innovation

From digital twinning to reverse pitching to crowdsourcing, CIOs are exploring innovative ways to facilitate digital transformations.

RPA is poised for a big business break-out

RPA is poised for a big business break-out

Robotic process automation is driving efficiency at enterprises such as Walmart, American Express Global Business Travel and others, as CIOs turn to RPA to tackle repetitive business tasks.

Innovative CIOs make shift to managing IT as a product

Innovative CIOs make shift to managing IT as a product

Aping Silicon Valley technology startups, enterprises are revamping their organizations from project-based IT service delivery to product-oriented technology supported by agile development and iterative release cycles.

6 reasons to pump the brakes on AI

6 reasons to pump the brakes on AI

Artificial intelligence is wending its way into business processes. But CIOs should pause and research the potential business impact of AI tools — both good and bad.

What is low-code development? A Lego-like approach to building software

What is low-code development? A Lego-like approach to building software

Drag-and-drop tools allow citizen developers to assemble applications without the need for manual programming. Here's how companies such as Shell Downstream, 7-Eleven and John Hancock are putting low-code development to work.

Public cloud: Real-world lessons of strategic success

Public cloud: Real-world lessons of strategic success

The public cloud is fast becoming a strategic tool for companies opting for IaaS over running workloads on premises. IT leaders share their experiences and lend advice to CIOs migrating to public cloud services to drive innovation,...

AR/VR gets real: 3 promising pilots of augmented reality and virtual reality in business

AR/VR gets real: 3 promising pilots of augmented reality and virtual reality in business

Augmented reality and virtual reality implementations are building steam at Kimberly-Clark, Farmers Insurance and Foot Locker, say CIOs for those leading brands.

8 essential roles for a successful digital transformation

8 essential roles for a successful digital transformation

CIOs scouring the earth to fill technical roles are likely ignoring the "medium digital" skills required to round out their digital transformations. Here are the lesser-known digital roles CIOs should target.

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