DigiTalks: In the latest episode of DigiTalks, CNME Editor Mark Forker interviewed Tim Taylor QC, Managing Partner at King & …
As cybersecurity risk management has ascended to become a top strategic priority, where the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) sits within the leadership team has become a major question.
Artificial intelligence giant hosted a roundtable discussion in partnership with CNME that focused on the ways that chief financial officers …
The study, ‘Finance and HR: The Cloud’s New Power Partnership’, outlines how a holistic view into finance and HR information, delivered via cloud technology, empowers organisations to better manage continuous change.
Keeping track of the finances of any business is no easy job. As Chief Financial Officer of RAK Ceramics, Pramod Kumar Chand, however, is tasked with this key function in an organisation that spans 160 countries, with a large product portfolio. He told CNME how his strong relationship with IT ensures things run smoothly.
In any 21st Century industry, technology provides the foundations for operational efficiency, business agility and increased bottom line. However, in no sector are lives impacted more than in healthcare. Michele Rosso, Chief Financial Officer, Mediclinic Middle East, told CNME about the company’s partnership between IT and finance.
From New York to Nairobi, Paris to Perth and Beijing to Buenos Aires, Emirates is internationally acclaimed as one of the world’s elite airlines – and one of its most powerful brands. James Dartnell sat down with the company’s Senior Vice President of Group Finance, Michael Doersam, to discuss the powerful bond between the firm’s Finance and IT divisions.
CFOs are frustrated with “excessive IT costs” and limited insights into their business despite IT investments, acccording to joint research from Oxford Economics and consulting firm AlixPartners.
CIOs need to get their house in order before they get a seat at the top table, a panel of financial executives said at a briefing by the Financial Times in England.
Microsoft last week prepped Wall Street for a 2 percent slip in Windows revenue for the third quarter, but warned that PC shipments will continue their double-digit tumble.