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CIO Trends #4

Computer Weekly talks to more IT leaders than any other publication, and our reporters gather in-depth insights into the challenges facing CIOs, CTOs and CDOs. In this e-guide we look at the topics that should be high on the agenda for anyone wanting to stay on top of their game- and the challenges that come with that. Find out what makes a successful IT leader in 2017, from looking outwards to learning lessons from digital transformation, and how to converge IT and digital skills in your organisation. With a little over a year before the EU General Data Protection Regulation comes into force, we look at how to ensure you’re compliant, and take a peek at the rise of blockchain and what CIOs are doing to take advantage of the distributed ledger technology. We also talk to Sarah Wilkinson, chief data, digital and technology officer at the Home Office about the impact Brexit has on IT challenges in central government, collaborating across services and running large government IT programmes.

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    In this e-guide read about the findings of an investigation into the IT used by the Dutch government. It doesn’t make good reading for the government, but certainly sends a strong message that serious work needs to be done. Also read how a cyber-security organisation is calling Dutch government to push towards the creation of electronic IDs for citizens. 

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