Higher productivity from employees requires trust—not surveillance.
New tech is aiding not just the neurodiverse, but their employers and caregivers as well, says Sean Banerjee, CTO of CentralReach.
Cybersecurity risk is rising, but by paying attention to specific critical areas in the year ahead, CIOs can reduce the impact.
Using healthcare as an example, symplr’s Brian Fugere shares how technology can unify and simplify.
Increasing access to information on the costs of medications is a dramatic improvement for UCHealth doctors and patients, says CT Lin, chief medical information officer.
However the future of work plays out, IT leaders will need to focus on connecting people through technology and processes, says Damon Venger, CIO at Compucom.