As part of Computing's Tomorrow's IT Leaders campaign, we talk to the UK's top chief information officers (CIOs) to find out their views on the role of IT leaders and how this will change in the post-recessionary world.
In this video, British Airways CIO Paul Coby talks to Computing senior reporter Angelica Mari and Mark Kobayashi-Hillary, director of the BCS Elite IT management group, about how BA is managing a 30 per cent IT budget cut yet still focusing on staff development.
Click here to watch the second installment of this two-part interview, in which Coby talks about the future of IT leadership and the skills that will be required.
By eliminating high entry costs for big data analysis, you can convert more raw data into valuable business insight.
A discussion of the "risk perception gap", its implications and how it can be closed