Chief Digital Technology Officer & SVP
- Finding order out of chaos
- What Fierce in IT Means to Me & the Women of NYC
- NashTech: Announcing Our Strategic, Global Technology Mash Up
- Australia Responds to the CIO Survey: We Are Innovators
- The Two Most Important Trends for Tech Leaders in 2013
- Harvey Nash Wins Three More Coveted IT Awards
- Tech Innovation & Leadership Can Be the Key to Growth
Finding order out of chaos
The Harvey Nash Group recently published the 2014 Technology Survey with opinion from over two thousand technology professionals, from CTOs to Web Developers and Software Engineers, providing insight to a wide range of industry sector.
What Fierce in IT Means to Me & the Women of NYC
This August a thought-provoking infographic was published in New Relic called "The Fiercest Women in Tech (and why we need more like them)."
It has some powerful insights from IT leaders whose far-reaching contributions are shaping the businesses they lead and the tech landscape of today.
NashTech: Announcing Our Strategic, Global Technology Mash Up
This spring the Harvey Nash 2013 CIO Survey revealed some important insights into the innovation goals of today's IT leaders. From mobile technology (68%) to cloud computing (58%) and collaboration (50%), the majority of surveyed CIOs are currently investing in technologies that are reshaping IT operations, systems and processes.
Australia Responds to the CIO Survey: We Are Innovators
I am lucky to travel for my work and it often provides me with surprising and humorous opportunities to learn about my home--the United States--from an outsider's perspective. Let's just say I have become very familiar with the cultural differences between the US, Europe, Asia and Australia.
The Two Most Important Trends for Tech Leaders in 2013
I recently hosted a webinar to present the results of the 2013 Harvey Nash CIO survey which led to some fascinating discussion on CIO priorities for the year ahead.
Harvey Nash Wins Three More Coveted IT Awards
Harvey Nash has won three prestigious awards in Vietnam for excellence of quality in software development and BPO (business process outsourcing).
Tech Innovation & Leadership Can Be the Key to Growth
At the Harvey Nash annual Leadership Lecture, Carly Fiorina, the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, spoke about four central points where government and business can focus their efforts and encourage economic growth.