The Harvey Nash / KPMG CIO Survey is the world’s largest and most widely reported global study of technology trends.
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For over two decades we have charted the rapidly evolving world of technology, and along the way have shone a light on key world events: from the dot com bubble to the Great Recession of 2008, to the data and cloud revolution of the last decade.
With this year’s CIO Survey we turn our focus to the effect of the Covid-19 crisis.
With our large sample size - which covers most major countries, all in various stages of responding to the crisis - we plan to make this the most comprehensive report on how organisations are making lasting changes to their business and technology strategies.
All in a world getting to grips with uncertainty, social isolation, rapid digitisation, leaps in innovation… and Zoom.
This year’s survey is shorter than usual (around 16 minutes). All respondents will receive a copy of the report when it’s published later in the year, as well as an invite to an event to discuss the findings.
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The current crisis is affecting so many people in so many ways. And if you have lost your job, or feel your role is at risk, it can be a worrying time for you. We have created Your Tomorrow to help.
Harvey Nash are delighted to launch a major new video and podcast series where leaders across the world talk about the current crisis, and what work will be like when the world get backs to normal.
Today marks Blackout Tuesday, an opportunity, following the horrific death of George Floyd in the U.S., to pause and think about the world around us.
The Covid-19 pandemic is challenging us all - individuals, families and businesses - to do things differently. But while some of this may be difficult and frustrating, other aspects are actually proving themselves to be transformational.
Bev White, CEO Harvey Nash Group, talks about innovation, internal collaboration and employee engagement, for the Group’s new site aimed at its furloughed employees