Peter Sayer

Senior Editor

Peter Sayer covers enterprise applications for CIO.com.

Greenhouse gas emissions: The next big issue for CIOs

UiPath partners with CrowdStrike to secure SaaS workflow automation

UiPath partners with CrowdStrike to secure SaaS workflow automation

Robotic process automation vendor UiPath is beefing up its RPA platform — and is partnering with security firm CrowdStrike to keep tabs on its robot workers.

ServiceNow, Celonis team up to power process automation

ServiceNow, Celonis team up to power process automation

Early next year, a joint offering will mine processes to identify opportunities for optimization and provide the platform on which those processes can be automated.

What is Kyndryl? IBM’s managed infrastructure services spin-off explained

What is Kyndryl? IBM’s managed infrastructure services spin-off explained

IBM is focusing on hot technologies such as artificial intelligence and the cloud, and is cutting adrift legacy IT activities to operate as an independent company.

Exclusive survey: CIOs outline tech priorities for 2021-22

Exclusive survey: CIOs outline tech priorities for 2021-22

With 2020 spending largely dictated by pandemic response, CIOs are now investing with one eye on the future — and one eye on securing the present.

ADM takes process-oriented approach to IT modernization

ADM takes process-oriented approach to IT modernization

Food ingredients supplier Archer Daniels Midland is consolidating IT systems as part of a transformation that includes standardizing many of its business processes worldwide.

Microsoft’s Office 365 price increases: How to reduce the hit

Microsoft’s Office 365 price increases: How to reduce the hit

Microsoft will increase the price of Office 365 by up to 25% in March 2022, but there are things CIOs can do now to limit the damage.

Salesforce tightens Slack integration at Dreamforce

Salesforce tightens Slack integration at Dreamforce

Salesforce seeks to make Slack the interface for Salesforce users to collaborate around training, sales fulfillment, coding, and more. But CIOs should beware integrated pricing plans.

ServiceNow ‘Rome’ emphasizes employee experience

ServiceNow ‘Rome’ emphasizes employee experience

CIOs weigh in on ServiceNow’s latest Now platform update, which aims to make enterprise processes easier for employees to navigate, whether in the office, hybrid, or remote.

Hands-on IT skills pay off more than certs, study says

Hands-on IT skills pay off more than certs, study says

Learning the right leading-edge skills is paying off in a job market that is becoming oversaturated with certificate holders, driving down credentialed premiums.

American Air Filter Europe unifies ERP under S/4HANA

American Air Filter Europe unifies ERP under S/4HANA

Data cleansing proves key to migrating a hodgepodge of ERP systems in 14 countries to a unified sales and warehouse strategy in SAP’s cloud.

AWS and Qualtrics offer new ways to gauge customer sentiment

AWS and Qualtrics offer new ways to gauge customer sentiment

Amazon Web Services has created a new API to help companies ascertain how their customers feel, while Qualtrics bought a competitor to do it.

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