Author Archives: Ian

CIO Dialogue

November 2015 Ian is excited to be confirmed as a keynote speaker at the leading CIO Dialogue conference on 2-3 November 2015. Ian will be presenting a thought provoking session on “Cost optimisation in 2016: Creating long term sustainable value … Continue reading

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Ian Alderton finds a warrior instinct in banking at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi

Check out my interview with Mark Chillingworth (Editor in Chief)  in the leading CIO industry magazine (http://www.cio.co.uk/profile/ian-alderton/28-7-2014/)        

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Reducing Enterprise Costs (Part 3)

In my previous 2 blogs on the Key Priorities For The CIO of Tomorrow I discussed Increasing Enterprise Growth and Delivering Operational Results. In this blog I will be discussing Reducing Enterprise Costs. In the aftermath of the credit crisis, … Continue reading

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Biting The Bullet – Delivering Operational Results (Part 2)

In my first post in the series of Key Priorities For The CIO Of Tomorrow, I discussed Increasing Operational Growth. In this post I will discuss how organisations need to bite the bullet and transform their complex and highly inter … Continue reading

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Key Priorities For The CIO Of Tomorrow (Part 1)

Consumers are driving the digital economy and mobile revolution, requiring a new level of customer experience and service. At the same time, the current low interest rate and low margin environment is stagnating growth requiring organisations to aggressively look at … Continue reading

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The Rise of The Digirati – A new form of Digital Maturity

In a world where the pace of change is accelerating, a recent report from Cap Gemini ( http://bit.ly/R7VQBv ), identified the creation of a new class of digital organisation, the “Digirati” that are leading the new digital economy. Digirati organisations were … Continue reading

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Is Risk Depleting Your Capital ?

 In today’s highly regulated environment, many organisations are being adversely impacted with the increasing regulatory burden depleting their economic capital. For every pound spent on regulation, there is a direct reduction in the amount of capital available for the front … Continue reading

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CIO Magazine

Stop Press : Check out my latest article on Big Data as the new digital currency that has been published in the prestigous CIO magazine …   Big Data Gives Banking CIOs New Frontier For Innovation Big Data has been with … Continue reading

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The Emerging Technologies Hype Cycle

With all new technology, the challenge is when to adopt and make the right investment decision. Do you jump before main stream adoption to gain competitive advantage over your peers or do you wait until there is broad market acceptance … Continue reading

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Big Data and the Challenge of Governance

In my previous post ( http://ianalderton.com/?p=861) I disused that challenges of extracting value from Big Data using new forms of competitive advantage, such as dark data and data exhaust. In this post I am going to discuss the challenge of … Continue reading

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