No IT strategy is perfect. In this #CIOChat recap, participants look back on 2014 and reveal their biggest information technology regrets of the year.
When reflecting on 2014, is there anything you wish you had done differently as a CIO? Nobody’s perfect; most likely, the answer is a resounding “yes.” IT executives aren’t immune to experiencing a few information technology regrets, ranging from not focusing enough attention on customer engagement or user experience to not moving certain services to the cloud sooner to not sufficiently beefing up security, even as data breaches mounted.
Every IT strategy is bound to have its fair share of hiccups. In SearchCIO’s end-of-year #CIOChat on Twitter, participants divulged some of their biggest information technology regrets from 2014.
With an increasing number of cyberthreats making news — most recently and prominently, the devastating the Sony breach — it’s not surprising that security, or a lack thereof, was a common regret among participants, many of whom think IT leaders are second-guessing their approaches to cybersecurity