Oct
21

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O papel dos recursos humanos é fundamental no sector das tecnologias e o elemento “brain” é o principal condutor da evolução e dos resultados. 

The HR of IT é um evento focado nas equipas de Tecnologias de Informação que decorre na NOVA School of Business and Economics, em Lisboa, no dia 29 de outubro.

O uso generalizado das tecnologias digitais, a mudança para o social business, a necessidade de novos conhecimentos e as competências necessárias para inovação de processos e produtos fazem com que as empresas estejam cientes da importância de ter uma forte equipa de TI. Alinhado com esta mudança de mind set, o papel do CIO está a desenvolver-se mais no sentido de líder de pessoas e negócio que de gestor de TIs, obrigando a competências distintas e percursos de carreira diferentes. O evento procura dar resposta a questões concretas de Como manter as competências atualizadas numa área com um enorme ritmo de mudança?”;  “Quanto tempo entre “Expert” e “Ultrapassado”?”; “Qual o percurso de carreira que melhor dota o CIO?”; “Como atrair os melhores talentos para a sua empresa?“, ou “Quais as razão de os colaboradores mais valorizados saírem das suas organizações?”.

Oradores convidados:

David Correia - LinkedIn

David Correia – LinkedIn

David Correia, Enterprise Relationship Manager no LinkedIn

Profissional Sénior com mais de 16 anos de experiência em empresas multinacionais, implementando soluções em áreas como Social Media, Cloud Services, SaaS, Software e IT Services principalmente em Portugal e Espanha.
Com larga experiência em recrutamento, liderança e coaching de vendas, pré-vendas e consultoria de recursos.
O recrutamento através de redes socias tem vindo a aumentar consideravelmente nos últimos anos e o LinkedIn é a principal ferramenta utilizada. A rede veio alterar a forma como as empresas chegam aos recursos.

Isabel Reis - EMC

Isabel Reis – EMC

Isabel Reis, Country Manager da EMC Portugal

Na EMC Portugal desde 2000, Isabel Reis assumiu a liderança da empresa, enquanto diretora-geral, em janeiro de 2009, tendo antes desempenhado o cargo de Channel & Commercial Sales Manager. Licenciada em Marketing pelo INEPI e com uma pós-graduação em Marketing pela Universidade Católica, iniciou a sua carreira como Marketing Communications Specialist na Oracle Portugal, passando depois pela Software AG Portugal, como diretora de Marketing e Parceiros.
Isabel Reis tem larga experiência e sucesso reconhecido em várias distinções como gestora de equipas. “O país precisa de pessoas e ideias inovadoras e arrojadas, que criem novas oportunidades, contribuam para a notoriedade do país e gerem emprego”.

Agenda

17h00 Acreditação & Networking
17h30 Abertura
17h40 Debate
xxxxxxxxDavid Correia, Enterprise Relationship Manager no LinkedIn
xxxxxxxxIsabel Reis, Country Manager da EMC Portugal
xxxxxxxx(Último orador a confirmar em breve)
19h00 Sessão de Q&A
19h45 Conclusão

 

Contamos consigo! Inscreva-se já em www.cionet.com ou contacte ines.gomes@cionet.com. Até breve!

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Oct
16

“I don’t see the difference between my bank and all the others.”

71% would rather go to the dentist than listen to what banks are saying!

The financial industry cannot remain indifferent to these numbers and should question value chain, business models, products, etc. to align them with the needs of the customers.

Check out this incredible study conducted during 3 years with more than 10.000 respondents. Click here!

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The financial industry cannot remain indifferent to these numbers and should question value chain, business models, products, etc. to align them with the needs of the customers.

“Adapt or die” is one of the basic survival rules. Darwin called it Natural Selection, now we call it Digital Era, but in both cases evolutionary changes in the individual give him an extra survival probability.

The Digital Era, in which the Internet is an inescapable reality, has been the cause of significant disruptions in a number of industries. Banking is no exception. Millennials prove daily to be ready to give up the stability and security of the traditional sector for availability, speed and simplicity.

If banking is able to adapt, it will certainly be an indispensable partner for the Millennials generations. But if instead it chooses an “ostrich policy” banking will be at serious risk of losing most of its value.

Oct
14

Check out some pictures of Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs Summit. Thank you all for your participation. We are expecting you on our next initiatives!

Oct
14

October 3rd 2014, Lisbon

Click here: DURÃO BARROSO SPEECH @ Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs Summit

The President of the European Commission, José Manuel Durão Barroso, addressed the opening session of the Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs in Portugal, an initiative launched by CIONET and key Portuguese stakeholders. This summit intended to generate synergies and steer joint efforts to revolutionise the employment and investment in the Information and Communication Technology sector in Portugal.

The Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs is a European wide initiative launched by the European Commission in March 2013. The Commission is leading a partnership with multiple stakeholders to address the lack of skills in Europe and 900.000 unfilled vacancies in ICT. The European Commission has supported the initiative from the start, given its impact in promoting job creation in particular youth employment. Throughout the European Union several business leaders have joined the Grand Coalition and defended the Davos Declaration for the Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs.

This Summit recommended action plans in four areas, considering three main lines of action: retaining talent in the technology sector, re-skilling and updating skills among the Portuguese talent, and attracting digital job “generators” for Portugal. Ultimately, CIONET intends to update the national institutions to digital initiatives needs for employment and to develop and share best practice in re-skilling and retaining talent, establishing short and medium-term goals for concrete results.

Oct
14

October 3rd, Lisbon

Frits Bussemaker, CIONET Liaison European Relations, opened the Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs Summit in Lisbon – Portugal. This initiative had the presence and intervention of Durão Barroso, President of the European Commission, and over 100 different national and multinational organizations discussing action plans for improving employment and investment on ICT in the country.

FRITS BUSSEMAKER SPEECH @ Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs Summit

Oct
09

CIONET Portugal, in collaboration with key national partners on IT sector, held last Friday the Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs Summit where more than one hundred organizations got involved in the debate and development of specific measures and action plans for revolutionizing the employment and investment  in ICT in Portugal.

Rui Serapicos, Managing Partner of CIONET Portugal; Raquel Duarte Costa, team member; Durão Barroso, President of European Commission; Frits Bussemaker, Liaison European Relations at CIONET; Catarina Moreira, team member; Inês Gomes, Partner & Event Manager at CIONET Portugal; Andreia Silva, Content & Community Manager at CIONET Portugal

Rui Serapicos, Managing Partner of CIONET Portugal; Raquel Duarte Costa, team member; Durão Barroso, President of European Commission; Frits Bussemaker, Liaison European Relations at CIONET; Catarina Moreira, team member; Inês Gomes, Partner & Event Manager at CIONET Portugal; Andreia Silva, Content & Community Manager at CIONET Portugal

 

CIONET Portugal held on October 3rd the Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs Summit, an initiative to aware the community of the challenges that companies and professionals on information and communication technology sector are facing today and of the opportunities of value creation that today are not yet fully harnessed.

The Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs is a European wide initiative launched by the European Commission in March 2013. The Commission is leading a partnership with multiple stakeholders to address the lack of skills in Europe and hundreds of thousands of unfilled vacancies in ICT. Throughout the European Union several business leaders have joined the Grand Coalition and defended the Davos Declaration for the Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs.

CIONET Portugal, in collaboration with APDC, APDSI, FCT, FPC, ISACA, PBS, TICE.PT and UCP, gave a step forward towards the creation of a National Coalition on a summit with three main guidelines: retaining talent in the technology sector, re-skilling and updating skills among the Portuguese talent, and attracting digital job “generators” for Portugal. For the first time in the country this topics joined together over 100 organizations and gained consistency in the voices of 40 professionals and business leaders from some of the most reputable companies and institutions in the country.

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Oct
07

The founder of CIONET, Hendrik Deckers, recently held an interview with world-renowned ICT visionary Stephen Ibaraki for IT World Canada (part of IDG).CIOCITYday1

In this interview, Hendrik develops his views on topics such as the key challenges for IT departments in the near future, how IT leaders need to adapt in order to face them,  as well as other developments shaping the IT environment today.

Some of the most inspirational quotes from the interview:

  • IT and especially IT Governance are too important for the IT department only (to handle)
  • Each year we will see new market developments, and CIO’s need to adapt their strategies constantly to them
  • The number one challenge for every CIO is digital business transformation

Hendrik also shed his light on the developments of CIONET, the single biggest community for CIO’s: “Further out our goal is really to establish in every major European and South American country. (To be established as the most valuable community for IT executives where the CIOs and digital leaders turn for support are known as professionals in their challenging jobs)”

…to end with a personal learning from his decades of experienced entrepreneur: “Always continue to innovate and recreate yourself!

You can read the full interview on the Technet blog or listen to the podcast of the interview.

Sep
23

For the third year in a row, CIONET was invited by the Chinese outsourcing and technology company Datong to attend the Outsourcing forum in Jilin, China. This conference gathered Chinese and Japanese partners to discuss the opportunity of the outsourcing business in the beautiful province of Jilin.

Hendrik Deckers, Managing Director of CIONET gave a presentation on the general IT trends in Europe, based on our yearly survey in collaboration with Business & IT Trend Institute. In a second CIONET presentation, Frederic De Meyer zoomed in on the drivers and inhibitors of IT Services Outsourcing , as well as the major new 123-212developments in outsourcing in the European market. Both presentations can be found on Slideshare.

During the numerous discussions we had at the event we experienced a genuine interest in the activities of our CIONET community, and even a readiness to emulate our community. The president of Datong Inc., mister Li Nianfu, showed great interest in building a similar community in his province, so who know maybe soon CIONET will have a brother community in Jilin… Given the importance of China for every business, strengthening our relationships with Chinese CIO’s would certainly benefit our CIONET members as well.

While in Beijing in the first days of our journey we had a meeting with Camille Zheng and Forrest Lin from the Chinese Institute of Electronics, who are actually building the first Chinese 031-155CIO Alliance, presided by mister Xu Xiaolan. This C-CIO absorbs some 31 local economic and information committees, and over 100 enterprises.  C-CIO’s mission is to help CIO’s achieve their full potential (does this sound familiar?) through conferences, publications, research, consultancy and –of course- extensive networking among CIO’s.

C-CIO also organises the World CIO Forum, which was held for the first time in 2011 in Shenzhen, which attracted around 1000 top IT executives worldwide. This year’s WCF will be held in Xi’an early November. The forum will cover some vital subjects such as mobile innovation, green IT, Cloud Computing and CIO leadership. Of course CIONET will support this event, so stay tuned for more information in our next newsletter!

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Sep
22

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El Club del Talento nació con un objetivo claro: formar en nuevas tecnologías y encontrar empleo a 15 mujeres para paliar la brecha entre hombres y mujeres en el sector TIC. Según datos de la Comisión Europea, sólo el 30% de los profesionales de este sector son mujeres, y sólo un 19,2% de los trabajadores tienen una mujer frente al 45,2% de otros sectores.
Club del Talento quiere demostrar a las mujeres que ellas también pueden triunfar en el mundo de las nuevas tecnologías que, también según la Comisión Europea, creará más de 860.000 vacantes profesionales en Europa para 2015.
CIONET es una de las asociaciones que conforman en Club del Talento; y como director general de CIONET soy el portavoz de nuestra red para la iniciativa del Club del Talento. Os invito a leer esta entrevista en la revista SmarCIO que espero que sea de vuestro interés.

Sep
21

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Num contexto em que a importância das TIC é cada vez maior para o desenvolvimento da competitividade e da inovação, mesmo em negócios que até há pouco tempo eram considerados não tecnológicos, e em que há atualmente um gap entre a procura e a oferta de competências nas áreas das tecnologias de informação a nível Europeu, é fundamental alterar o contexto em que estes temas têm vindo a ser entendidos. Em Portugal, a situação é porventura mais grave na medida em que existe um elevado desemprego global, e em particular nos jovens, e, apesar disso, continua a aumentar a falta de competências no setor das TIC. 

O Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs Summit junta nomes como HP Portugal, IAPMEI, ESPAP, Banco BIC, Instituto Superior Técnico, ES Tech Ventures, Anacom, Deloitte, Ericson, OutSystems e Ynvisible com o objetivo de debater políticas concretas e recomendar planos de ação para três iniciativas: a retenção de recursos humanos no sector das tecnologias, a requalificação do talento português ou a atualização das suas competências, e a atração de “geradores” de emprego digital para o nosso país.

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Sep
15

 

Am 20. Oktober 2014 ab 17:00 Uhr geht CIONET regional Bayern in die zweite Runde. CIOs und IT-Leiter/Leiterinnen tauschen sich in München in vertraulicher Runde über Wege zum erfolgreichen Projekt Portfolio Management aus.

CIONET, regional, Bayern, MünchenAnfang Juli 2014 haben wir in Deutschland mit CIONET regional ein neues Veranstaltungsformat aus der Taufe gehoben. Auslöser dafür war der Wunsch unserer Mitglieder – CIOs und IT Entscheider aus der Privatwirtschaft und dem öffentlichen Dienst – nach kürzeren Wegen und stärkerer regionaler Vernetzung. Die Premiere fand am 02. Juli 2014 standesgemäß bei der Bavaria Film GmbH in München statt.

Am 20. Oktober 2014 geht CIONET regional Bayern in die zweite Runde. Von 17:00 bis 19:00 Uhr diskutieren wir in München das Thema:

Erfolgreiches Projekt Portfolio Management

Unser Gastgeber ist Herr Weinrauch, CIO des ADAC e.V.

Interesse aber noch kein CIONET Mitglied? Dann nutzen Sie die Chance, uns am 20. Oktober persönlich kennenzulernen:

Zur Teilnahme klicken 

“Erfolgreiches Projekt Portfolio Management” ist eines von vielen Themen, die von den Teilnehmern des ersten CIONET regional Treffens vorgeschlagen wurden. Nach und nach werden wir alle Themenvorschläge bei unterschiedlichen Gastgebern aufgreifen. So garantieren wir eine Veranstaltungsreihe, die sich ausschließlich an den Bedürfnissen der Teilnehmer orientiert.

Premierenteilnehmer bei CIONET regional Bayern

Wenn Sie also Themen haben, die Ihnen unter den Nägeln brennen und zu denen Sie sich gerne mit Kollegen und Kolleginnen aus der Region austauschen würden, melden Sie sich bei uns. Gestalten Sie CIONET regional in Deutschland mit.

Sep
12


Wat is het ’kroonjuweel van Walmart?’ Bestaat privacy nog wel? En wat heeft het mixen van drankjes in hemelsnaam met big data te maken?

Het is duidelijk: diversiteit stond centraal tijdens de inspiratiesessie van CIONET over co-creatie in big data, op 10 september bij het hoofdkantoor van SAS Nederland in Huizen. En dat is hard nodig, want er is veel behoefte aan concrete voorbeelden en context.

Na een warm welkom in het SAS-gebouw, het prachtige landgoed Oud Bussem, werd die context meteen duidelijk.

Mark van Rijmenam, founder en CEO van BigData-Startups.com zette de kleine 40 aanwezigen namelijk meteen aan het nadenken over hun plek in het big data landschap. Volgens de Gartner hype cycle zit big data pas in de fase van desillusie. ’Het duurt nog wel 5 tot 10 jaar voordat big data is geadopteerd.’
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