CIOs will spend 2024 tracking the leaps of generative AI and its impact on operations, looking to the technology to help boost productivity while they keep IT spending in check and tech vacancies filled.
In other words, a busy year lies ahead.
CIO Dive spoke with more than a dozen executives, analysts and experts to gather the most pressing matters for modern business technology executives. Clear themes emerged across technology categories: it’s the year generative AI promises will need to come to fruition, putting additional pressure on cloud adoption and talent sourcing.
FinOps, the pratice of keeping cloud costs in check, will stay top of mind as more workloads spin up in support of the new technology. And the need for workers will shift, adjusting to priority innovation initiatives while keeping the classic technology systems operating smoothly.
Here’s what CIOs need to know as 2024 rolls forward: