Digital Advisory Board “Future Ready”
The coronavirus pandemic is more global, dramatic, and unusual than any crisis we’ve seen in a long time. We may be at the end of the first pandemic wave, but we are just at the beginning of the journey to a new normal.
That is why it is ever so important in this period of recovery and rebuild, to share the experiences, the challenges and concerns, understand which technologies and concepts can enable us and learn from our collective perspectives. That is the main purpose of the Digital Advisory Board.
Please take our survey
We are delighted that you have accepted your personal invitation to our Digital Advisory Board. This will enable us to share experiences, challenges and issues and to learn from each other in this period of recovery and rebuilding.
In order to optimize our time together we would appreciate it if you could complete this short survey in advance of the 10th July.
Detail with regards to the survey:
- Data will be used and analysed on an aggregated basis. No individual responses will be published.
- The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete.
- Please answer as many questions as possible. If you feel a question is not relevant or requests information that you do not wish to disclose, please leave it blank.
If you have any questions, please contact us via email@example.com
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CIO, Akzo Nobel
Chief Information Technology & Digital Transformation Officer, Bayer
CIO Germany, HSBC
Chief digitalization officer for Siemens Mobility Division
CIO, Swire Coca-Cola
Director for Digital Services, European Commission
CIO at Siemens AG
Group CIO, SNCF
Group Chief Innovation & Information Officer, Acea
Marco Barra Caracciolo
Chief Operating Officer, NS&I
CIO North America, Chubb Corporation
CIO, Coca-Cola Hellenic (CCH)
SVP & Group CIO, Allstate
CIO, West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust
Dr. Stefan Henkel
Head of IT (CIO) at Siemens Healthineers
Group CIO & Digital, Unternehmensgruppe Theo Müller
Ton van der Linden
Tonio di Stefano
Head of Healthcare & Life Sciences and Head of Unified Communications & Collaboration, Atos
Head of Public Sector & Defense and Head of Big Data & Cybersecurity
Head of Telecom, Media & Technology and Head of Southern Europe
Giuseppe Di Franco
Head of Resources & Services
As we journey toward 2024, we expect that the impacts of deploying digital technologies will become less predictable and manageable. Significant and disruptive advances in technology areas such as artificial intelligence (AI), quantum computing and the Internet of Things (IoT), together with wider societal and environmental shifts, will lead to a variety of disruptions that we refer to as Cusps and Event Horizons. These have the potential to derail even the most established business models and ways of living.
At Atos, our mission is to help design the future of the information technology space. Our expertise and services support the development of knowledge, education as well as multicultural and pluralistic approaches to research that contribute to scientific and technological excellence. Across the world, we enable our customers, employees and collaborators, and members of societies at large to live, work and develop sustainably and confidently in the information technology space.
This report anticipates what the world will look like after the COVID-19 crisis, since some deep and long-lasting changes are expected as we approach a “new normal”. It is the result of work by experts from our Atos Scientific Community, who have been actively analyzing the topic since the early days of the crisis.