Gigabit magazine - March issue now available!

By Jonathan Dyble
The March 2018 issue of Gigabit magazineis now live! It’s a bumper edition of Gigabit this month, packed to bursting with exclusive insight from some...

The March 2018 issue of Gigabit magazine is now live!

It’s a bumper edition of Gigabit this month, packed to bursting with exclusive insight from some of the world’s most successful technology leaders.

Bouke Hoving is CIO of the Year, deservedly. In overseeing digital transformation at Dutch telecoms giant KPN he has set standards to which many will aspire. We travelled to Amsterdam for this month’s cover feature, where we dug in on the methodologies and strategies powering Bouke and his team to success.

Meanwhile in Toronto, we ascended to the top floor of Great-West Lifeco’s historic Canada Life building – an iconic landmark whose venerable exterior belies the buzz of technological change within. Philip Armstrong, an expat Brit, is Global CIO and he is leading a technology-driven revolution at Canada’s preeminent financial services giant.

And in Singapore we meet two of the people busily redefining manufacturing and supply chains with the creation of the Conscious Factory. They are leading the digital transformation of Nokia’s manufacturing processes globally, and the scale of their rapidly realising vision could change the way we think about production for good.

Read (and watch) all that plus much, much more in the pages that follow, and be sure to join the conversation in Gigabit's Linkedin group, or follow us on Twitter and Facebook

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