Does your company have a lot of tech-related decisions to make in 2024?
I'm guessing most finance chiefs would rather curl up with a good book over the holidays than read stories that will remind them of their work responsibilities. If that’s you, no sweat. This page will be wating for you here in January.
But as your organization makes whatever important technology choices and investments are on the agenda for 2024, our coverage of artificial intelligence, automation, cybersecurity, and data reliability in 2023 (see stories below) offers some wise counsel. These posts represent some of the best tech-related advice, trend-spotting, and intelligence CFO provided finance executives in 2023.
When used responsibly, finance leaders can utilize the AI chatbot to enhance decision-making, improve operational efficiencies, and drive business growth.
Leeny Oberg, CFO of Marriott, and Gary Millerchip, CFO of Kroger, describe the technology investments that will change their companies’ futures.
Finance leaders are more likely to be watching and learning about AI tools versus implementing them, according to Gartner.
A new SEC rule requires public companies to disclose a cybersecurity event’s material impacts but not the technical details.
By implementing these strategies, CFOs can ensure every SaaS investment contributes meaningfully to the company’s top and bottom lines.
Advancements in biometric technology may make the username and password login system users have become accustomed to obsolete.
Data is fueling the emerging artificial intelligence age — build the right data infrastructure and you will move forward much faster.
Most finance teams are aware of poor data quality but still use it to make decisions.
The blockchain payments provider’s finance chief discusses artificial intelligence’s impact within the blockchain industry.
Understanding “the different facets of cybersecurity as an enterprise risk” and “cyber-threat actors and strategies” is now required knowledge.