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Week In Review | Nov. 3, 2023

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TNCR Staff

5. Microsoft Bets Big on AI Copilot, But Productivity Gains Carry a Premium Price Tag

Microsoft is positioning its new AI Copilot assistant as a potential game-changer for enterprise productivity. Integrated into Microsoft 365, Copilot aims to streamline tasks like summarizing meetings, drafting emails, and converting documents. But its $30 per user monthly fee gives some CIOs pause.

4. CISOs Face Cutbacks Amid Rising Threats

In an era marked by increasing digital threats and vulnerabilities, one would expect a surge in investments and hiring in the cybersecurity sector. However, the recently released ISC2 Cybersecurity Workforce Study paints a different picture.

3. CIOs Pursue New Ways to Fill Critical Tech Roles as Market Slows

It might be an employersโ€™ market, but companies are finding it difficult to fill talent gaps for critical technology roles, executives said at a recent CIO Professional Network roundtable.

2. CIO Insight: Q4 Economic Outlook โ€“ Revenue and Hiring

Our latest survey results, jointly presented by the patrons of The National CIO Review and members of the CIO Professional Network, offer a nuanced look at how CIOsโ€™ expectations have evolved over the past year.

1. Feds Take Unprecedented Action Against CISO in SolarWinds Case

In a move that has caught the attention of the tech industry, regulatory bodies, and investors alike, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has announced charges against Timothy G. Brown, the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) of Austin, Texas-based software company SolarWinds.

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