Sunday July 12, 2020

Speeding along the changes

Karen Forte, chief information officer at Allianz Ireland, has seen the development of IT from simple office automation to today’s cloud and AI-centric world. Staying on top of both the trends and the core technology is key to a successful career in technology, she tells Jason Walsh

2nd July, 2017
Karen Forte, chief information officer at Allianz Ireland

Twice in the last two decades the technology world has lost its head with a relentless focus on startups, often with questionable business models, but the backbone of technology remains. That is not to say it never changes; it does, and frequently, with technologies and techniques superseded.

Karen Forte, chief information officer at Allianz Ireland, has seen these changes, with a background that goes back to before information technology was recognised as a discipline and...

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