IT for Business – Le Magazine n°2272, May 2022

Contents of IT for Business 2272 > Dossier: New networks for new applications / Survey: Recruitment, new ways to deal with the shortage / Interview: Frédéric Tran Kiem, RATP Group / Portrait: Axel Jacquet, DSI des Apprentis d’Auteuil / Analysis: texts and labels for sovereign Europeans…

Buoyed by a pandemic crisis that has often turned him into a hero, today the CIO is at the forefront on all fronts.

As Europe clarifies its Digital Services Act and celebrates four years of GDPR implementation, the DSI is increasingly the one giving soul to the necessary data governance within its business.

Similarly, while the job market has rarely been so tense and complex with talents with new requirements, the CIO is also at the center of HR issues (our survey of the month returns to new ways to tackle the talent shortage) and the core of QVT and CSR issues (cf. our legal column of the month and the Green IT file of No. 2271).

It is also on him that the company’s technological vision is based, which makes Yves Bernaert, CEO of Accenture Technology Europe, say that ” a CIO today is someone who could be CEO in five years. Because now all business is a technology company. If you want to run a successful business, you need to understand technology.“. From a technological vision it is also a question of our file of the monthdedicated to a difficult but strategic topic: new networks, for new applications

Without forgetting that the CIO has also been at the heart of transformation issues for several years now. Witness, once again, the Director of Digital, IS and Innovation of the RATP Group, Frederic Tran Kiem who returns, in our interview of the monthabout the pharaonic projects of a public service that manages more than 16 million rides every day!
Suffice it to say that DSI’s vocation today requires a total and multidisciplinary commitment where people, business and technology are cleverly intertwined, as evidenced by our photo of the month, Axel JacquetCIO of Apprentis d’Auteuil.

Of course, in this issue you will also find DSI’s feedback on important projects such as metaverses (at Veepee), the date (at E.Leclerc), logistics (with the bold choices of Duracell), the digitization of HR (through the ambitious project of square), Low-Code development (at theFrench blood establishment), agile development and the SAFe approach (at aggregation).

And you will also discover the inspiring innovations of young French shoots such as NukkaAI (and its explainable AI), harmony (and his approach to emotional intelligence), Milvue (and its medical AI).

Welcome to the detailed summary ofIT for Business No. 2272…


“Pharaonic projects with a very high digital complexity”
Interview with Frederic Tran Kiemdirector digital, IS and innovation at RATP group


New networks for new applications

5GWHERE Swiss knife connectivity
– From trade to forces extended thanks to SD-WAN
Of the satellites to connect land, air and sea
– L’internet of things at the time of choice


Recruitment: new ways to deal with the shortage


Axel Jacquet, CIO of Apprentis d’Auteuil
“The power of effort irrigates the DSI”


Veepee brings its entities together in a metaverse
E.Leclerc centralizes the data of a million products on Alkemics
Duracell be rebuild logistics world
square consolidates being HRIS
aggregation electrifies its developments with SAFE
– L’DFS test the approach in Brittany low code resilient


Accenture believes in metaverse and let us know
– Of the lyrics and labels act asSovereign Europeans
– The strategy ” every cloud » publishers not not only happy


“Adapting recruitment to the expectations of Generation Z”


CIOs advocated a growing role in hiring processes


You too, my son, you will be a startup!


– Of the Keys bet one Responsible AI
Transatlantic Agreement on the dates: rather no deal than a bad deal!
– The developers and the technology to the aid of GDPR


NukkaAI explains AI thanks to bridge
harmony strengthens emotional intelligence teams
Milvue comes to the rescueradiologiststhanks to’AI


Pay for a subcutaneous implant?

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