IT Pro Live: Business as unusual
Box CIO Paul Chapman explains where, when, and how work is changing
In 2020, the COVID-19 crisis has propelled many of us into the world's largest 'WFH experiment', testing previously unconsidered ways of working that will have profound implications for how we do business for generations to come. Drawing on exclusive data, Paul Chapman, Box's CIO of Technology and Trust, explores the immediate impact of the crisis on how companies are getting work done, how we return to 'business as unusual' and what the long-term impact will be, and how IT leaders can lead the way in building a strategy and technology platform to prepare teams and organizations for this new way of working.
Global CIO, Box
Paul Chapman is the Global Chief Information Officer at Box, where he is responsible for leading the company’s global information technology strategy, cyber risk and compliance practices and customer advocacy. His mandate includesthe development and delivery of key technology initiatives to support the company’s growing workforce and customer base, cyber risk programs for business and product security operations, product security assurance, physicalsecurity and compliance.Prior to Box, Paul was the CIO of HP Software for HP, where he led the IT organization and supported the development and delivery of IT solutions. Chapman also served as Vice President of Global Infrastructure and Cloud Operations and Vice President of Enterprise Applications at VMware.He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Filton Tech in the United Kingdom.