Status Go: The Future of Work

Episode 27: The Future of Work

There is a massive shift underway as it pertains to how organizations work and think about work. Work itself, the workforce and the workplace are all evolving rapidly.  Because “technology and culture are inextricably linked” as our guest, Paul Chapman, CIO of Box, points out, the IT organization and IT leaders are crucial to the architecture and implementation of these changes.  Paul sits down with Jeff Ton, SVP of Product Development and Strategic Alliances, to share his experiences with creating a modern workplace or “taking the work out of work,” how he has fostered an ecosystem of partners and the ways he believes the role of CIO will shift in the next 3 to 5 years.

Paul Chapman is Chief Information Officer at Box, where he is responsible for leading the company’s global information technology strategy and cyber risk practice to deliver a trust to customers. Responsibilities include the development and delivery of key IT initiatives to support the company’s growing workforce and customer base as well as cyber risk programs including business and product security operations and product security engineering.

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.

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