IN THEIR WORDS…: CIOs Love/Hate Relationship with Technology

Emmer, Rita
October 2007
Hospitality Upgrade;Fall2007, p52
Trade Publication
The article presents the several perspectives of chief information officer (CIO) on personal technologies and their innovative ideas. These technologies include personal digital assistants (PDA), cellular phones, laptops and emerging technologies. It indicated that most of the CIO have a love and hate relationships with the technology. Some have asserted that it could not do what they want, while others expressed their desire to more readily embrace on these technologies.


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