Bridging the CIO/CTO gap

Kuhl, Craig
August 2009
CED;Aug2009, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p29
Trade Publication
The article discusses the importance of chief information officer (CIO), chief technology officer (CTO) and open source software (OSS)/Business Support Systems (BSS) in information technology industry. According to Sanjay Mewada of NetCracker Technology, the success of the business will only come within the collaboration between the OSS/BSS and network operations disciplines. He suggests that strong leadership and management must be in place for the purpose.


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