Managing Data Centre Assets: A Challenge for CIOs and CFOs alike!

Mehta, Peter
September 2010
Credit Control;2010, Vol. 31 Issue 5/6, p70
Trade Publication
The article discusses the challenge to chief information officers (CIOs) and chief financial officers (CEOs) in managing technology infrastructure and data center assets. It notes that international financial regulators have set high compliance standards for accurate accounting reports. It stresses the importance of automation in underlying assets to ensure accurate accounting of all meta data components while advancing financial services with competitive advantage.


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