Future Role of CIOs

Chopra, Anil
May 2013
PC Quest;May2013, p8
The article offers insight on the role of chief information officers (CIOs) in the future in the information technology industry. It contends that CIOs' future role in the industry depends on their present role. It points out the significance of technology that it needs to be in line with business goals. It expects CIO to expose this value through strategic technology and guide the organization by its implementation.


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