Information technology is playing an increasingly significant role in determining how companies interact with customers, prospects, partners and suppliers—and how firms function internally. This trend will only accelerate as new tools become crucial in binding a company’s products, services, and operations together into a functional whole. This makes the role of the chief information officer (CIO) more strategic than ever.
The Strategic CIO: Risks, Opportunities and Outcomes, an Economist Intelligence Unit report sponsored by EMC, explores what it means to operate, innovate, and introduce emerging technologies as a strategic CIO and offers advice to CIOs still making the transition to a more strategic role.
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