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CIO Strategy: 5 Ways To Transform Your 2013
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cbabcock
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12/5/2012 | 2:23:14 AM
re: CIO Strategy: 5 Ways To Transform Your 2013
Some do practice it -- Richard Thomas at Quintiles or Tom Conophy at InterContinental Hotels. Anyone trying to must escape the grasp of legacy systems and get to a more simplified infrastructure, so they don't spend all your time patching creaky systems. Charlie Babcock
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12/4/2012 | 5:53:21 PM
re: CIO Strategy: 5 Ways To Transform Your 2013
That's a good point. No credibility without results.
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12/4/2012 | 5:49:56 PM
re: CIO Strategy: 5 Ways To Transform Your 2013
CIOs as technology hubs versus technology hoarders. Well said! CIOs must become influencers whose expertise is sought after by business service consumers who are otherwise only a click away from making independent technology decisions that may or may not be optimal for the enterprise.
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12/4/2012 | 3:56:42 PM
re: CIO Strategy: 5 Ways To Transform Your 2013
Do you think the current generation of CIOs can adapt and take on these roles, or will it require a new breed with a different kind of background, training, experience to approach the job this way?


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