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10/22/2012 | 10:48:37 PM
re: The Great CIO Debate
The ability to embrace change in a transforming tech landscape will be a key characteristic of tomorrowG«÷s successful technology leaders. Due to the emerging presence of the cloud and the frictionless way in which cloud services are G«£shopped and consumedG«• by the business, CIOs and IT management have been forced to take on relationship-broker and service-manager roles instead of traditional implementer roles. To establish a lasting place in tomorrowG«÷s world, CIOs and executives will need to embrace and adapt to a growing set of challenges.

Paul French, VP, Product & Solutions Marketing, Axway


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