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Why CIOs should become chief integration officers in 2015


"Chief information officers should become chief integration officers if they want to stay relevant in 2015.

CIOs have the opportunity to be the driving force for strategic projects, as companies invest in digital, analytic and cloud technologies across their organisations.

But IT leaders risk being relegated to a 'care and feeding' role if they do not take the initiative, according to business advisory firm Deloitte.

CIOs are uniquely positioned to balance the potential of emerging technologies with the complexity and risks they incur, said David Tansley, technology partner at Deloitte.

‘We need to recognise the CIO as the linchpin, capable of understanding the complex information flows, from business to customers, consumers and suppliers,’ he said in an interview with Computer Weekly.”


NCC Weekly News Update 26 March 2015



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