5 Tools CIOs Must Embrace in 2010
As a Chief Information Officer (CIO) and advisor to business and jurisdictional leadership I am quite familiar with the “go slow” approach CIOs take with rapidly changing technologies. There are numerous reasons for this chosen pace. CIOs do not want to be seen as chasing the next hyped technology and therefore become out of alignment with the business unit. CIOs prefer to have others dull the bleeding edge of new technology adoption preferring to wait and see that bugs are remediated and the hardware or software are more aggressively and broadly tested and deployed. CIOs are continually managing down the portfolio of applications, hardware and connections as more is simply more points of failure. The challenge is that all this caution can produce a great deal of drag on the organization, and time or technology waits for no one. To meet these challenges, I outline five tools CIOs must not only become comfortable with, but truly embrace in 2010.
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