"It's a rough time to be a CIO," notes Kris Blackmon
in Channel Futures.
"It feels like yesterday when chief information officers just needed to make sure their companies' networks were up and running, users' PCs were set up properly, and no one was having an Office Space moment on the company printer. Today, CIOs touch way more than just IT infrastructure. As every industry and line of business increasingly runs on technology solutions, overworked - and overwhelmed - CIOs suddenly find themselves with their fingers in all the corporate pies, from marketing to supply chain to accounts payable and more..."
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