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What are CIOs wishing for this Christmas?

Rebecca Merrett | Dec. 21, 2012
It’s that time of year again for every CIO to reflect and think about what they want for the coming year ahead. No, this doesn't have to involve gadgets or really, really cool technology. Instead, it’s a much broader wishlist that looks at some of the common challenges facing the modern CIO.

The CIO Executive Council's Strategic Partner Index found that of 279 CIOs who provided 743 evaluations of vendors, less than half (46 per cent) perceived their vendors as being truly strategic partners.

Dealing with the feeling that CIO means career is over

The idea of the CIO role dying is far from reality as it is more relevant and crucial to this digital age more so than ever. However, that doesn't mean at times CIOs can't help but to feel that if they don't get on board with the business, they'll soon be obsolete.

CIOs wish that they will become that business-IT leader and drive initiatives that create value for their organisations.


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