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Where is your Data? CIO as Cloud Integration Officer
CIOs of the future must hold many key skills.
- Understand technology – cloud-based, new startups, disruptive technologies
- Knowledge of applications – what applications are best in class to address a given need
- Knowledge of services – the delivery model of how these services reach your users has changed forever
- Be a strong listener and learner of what’s going on vs. burying your head in the sand and living in the 70s or 80s
You also need to have a strong business mind and a business orientation to understand:
- The needs of the business.
- The timing required to deliver the service or solution.
That all comes from understanding the business itself. You need to know what’s important and what isn’t. Think like an investor. Where would you put your money?