The CIO’s mission
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In my other posts, I’ve mentioned how we companies are forced to “make more out of less”. Without a doubt, new technologies play a key role in all this.
It’s the CIO’s mission to propose the most suitable technologies for an increasingly global business, where compatibility and interpolarity (or the capacity for integration) are a fundamental part of companies’ growth, development and continuity.
The CIO as an promoter and facilitator needs to be alway prepared for the countless opportunities that arise each day and take advantage of them to break molds and cultural barriers, proposing solutions based on “cloud computing”, providing greater flexibility and efficiency in economic resources and structure.
What are the advantages of “cloud computing”?
CIOs need to leave their “comfort zones” behind and take risks for the good of the business, adopting more innovative solutions that lighten the structure, easing costs and rollout times in projects. Without a doubt, this enables CIOs to grow and provide better business focus in their area.
IT areas need to become a keystone in the company’s development, with “project leader” profiles that provide creative and innovative solutions that are sustainable over time.
Sincerely, I believe it’s a moment for opportunity for everyone, especially for CIOs, provided their priority is focused on the business and helping to generate income.