Are IT Leaders Just Too Busy for Innovation?
August 2, 2012 Editor 0
Chief information officers understand how important innovation is to survive and thrive in today’s hyper-competitive global economy. And they understand that IT is the key to new innovation. Yet, they often are too saddled down with maintenance and upkeep to really give it their all. That’s one of the takeways of a recent CIO panel hosted by CA Technologies, which tackled the issue of IT’s role in corporate innovation.
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