The Path toward Becoming a CIO: The CIO’s cheat sheet

Today, CIOs are viewed as key contributors to formulating organizational goals and their main responsibilities are to work with the other C-level executives and technology departments to create the best technology game plan for the business. However, the rise of technologies including Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing, and big data analytics brings new challenges and responsibilities for CIOs. Ness CTO’s quote on CIOs’ changing responsibilities has been featured in TechRepublic.

“These new responsibilities include re-evaluating the organization’s cloud strategy, investing in updating legacy systems, re-evaluating analytics strategies, investing in improving the quality of data, and considering GDPR and other data privacy regulations,” says Moshe Kranc, CTO of Ness Digital Engineering.

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