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The strange life, death and rebirth of the CIO and what it means for the future of IT

“Successive waves of change have undermined the old certainties for the CIO over the last few years. First outsourcing and offshoring, then cloud and now the emergence of consumer smartphones, tablets, and the resulting bring-own-device (BYOD) phenomenon, are forcing organisations to reassess why — and how — they acquire and manage their IT infrastructure, and the role played in that process by the CIO.” [1]

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