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CIOs and the New Style of IT

World-in-a-mobile-642x301.jpgOne of the current challenges for IT is the transition from managing the systems of record to being used for systems of engagement that are often controlled by other business areas. As Helen Beckett, Community Manager of the Business Value Exchange site, explains in her recent CIO Summit report, “An average of 40% of IT spend is being managed outside the IT organization”. Helen sums up big market drivers that are affecting IT, with demographic drivers and mobility being catalysts for the shift toward systems of engagement.

 

How is your IT organization preparing for this shift?

 

You can read more of Helen’s report here

 

Meg-Whitman-582x301.jpgOn the Business Value Exchange, a strand of discussion that is pretty much constant is how the new computing model creates business opportunity and a new role for the CIO. At the CIO Summit on December 10 in Barcelona, HP’s CEO took some of those questions directly from a group of 130 CIOs.

 

Here are her answers

 

 

About the Business Value Exchange

The Business Value Exchange is an editorial website that focuses on presenting different perspectives on challenges faced by senior business and IT leaders, to help them drive more successful business outcomes. Specifically, the site aims to foster discussion and idea exchange around the topics of how IT enables business initiatives like Employee Empowerment, Customer Experience, Citizens Engagement, Business Innovation and Mergers & Acquisitions.

 

The site is produced by editorial professionals at IDG, in collaboration with HP Enterprise Services.

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