The CIO of 2020: The Future of the Chief Information Officer

What will the role of the CIO look like in 2020? Paul Muller, VP of strategic marketing at HP Software, explains how Big Data, Security and IT Management will shape the way Chief Information Officers make decisions in the future.

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  1. Marshall Barnes on November 13, 2013 at 8:27 pm

    Without having read it I already know that it will be spent explaining that his “CIO” title means Chief Information Officer and not Chief Innovation Officer, only because the “thought leaders” weren’t thinking enough to invent a new moniker like ICO for Innovation Chief Officer, which came later.

    Yep. Just another indication that the term “innovation” at times has about as much validity as trying to do law enforcement with a badge out of a box of Cracker Jacks…

    Oh, but all jokes aside, I see a number of flaws in his thinking, especially not taking into account the role that disruptive concepts could play in some of his projections.

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