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Chief Information Officers (CIOs)

Creating value that drives business success

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You have a seat at the strategy table. You are examining the intersection of technology and business from every angle. Creating value; sustaining infrastructure; propelling growth; managing risks and yes, cutting costs all with a singular purpose: to deliver — and be recognised for delivering — greater IT value that drives business success.

As companies expect technology leaders to accomplish more with less, today’s Chief Information Officers (CIOs) must be business leaders, not just tech leaders, and be able to translate technology issues and opportunities into meaningful business results.

Through a series of informational events, Global thought leadership, our website and an interactive social networking site Deloitte offers insights to the business issues and challenges of information and technology as they arise for the Australian CIO.

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