Harnessing Business-Led IT

Harnessing Business-Led IT

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In most modern economies, information technology investments dwarf those in plant, equipment, buildings, and other corporate assets. For decades, IT investments have been managed by Corporate IT—a function with a budget averaging $300 million–$500 million at a Fortune 250 company, supported by 1,500–3,000 IT employees under the leadership of a chief information officer. In the past year, Corporate IT’s monopoly of information technology has begun to unravel, even as technology itself becomes more central to competitive advantage and business productivity. CIOs should treat business-led IT (“Shadow IT”) as another, often better, way to achieve the core goals of Corporate IT

CEB identifies the best business solutions to challenging functional and IT management problems facing CIOs. Its solutions are vendor independent and sourced from a vast executive network that spans the C-suite.

Vendor:
ComputerWeekly.com
Posted:
22 Aug 2014
Published:
22 Aug 2014
Format:
PDF
Length:
19 Page(s)
Type:
Essential Guide
Language:
English
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