CIOs appear to have been through a tough period where they were increasingly marginalised from IT purchasing decision making in their businesses, according to a new survey which reveals that line of business executives had been bypassing their IT departments and CIOs when making IT investments.
The dark, hidden world of Shadow IT where IT systems and solutions are often built and used within organisation’s without explicit approval of the organisation, including IT management, is becoming more prevalent in Australia and New Zealand as cloud adoption picks up.
The growing practice of Shadow IT – where departments within companies and organisations buy their own IT solutions and bypass the internal IT people – has inadvertently created a new, leading role for CIOs, according to a newly published study.
and they should pay their share of tax as well
Mission Accomplished Sam, the NBN is going FIBRE. Yaaaaaaaaaaay! And about 10 years late but better late that NEVAAAAAAAAAR.
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