There are 2,000 days between now and 2025–and CIOs are determined to make great use of them. As corporate strategy and innovation leaders, the CIOs of 2025 will be more heavily invested in business outcomes and bear direct responsibility for revenue generation. These are some of the key findings from a Forbes Insights survey of more than 650 global CIOs from organizations with annual revenues of $1 billion or more.
Dive into this infographic to explore the research in more detail. You’ll learn the key opportunities enterprise CIOs will have in the next few years and the challenges they must confront as they steer their companies toward success.
Yesterday's CIO was a service provider that kept the lights on. Today's CIO is a business leader who understands how to maximize the business value of technology throughout the organization. Those who evolve into this new role will remain successful as long as they can balance the competing—yet important—goals of tech visionary with making sure the WiFi is always on.
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