The role of the chief information officer will change significantly in the next few years, driven by the growing adoption of artificial intelligence and by demands from cybersecurity. IT leaders are rapidly scaling their digital businesses, making the remainder of this year and 2018 a defining moment for CIOs who don’t want to be left behind, say Gartner researchers.
Those were among the messages to emerge from the Gartner ITxpo conference in Orlando this past week, which looked at the top technology and data trends shaping IT. The CIO role is transitioning from that of serving as a delivery executive to becoming a business executive, and from controlling cost and engineering processes, to driving revenue and exploiting data.
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