CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER AND THEIR CHANGING ROLE AS INFORMATION CUM TECHNO-MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONALS: BRIEF OVERVIEW
P. K. Paul;
P. S. Aithal
Information Profession is one of the important professions responsible for information infrastructure building or development. The development and modernization in management and its interaction with information brings many professions; popular in contemporary world. Information Officer is a kind of professional where modernization is supported by IT & Computing tools. Among the information officers, the head or apex professional is called Chief Information Officer (CIO). The popularity of CIO and the term is increasing day by day in business and corporate space. Chief Information Officer (CIO) is treated as corporate information professional who lies on several technologies for handling information and also for technology management. This paper is talks about information professionals especially about Chief Information Officer (CIO). Paper is also illustrated some aspects of Chief Information Officer (CIO) as technology professional or Chief Computer Officer. The contemporary role of CIO may vary in organization to organization and few aspects in this context have been mentioned.
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