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Madison, Wis. Information technology professionals might know technology, but business executives speak a different language. That's what an expert panel at the Fusion 2005 CEO-CIO Symposium said as they gave some tips on simplifying tech-speak for executives and examined ways a chief information officer can hold sway in the board......

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Byrnes said the one thing boards of directors have learned is that IT requires constant upgrades and investment, which translates into a negative when they don't fully understand the proposition. The boards of directors today know there's a three-year cycle they expect ......

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Our company recognizes that an IT budget is not just a cost and expense budget; it's more of an i......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Les Chappell 03/02/05


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