Preston: CIOs must be both technical and well-rounded

11/6/2012 | InformationWeek

Chief information officers should not apologize for being technical, and experience in developing architecture, applications, projects and systems is key, writes Rob Preston, InformationWeek's vice president and editor-in-chief. However, he also writes that CIOs must understand the other areas of their companies such as sales and logistics because they are in charge of building systems for them.

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