The goals of CFOs and chief information officers often clash, since the latter's job is to propose out-of-the-box ideas that often come with a lot of risk, according to this article. "They're always coming up with these very capital-intensive programs that are essentially faith-based initiatives," said an attendee at a recent CFO/CIO conference where many finance directors said their technology counterparts should better understand risk assessment.

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