With just over a decade of experience in the CIO role, Chris Skorsis has seen it change and evolve over the years into a business leadership role. However, he says for CIOs to perform just as well with the business side of things as they do with technology they need to start equipping themselves with a business education.
IT needs to be a trusted and engaged business unit partner, says Charlie Sukkar, CIO with building products firm CSR Ltd. And that is exactly what he has set out to do – building strong relationships with other C-level executives which have a focus that is “more about achievement than it is about hierarchy”.
This paper explores the driving forces behind WAN investments, the risks of getting your network
architecture wrong, and how to avoid the pitfalls, as well as the key considerations for building a futureproof platform to support your business.