Why CIOs must get onto the business front line - Tips from Gartner's Tina Munno

Traditionally CIOs are backroom people but as IT becomes crucial to helping companies respond to market changes they need to get out of the glass room. Ian Grant, senior reporter at Computer Weekly, speaks to Tina Nunno, Gartner senior vice president of research, at Gartner's Symposium in Cannes this week, about what's in it for them if they do.

Traditionally CIOs are backroom people but as IT becomes crucial to helping companies respond to market changes they need to get out of the glass room. Ian Grant, senior reporter at Computer Weekly, speaks to Tina Nunno, Gartner senior vice president of research, at Gartner's Symposium in Cannes this week, about what's in it for them if they do.

(See also: More Computer Weekly coverage from the Gartner Symposium)

This was last published in November 2008

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