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Top 10 Fails of Corporate Chief Information Officers

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Top Issues where CIOs have failed or continue to face challenges. A satiric and serious look from Corp IT Technology and Develop forum discussion in San Francisco CA

Top Issues where CIOs have failed or continue to face challenges. A satiric and serious look from Corp IT Technology and Develop forum discussion in San Francisco CA

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  • 1. TOP 10 FAILS OF CORPORATE CIOS 1. Did not fully comprehend cloud and lost control of corporate applications. 2. Cost their companies billions of unneeded expense by accepting premise of Enterprise software companies and making a big deal about nipping a percent or two of price as a tough negotiator. 3. See 2 but insert hardware 4. Never got internal service and support right. Things are better because users are smarter. 5. From an ROI basis most shipping departments with hourly employees provide more direct value than a corporate IT group. 6. Suck up way to much of a companies capital on non strategic items. 7. The ridiculous Y2k debacle still lingers 8. Easy targets for handsome/pretty sales people 9. Pay way to much attention to Gartner and other biased quasi consulting groups 10. So far behind mobile and tablet devices that they may never catch up to the users