|Platinum Sponsor: CA Technologies ||Gold Sponsor: Revolution IT|
CA Technologies new global ‘The Future Role of the CIO: Digital Literacy’ report is a study that reveals that 83 percent of Australian CIOs interviewed believe a lack of digital literacy amongst senior executives could behampering business growth.
Business leaders must embrace the true value of technology. CIOs fear senior-level digital illiteracy is causing a lack of market responsiveness, missed business and investment opportunities, poor competitiveness and slower time to market. Further, a fifth of the CIOs interviewed believe the C-suite does not understand the impact of new and emerging technologies.
The Future Role of the CIO; Digital Literacy report highlights that a third (33 percent) of CIOs believe senior executives see IT as a cost of doing business, rather than as a means to grow the organisation, make processes more efficient and introduce greater agility and competitiveness.
As a result, it is not surprising that only 37 percent of CIOs are involved in the strategic decision making process, impeding the digital strategic thinking of the senior leadership team.
Carl Terrantroy, Chief Technology Officer of CTA Technologies Australia & New Zealand, will present upon the issues facing CIO's, whilst analysing aspects of the Digital Literacy report.
To download and read the complete research report, please visit http://www.ca.com/digitalliteracy.com.
Date: Wednesday 8 May 2013
Time: 7:15am for a 7:30am start, until 9:00am
Venue: RACV City Club, Level 1, 501 Bourke Street, Melbourne
Cost: $65 - ACS, Vic ICT for Women and PMI Members
$80 - Other guests
$700 - Corporate table of 8-10 guests
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