January 20, 2016
Author: 
Tomás O'Leary

This was originally posted by Bob Harland on spinnakersupport.com

A Chief Information Officer’s job has never been more challenging. Support the business. Keep up with an ever-changing technology landscape. Ensure what you have today is interoperable with what you might have tomorrow. In-house vs. outsource. On budget and on time. Transform. The to-do list is exhaustive.

In his recent article entitled Five top priorities for CIOs in 2016, author Mark Samuels combines survey data, interviews, and analyst research to develop a top five priority list for CIOs in 2016. It might not reflect every CIO’s top priorities, but is a highly informative and thought provoking piece.

As Spinnaker Support’s Oracle Services practice leader, I charter my team to deliver third-party support, application management, and consulting services that help CIOs achieve their highest priorities. Because we now provide these services for hundreds of enterprises that run Oracle products, we understand what keeps CIOs up at night. We help them complete their to-do lists. We assume the daily stress of maintenance (and reduce its cost) so CIOs... Continue reading. 

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