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Business Growing? Feeling overwhelmed by the constant changes in the IT environment?  Thinking of technology as ''a necessary evil''?  In response, we can offer you the following:

  • Strategic guidance, staff training, and IT project management
  • Systems analysis and service architecture design
  • Security analysis and system hardening
  • Platform and software recommendation and configuration support
  • Business solutions
  • Service analysis
  • Service design
  • IT service operations planning
  • Vendor management

A CIO is responsible for the information technology within an organization including the processes and practices supporting the flow of information

Chief Information Officer (CIO) is a job title commonly given to the most senior executive in an enterprise responsible for the information technology and computer systems that support enterprise goals.  As information technology and systems have become more important, the CIO has come to be viewed in many organizations as a key contributor in formulating strategic goals.

Typically, the CIO in a large enterprise delegates technical decisions to employees more familiar with details. Usually, a CIO proposes the information technology an enterprise will need to achieve its goals and then works within a budget to implement the plan. Typically, a CIO is involved with analyzing and reworking existing business processes, with identifying and developing the capability to use new tools, with reshaping the enterprise's physical infrastructure and network access, and with identifying and exploiting the enterprise's knowledge resources. Many CIOs head the enterprise's efforts to integrate the Internet and the World Wide Web into both its long-term strategy and its immediate business plans.

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