Corporate Boards and CIOs Are Seeing a Lot More of Each Other – The CIO Report – WSJ

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Corporate boards are asking more pointed questions about technology strategy and vulnerabilities. CIOs have had to step up their game when presenting to the board, ditching jargon and providing specific details about risks, projects, personnel and costs.

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