SNCF CIO: Why CIOs should also take on the CDO role

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Benoit Tiers of SNCF thinks that taking on the CDO role is a natural move for CIOs
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Benoit Tiers of SNCF thinks that taking on the CDO role is a natural move for CIOs

The CIO and CDO share many areas of responsibility - but does bringing them both together under one title make sense?

Computers have been part of business since the 1970s, but it wasn't until the late '80s that the office computing revolution really took off. That development also led to the creation of a new role to...

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