Less than five per cent of senior public-sector staff view their CIO or CTO as a 'driver of change'

Sooraj Shah
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CEOs are the main driver of transformation of frontline services according to majority of public-sector staff

Less than five per cent (4.2 per cent) of senior public-sector staff view their CIO and CTO as the drivers of change, a report from cloud solutions provider Ancoris reveals. This chimes with com...

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