The CIO as a Chief “Investment” Officer

CIOs must view themselves as business leaders responsible for an organization's technology investments.
Harsha Bellur
Contributing CIO

Past performance is not a guarantee of future results.....

Whether as a seasoned investor or when first funding our 401K, we will encounter this common footnote in any collateral or prospectus that involves financial investments. This cautionary note is often included given that the measure of performance is dependent on many factors beyond the control of the entity managing...

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