“De-concern me!” – the rallying cry of the CIO as service broker

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Our sales team had an interesting request from a new customer recently. Their CIO challenged us to “de-concern me” with the design, provision and management of integrated IT and network infrastructure. In other words, he wanted to focus on delivering a service to the business, and not worry about the technology that makes it work.

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