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Google survey: CFOs set to have a bigger say in IT decisions

March 30, 2012 No Comments

CFOs are set to become more involved in IT decisions, according to a new survey commissioned by Google.

The survey, carried out by research agency Vanson Bourne, showed that half of respondents believe that increased levels of cloud adoption will result in the closer involvement of the CFO in areas more traditionally reserved for the CIO.

According to Google, this reflects the perception in the boardroom that IT has become more central to the business since the advent of cloud computing.

Two-thirds of the 100 senior UK financial decision makers surveyed believe the cloud increases the IT department’s contribution to corporate strategy.

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