Chief information officers should be leading the charge to adopt innovative social media if their organisations aren't leveraging the technology, a Canadian IT professor has told an audience of CIOs.
In frank and sometimes tough language, James Norrie, associate dean of Ryerson University's Ted Rogers School of Business told the recent CIO Canada Exchange conference that chief information officers shouldn't hide behind the possible problems social media such as Twitter may raise.
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