As a CIO today, you are confronting some daunting choices. A month ago, you were immersed in your digital transformation journey. You were investing in new digital capabilities such as machine learning. You were refining your data to make them available to machine-learning systems. You were digitizing your processes, building the capability for your company to operate digitally. You were deploying software to make your business more productive and to give you a competitive edge.
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Every company is effectively a software company now and you were acting accordingly.
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