Now that effective vaccines for Covid-19 are likely to be approved soon, how should CIOs prepare for a post-pandemic world? The timeline for widescale immunization and a return to a world without restrictions is highly uncertain. Still, there’s light at the end of the tunnel and it’s time for CIOs to think about their next moves.
Planning must begin by asking what the future holds. As Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell recently said, “We’re recovering, but to a different economy… one that is more leveraged to technology.”
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“We’re recovering, but to a different economy… one that is more leveraged to technology.”
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