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Chief Technology Officer Job Description

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CXO - Chief Experience Officer Role and Job Description

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Chief Experience Officer (CXO) is the executive responsible for the overall user experience

The CXO is not only a user experience expert but also a seasoned marketing, brand, and product manager. As the role is transformational, the CXOs is responsible for the adoption of consistent user interfaces across the entire business. As with most senior executive titles, the responsibilities are set by the organization's board of directors or other authority, depending on the organization's legal structure.

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Role of CIO is changing

Changing Role of the CIO

Most CIOs (58%) are still in the traditional mode of leading IT. And while 37% of CIOs are considered "modern", only 6% are "future fit" with the speed, flexibility, and value-focus required from a transformative strategic digital leader today.

This lack of readiness doesn't look good. If most CIOs are still focused on operational concerns, does the business need a new digital leader with a title that’s reflective of fresh roles and responsibilities?

Role of CIO changing

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Chief Experience Officer Job Description

Chief Experience Officer (CXO) is the executive responsible for the overall experience of all stakeholders

CXO Job DescriptionThe Chief Experience Officer (CXO) drives the enterprise's growth in the user experience arena.  They oversee operations in all user experience sectors like marketing, image setting, mobile applications, social media, related technologies, and virtual goods, as well as web-based management and marketing.

The overall user experience is the focal point for the CXO. The CXO's continued role is to assure the success of these areas while simultaneously minimizing costs and operational efficiencies.
Challenges include:

  • Sparking energy, excitement, and action among people throughout the company.
  • Taking the raw material of company capabilities and working with the organization to shape them into experience offerings.
  • Aligning the various elements of operations to fit into a cohesive whole through a customer-pleasing theme.
  • Fighting for the needs, wants, and desires of customers and making sure that the company's offerings create value on behalf of each individual guest.
  • Propelling the enterprises in transforming it into becoming premier experience stagers with the ongoing ability to regenerate new and world class offerings - which include the goods and services on which user experiences are staged.

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Top 10 Cloud Security Vulnerabilities

Cloud processing adds new vulnerabilities to the security and compliance landscape

Top 10 cloud security vulnerabilities have been identified by Janco Associates from a series of cloud security compliance audits and reviews with CTOs, CIOs and CSOs on cloud security concerns.

  1. Data breaches
  2. Weak Security
  3. Non-Secure Interfaces & API
  4. OS vulnerabilities
  5. Account hijacking
  6. Insider breach as System
  7. Parasitic Code on Cloud Server 
  8. Data Destruction
  9. DoS Attacks - Denial of Service 
  10. Ransomware

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What is the technology resilience of DR/BC

Technology resilience of DR/BC key to long term success of CIO

technology resilience of DRP and BCPTechnology resilience is defined as an organization’s ability to maintain acceptable service levels through, and beyond, severe disruptions to its critical processes and the IT systems which support them. The question that needs to be answered is, "What the enterprise have to close its doors it the technology fails?"

A well designed and well defined process is supported by effective and tested procedures and arrangements that are in place to enable the organization to respond to, continue through and come out of any incident that may severely disrupt its ability to provide the normal level of service to its customers and stakeholders. These procedures and arrangements are the basis of the organization’s technology resilience.

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