A column by HootSuite CEO Ryan Holmes was featured on the Fortune Magazine website yesterday. Holmes weighs in on how ordinary employees, not the CIO, are increasingly driving IT decisions at the planet’s largest companies. You can check out the story, and find out whether the iPad and freemium apps spell the end of the CIO, here. The root of the issue is rogue IT – the name given to the software and devices that employees bring into the workplace on their own. Examples include bringing your personal iPad to the office or using cloud-based software like HootSuite at work. Ryan Holmes in Fortune – Crowdsourcing the CIO
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