In an era of Big Data, cloud computing and social networking, the role of chief information officer is evolving from one defined solely by technical acumen to one that encompasses a range of new responsibilities and job titles -- from department liaison to security specialist. Eric Lundquist of Ziff Brothers Investments writes that the CIO's temporary hiatus from the boardroom is ending as more enterprises replace legacy hardware-based technologies with strategically focused initiatives, such as bring-your-own-device, that require a multifaceted approach to implementation.

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