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Monday, April 11, 2005

InfoWorld CTO 25

CTO's are special breed in any organisations. They set the technology culture inside organisations - from desktop standardisation to collbaration initiatives, to enterprise engagement rollout/ upgradation and enhancement,infrastructure management line networks, interenterpise integration initiatives, hooking up with industry consortiums, offshoring and setting support expectations in some cases(in most cases CIO may take care of this) - in few cases both roles may be bundled into one!!.For these reasons, CTO's are quite important for commercial IT vendors dealing with Infoworld announces the fourth annual"the 25 most influential" individuals holding that position. The article notes "influential types", in the traditional sense, come in two varieties: Some, such as the amazingly prolific Ravi Aramilli, work as CTOs for IT vendors and have focused - recently and throughout their careers - on cultivating new technologies; others, such as Pradeep Sindhu and his Infranet Initiative to raise public network QoS, have led initiatives that have significant impact both inside their organizations and beyond, helping to drive new standards or to marshal the resources of diverse organizations toward some greater goal.Infoworld is spot on when it says,"Some CTOs in smaller organisations have internalized their companies business objectives to such a degree that their technology development is on the forefront of business development". The complete list of the Top 25 most influential CTO's is available here.

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