The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is the highest-ranking executive at Z-IMPACT, and their primary responsibilities include making major corporate decisions, managing the overall operations and resources of Z-IMPACT, acting as the main point of communication between the board of directors and corporate operations, and being the public face of the company.
The Chief Information Officer (CIO), is the Z-IMPACT executive responsible for the management, implementation, and usability of information and computer technologies. The CIO analyzes how these technologies benefit the Z-IMPACT or improve an existing business process, and then integrates a system to realize that benefit or improvement. The CIO works with the CMO to deal with matters such as ensuring the technical content on the website allows the Z-IMPACT to reach more customers by depicting the value add of HCI technology, the services and underlying software and hardware understanding and leads the technical teams to ensure this content best represents Z-IMPACT and the markets they enter.
The Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) is the executive responsible for the information and data security of Z-IMPACT. While in the past the role has been rather narrowly defined along those lines, Z-IMPACT envisions a more expansive role in the organization combining the CSO and VP of security.
The Chief Cloud Officer (CCO) is the executive responsible for managing, supervising, and governing the Z-IMPACT cloud computing environment and its operations within an organization. The Chief Cloud Officer allows Z-IMPACT organization to harness the power, productivity and efficiency from a suite of cloud computing solutions and services. As such, the CCO is the ultimate custodian of cloud-related resources and components.