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Strategic Information Office (SIO)

Definition - What does Strategic Information Office (SIO) mean?

A strategic information office (SIO) is a specific type of planning department in modern companies. This office is responsible for handling critical issues involving information management, digital technology management and sensitive or protected categories of data. It is also responsible for leading information management projects and for dealing with issues therein.

Techopedia explains Strategic Information Office (SIO)

The staff members of a strategic information office are generally responsible for implementing compliance standards across an entire company. They are also typically tasked with information management and informing other departments about responsibilities and available innovations in information management (again, related to the industry that the company is in). Companies may also task the SIO with getting other departments more involved in initiatives and explaining to them the value and benefit of adopting better information management methods.

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