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While most boards of directors appear to acknowledge the importance of information technology to their companies’ business goals, the fact is that many–if not most–directors are disengaged from their company’s IT strategy, according to a survey conducted by Deloitte Consulting LLP. The results are all the more surprising since 67.5% of those agree there is connection between the attention paid to IT and superior corporate performance. “There is a correlation between business performance and the level of engagement between boards and their IT strategy,” says Adam Broun, a principal at Deloitte Consulting. “Yet at the same time, there is an enormous gap in just how engaged board members are.”

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