The results are in and the mad dash to transition from President Barack Obama to President-elect Donald Trump has begun. During his campaign, Trump was vague on the details of his policy platforms and questions persist how his leadership will impact business and technology in the United States.
One thing that is certain is Trump is set to take a hard line stance against cyberthreats, working to bolster cybersecurity measures to protect both federal and private sector networks. In his defense and national security strategy for "making America great again," the Trump Administration recognized "the uniquely catastrophic threats posed by nuclear weapons and cyberattacks."
The administration promised to "review and minimize our nation's infrastructure vulnerabilities to cyberthreats," according to the strategy.
Technology rarely took center stage during the election, so businesses are in some cases left wondering what changes could be made. So CIO Dive wants to know: Are you satisfied with the result of the presidential election for business technology? And what is the most pressing technology issue the Trump Administration must tackle?
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