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CNO

(1) (Chief Networking Officer) The executive responsible for the development and maintenance of internal and external communications networks. See enterprise networking.

(2) (Chief Networking Officer) The executive responsible for the betterment of all employees in an organization. On board to promote healthy interaction between everyone within a department and between departments, they are also available to solve disputes, squabbles and clashes. CNOs must be superb negotiators and highly trusted.
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