CIOs

A Blogger Derby Could Help Your Organization

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A blogger derby is where you encourage a lot of writing over a short course of time on topics of interest to a specific interest. It could be a good way to help formulate where your organization is going. Lets look at some of the recent winners of the Toolbox.com blogger derby. Basically, the website, […]

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Forget New Year’s Resolutions – Look Ahead to 2020

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Now’s the time of year when folks start casually thinking about New Year’s resolutions. It’s kind of a license to misbehave during the holidays if our intentions are to behave better come 2015. Well, have you got your resolutions for 2020 in place? One expert thinks CIOs should and is addressing issues that will become […]

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How Vendors Should Sell to CIOs

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Let’s face it. As CIOs, you are a desirable target for vendors of all stripes. Sell the C-level executive and you’ve made it. But how should vendors sell to you? What steps should they take and what advice would you give them? Good perspective on this issue comes via ITAfrica.com. In a blog post promoting […]

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CIO Compensation Getting Better

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Chief information officers and other technology executives are seeing higher rates of compensation in 2014. It is largely driven by improved earnings. The 2014 TechTarget IT Salary and Careers Survey of 333 senior IT executives across North America found “Nearly two-thirds (64%) of IT executives got pay increases in 2014. The average salary of $143,942 […]

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CEOs Need Business-Savvy CIOs To Grow

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According to a recent Gartner survey, a significant share of companies are making growth a top priority this year and investing more money to fund these expansion endeavors, which means they will need IT to accomplish their goals.