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Chief Information Officer (CIO)

CIOs rarely have time to rest. There’s always something evolving – from technology innovation and new business practices to emerging security threats and cost pressures – any one of which can have a significant impact on information technology (IT) and the entire business. To help CIOs keep pace with the latest developments and trends, we offer a mix of innovative thinking and practical advice for CIOs – all designed to help you turn new developments in the IT landscape into more value for your business.

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