CIOs cannot push their brand value if they are not social media animals

I attended a CIO event recently where attending IT leaders were reminded to use the conference hashtag. The response in the hall? Laughter.

That response is at best embarrassing and at worst negligent. Too many CIOs still fail to recognise the significance of social media.

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Is the CIO looking to create innovation from existing IT assets?

How do you feel about the position of IT in the business? Are you excited or scared by the combined forces of consumerisation, collaboration and change?

Gartner vice president Mark McDonald is concerned that many IT leaders are not sure why technology needs to assert its position in the business. He believes a new vision . . . → Read More: Is the CIO looking to create innovation from existing IT assets?

Did the future CIO really become the next-generation CEO?

“By 2010, the road to corporate success will run right through IT,” suggested an article by CIO magazine at the end of December 2003.

The feature – which describes the future of the technology chief position – makes lots of interesting points, particularly given that we are now in a position to judge its accuracy. . . . → Read More: Did the future CIO really become the next-generation CEO?