Dan Muse

Editor in Chief

Dan Muse is editor in chief of CIO.com. He had covered technology for three decades and held senior editorial positions with Ziff Davis, Jupitermedia, Disney Publishing, McGraw-Hill and Advance Digital. At CIO.com, Dan works with a talented team of staff writers, editors and freelancers to produce news, analysis, how-to and trends articles on topics such as big data, security, cloud services, BYOD, social media, IT careers, IT outsourcing, mobile technology, data center trends and much more.

State of the CIO 2017: More challenging, still complicated

Analytics 50 proves the power of a good partnership

Analytics 50 proves the power of a good partnership

CIO.com and Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business worked together to make the inaugural year of the Analytics 50 awards program a success.

Don't confront black bears, do fight gender bias

Don't confront black bears, do fight gender bias

Don't back away from the problem of gender bias in IT.

CIO 100 Awards 2017: You still have time to enter

CIO 100 Awards 2017: You still have time to enter

Do you have an innovative IT project that saved time, increased revenue or delivered some other measurable result? If so, we want to hear about them.

Graduation rates, student loans and big data

Graduation rates, student loans and big data

Turning to analytics to improve graduation rates could also help with student debt

Drexel and CIO.com announce Analytics 50 winners

Drexel and CIO.com announce Analytics 50 winners

CIO.com and Drexel University's LeBow College of Business first-ever Analytics 50 awards recognize 50 companies that using data analytics to solve business challenges.

CIO Quick Takes: What  does innovation look like?
Q&A

CIO Quick Takes: What does innovation look like?

Everyone talks about innovation, but quantifying it can be a bit, well, fuzzy. Here three CIOs put innovation into more concrete terms.

The year of cloud ERP

The year of cloud ERP

IT and business users have come to understand the cloud's capabilities and value proposition.

Today's CIOs mean business

Today's CIOs mean business

To capture the spirit of this year's 2016 CIO 100 winners, three simple words say it all: We Mean Business.

Gender equality? I smell a rat

Gender equality? I smell a rat

Males and females, human and rodent alike, process pain differently, so it's understandable why the science world is in an uproar over the sole use of male mice and rats for medical research. But the critics are missing the real...

Meet the 2016 CIO 100 winners and Hall of Fame Inductees

Meet the 2016 CIO 100 winners and Hall of Fame Inductees

CIO.com recognizes companies that driving business results through IT innovation. We also honor seven CIOs whose careers are worthy of Hall of Fame status.

Dancing bears and IoT analytics

Dancing bears and IoT analytics

What does the Internet of Things (IoT) and the Russian proverb about the dancing bear have in common? Read on.

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