Every year, the CIO 100 Awards honor 100 companies that demonstrate excellence and achievement in IT. In 2006, our winners were some of the most innovative information technology uses in the world. Below, you'll find links that will give you insight into how these companies use IT to gain an advantage in an increasingly competitive world.
In-depth coverage of how our winners innovate their way to success.
You can't win standing still. Our 100 honored companies prove that creative investment in IT is key to marketplace success.
Robots. Supercomputers. AI. Five CIO 100 honorees are boosting revenue, cutting costs and maybe saving the planet with these and other cool technologies.
After years of focusing on the bottom line, CIOs are setting their sights on top-line growth.
Service-oriented architecture is a route to IT anarchy if you don't effectively manage the development and use of services.
New wireless networks and devices create more productive work environments. They can also generate anxiety. Here's how to cut the wires so that employees still feel connected.
Use our database to find out more about this year's champions.
Go behind the scenes and see IT at work with a trio of winners
Get detailed statistics about the technologies, techniques and business drivers behind the winning entries. (PDF format)
Information on the CIO 100 Symposium and Awards Ceremony.
The CIO 100 wants you! Here's where to find out more.
Browse through our winners from previous years.
The Teamwork of Innovation
Gentry Lee, chief engineer for planetary flight systems with the Jet Propulsion laboratory, gives compelling advice about how to balance risk and innovation when developing new technology.
View online or download a PDF version of "Make IT Matter for Business Innovation" from Forrester Research (valid email address required for access).