CIO Magazine: August 15, 2007

CIO 100 Winners Invest in IT, People to Lead Business Innovation

This year's CIO 100 winners demonstrate a commitment to building IT organizations that drive business value.

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20 Years of 100: In Search of Business Technology Excellence

Today we focus the CIO 100 on significant projects that demonstrate the double virtues of innovation and value to the business. We look at companies large and small in the public, private, nonprofit and government sectors.

Confusion Continues on E-Discovery Rules

Months after the Federal Rules for Civil Procedure took effect, outlining the electronic communications businesses may have to produce in the case of federal lawsuits, some remain unclear on how to comply.

Your RFID Battle Plan

Electronic tags still don't top CIO strategy lists. But as a tactical weapon, RFID can be used to fight old problems in new ways.

2007 CIO 100 Winners: How IT Can Harness the Power of Innovation

Winners of the CIO 100 awards have more than technology and great ideas. They have IT departments that understand what makes their companies tick and IT leaders who can translate vision into reality.

How We Chose the 2007 CIO 100

Our method for selecting this year's winners

IT Innovations That Generate Revenue and Get You More Customers

Best Buy, Hilton Hotels and Washington Mutual dug into their data and revamped their business processes to empower customers and increase sales. Here's how they did it.

How to Transform Your IT Department from Order Taker to Innovator

CIO 100-winning IT leaders describe how they energized their staffs to take risks and generate fresh value for their businesses.

Using IT to Transform the Business: Three Keys to Success

See how CIO 100 award winners including Merrill Lynch and Johnson & Johnson generated companywide excitement for their projects that led to results.

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