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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.

Chris Laping CIO 100 2016

3 conditions for driving organizational change

A small set of people-focused conditions set the stage for change. If you don’t execute, brace for pushback.

Mike Walsh CIO 100

Designing a 21st century business? Ask an 8-year-old

Retooling your business for the future requires a culture shift. Watch how children interact with technology and you’ll understand futurist Mike Walsh’s vision.

Vernon Turner, IDC

If you're not planning for IoT, you're already behind

Think your industry or your business won't be impacted by the internet of things? Consider this your wakeup call.

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How leading CIOs tackle business disruption

CIOs share their advice for dealing with corporate upheaval in its many forms, including both intentional and unforeseen events.

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Why Dominos' virtual assistant struggles to understand your orders

Dominos CIO Kevin Vasconi is bullish on virtual assistant technology, but says that natural language processing and artificial intelligence technologies require more polish.

CIOs come together to tout tech innovation

CIOs come together to tout tech innovation

CIOs who took the stage at the CIO 100 at the Terranea Resort last week detailed how they are using technology to better serve their employees and customers.

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GE CIO Jim Fowler talks collaboration and IT transformation

GE’s Jim Fowler this week spoke with CIO.com to discuss collaboration tools, shifting IT priorities and why the traditional CIO role is going away.

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How 7 Hall of Fame CIOs thrive by evolving

The 2016 inductees to the CIO Hall of Fame achieve longevity and success by continually adapting as the CIO role evolves.

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CIOs mean business

This year's CIO 100 honorees are serious about winning customers and driving revenue.

CIOs expand their horizons

CIOs expand their horizons

Meet IT leaders who are pushing the boundaries of their job descriptions -- and finding that doors are opening to them elsewhere in the C-suite.

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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.

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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.

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Agile, continuous delivery models represent ‘cultural shift for IT’

CIOs say their software development models are evolving to incorporate more rapid, iterative delivery and deployment. This requires special talent management.

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Facebook taps its social ranking tech to improve employee satisfaction

Facebook’s Tim Campos tells CIO.com how the social network is using volumes of data, its algorithms and IT expertise to help its employees connect, collaborate and even park more efficiently.

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The Internet of Things now includes the grocery store's frozen-food aisle

Supermarket giant Kroger uses temperature sensors to keep frozen foods frozen -- and makes its first foray into the Internet of Things.

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2015 CIO Hall of Fame inductees

The five CIO Hall of Fame inductees for 2015 are accomplished IT executives who have used technology and leadership savvy to blaze new trails.

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Digital enterprises are getting VERY personal with customers

Many of the CIO 100 award winners for 2015 are personalizing the customer experience, creating one-to-one relationships that deliver competitive advantage.

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Those paper color strips at the paint store are on the way out

PPG's big-screen kiosks let shoppers test more than 2,000 colors by 'painting' virtual rooms.

CIOs find that personalization pays off

Many CIO 100 award-winning projects focus on a more personalized customer experience, says Maryfran Johnson. But these innovations also require CIOs to manage issues such as customer privacy, product design, business processes and...

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