CIO Magazine: August 1, 2012

How We Chose the 2012 CIO 100 Winners

CIO magazine's method for selecting this year's CIO 100 winners

2012 CIO 100: The Judges

Each of the 300-plus applications for the 2011 CIO 100 Awards was reviewed by two members of our judging panel

6 Steps to Happy Hires With Longterm Potential

Reed Technologies is among the rare companies that has recruit-and-retain down to a science. Here are 6 lessons from their strategies that you can use to build your own homegrown talent pool

CIO 100 Award-winners Are 'Risk Busters'

Many of the honorees in the 25th annual CIO 100 awards program are using IT innovation to reduce risks that threaten employees, customers and entire business models.

How the 2012 CIO 100 Winners Fight Risk With Innovation

CIO magazine editor in chief Maryfran Johnson discusses some of this year's CIO 100 winners and how their projects protected companies against big risks

How a Private Cloud Helped Applied Materials Save Suffering Engineers

When ginormous 3D CAD files kept crashing, engineers were literally quitting in frustration. Applied Materials' CIO gambled by moving it all to a private cloud and won much love and a CIO 100 Award for innovation

How to Succeed in Business: Award-Winning IT Innovation

IDG Enterprise CEO Michael Friendenberg finds that the 25th annual class of CIO 100 winners exemplify organizations that know how to succeed in business in even a challenging economic climate

NKU Grads Get High-Tech Education, Jobs

Northern Kentucky University built a new high-tech building, Griffin Hall, to host students in tech-related majors and the employers who may hire them

NASA's New Innovation Mission

This 2012 CIO 100 Award-winning strategy gets everyone in on space exploration


How Thermo Fisher Mines Customer Feedback to Improve Service

Thermo Fisher Scientific overhauled its customer feedback system to allow it to be more responsive to current customers and to take advantage of emerging markets

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