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Five Tips for CIOs Leading Remote Workforces

As a CIO you are used to having the answers in your back pocket. Crafting data-driven solutions to increase...

How to Find, Develop, and Keep the Best IT Talent, According to Current CIOs

Finding the best employees is one of the most important tasks that good business executives perform. For CIOs – or any leaders...

What CIOs Read!

No one can argue with the tenet that reading is essential for self-development.  Yet many of us struggle with finding the time...

The Goals and Challenges of the CIO Role Over the Last Decade

In the intersecting worlds of business and technology, 10 years can sometimes seem like an eternity. The smartphone industry hit its 10-year...

Georgia CIO of the Year Award Winners Announced

This morning, the Georgia CIO of the Year ORBIE Awards celebrated its 20th anniversary by recognizing the accomplishments of Chief Information Officers in the...
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Q&A: Lisa McVey, Chief Information Officer – National Christian Foundation

Lisa McVey is the Chief Information Officer at the National Christian Foundation (NCF), a nonprofit ministry and grantmaking foundation headquartered in Alpharetta,...

Effective Management of Online/Offline Meetings

“Anyone on the call have questions?” Two hours into the meeting and this was the first time they had checked for signs...

CIO Spotlight: Brandon Pfleckl, Chief Information Officer – PWCSA

Walk us through your CIO path. How did you decide to pursue a career in technology, and how did you progress to...

CIO Insight: CISO Reporting Structure

Long before the COVID-19 crisis, the Chief Information Security Officer role has been on a path of increased influence across the corporate...