CIO attracts the highest concentration of enterprise CIOs and business technology executives with unparalleled peer insight and expertise on business strategy, innovation, and leadership. CIO readers gain key insights on career development for themselves and their employees, including certifications, hiring practices, and skills development, along with a strong foundation in digital transformation of their businesses.
Our Audience, Your Target
We aim for the top of any company’s IT organizational chart: the chief information officer and senior executives who influence, lead, and direct tech buying decisions within their companies.
Information tech has become a driver of competitive difference and commercial success. CIOs translate business strategy to tech value. They report to the top (46% report to the CEO), keep their position longer (average tenure is 5 years 6 months) and focus more on business strategy (65% hope to spend more time on strategic activities in the next 3-5 years).
What's Unique to CIO?
CIO’s annual “State of the CIO” study allows us to understand the evolving role of the modern CIO. It also helps define the CIO agenda for the upcoming year. This definitive benchmarking survey measures the role of the CIO in the organization, business and leadership challenges, key skills, and budgetary responsibilities.Learn More
Position your brand, tech and services to more than 300 influential tech and business leaders. This Symposium speaks directly to the reality of evolving IT organizations and where CIOs concentrate resources to take advantage of future opportunities. The Symposium also showcases winners of the CIO 100 awards, which honor a range of projects solving some of the toughest business problems.Learn More
This series of one-day regional forums offers CIOs and business tech executives the opportunity to exchange insights and ideas regarding digital transformation within their organizations. Participating in a CIO Perspectives positions your organization as a tech leader, allowing you to educate attendees about solutions and gain perspective from other’s challenges and prioritiesLearn More
Our Editorial Team
Our award-winning interactive community (CIO.com) leverages editorial, vendor and user-generated content to present provocative perspectives on key issues and business challenges. Regular columns, blogs and interactive polls are updated daily. CIO also creates face-to-face conferences and events that attract the best and brightest in IT through educational and informational sessions from our editorial experts.
Amy Bennett has covered tech for three decades. She is the executive editor of CIO.com, working with a talented team of staff writers, editors and contributing editors to produce analysis, how-to’s and trend articles. Amy covers big data, security, cloud services, BYOD, social media, IT careers, IT outsourcing, mobile technology, data center and more.
Maryfran Johnson is a twenty-five-year tech media veteran and leader of the award-winning CIO events content team. She directs editorial content creation and programming for CIO’s portfolio of national and regional events, as well as the CIO Executive Council.
Amy Bennett, Executive Editor
Maryfran Johnson, Editor-in-Chief, CIO Events
CIO is a digital-only property and our editorial team focuses on the tech trends currently facing our IT decision-maker readers. Since this can evolve, we do not produce an editorial calendar. If you have a timely pitch that you would like the editorial team to consider, please contact the appropriate reporter via their bylines.
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