CIO serves the enterprise community of CIOs and senior technology decision-makers with peer insight and expertise on Business Strategy, Innovation and Leadership. CIO attracts the highest concentration of enterprise CIOs and business technology executives of any media brand, reaching over one million decision-makers monthly. CIO provides unparalleled Access, Insight and Interaction with this audience.
If you look at the top of any company’s IT organizational chart, you will find the audience that CIO targets. They are the technology leaders within their organizations: the chief information officer and other senior tech executives who influence or direct technology buying decisions within their companies.
Information technology has moved from a supporting role to one that drives the business forward to score a competitive difference in the market. CIOs are the conduit for the translation of business strategy to technology value – and results. They’re reporting to the top (46% report to the CEO), staying in their position longer and longer (average tenure is 6 years 6 months) and focusing more on business strategy (68% hope to spend more time on strategic activities in the next 3-5 years).
CIO provides leadership-oriented, relevant and timely insight into the business challenges that are top-of-mind for forward-thinking technology executives. With executive events that bring the C-level technology community together, research that dives deep into the role of tech decision-makers, their priorities and challenges, marketing services that allow our partners to provide tailored educational content, and much more – CIO provides invaluable resources to business technology leaders and a platform for technology solution providers to effectively educate and engage these key decision-makers.
CIO.com, our award-winning interactive community, leverages editorial, vendor and user-generated content to present provocative and informative perspectives on key issues and business challenges. Information covering business technologies and strategies is updated daily, through regular columns, blogs and interactive polls. In addition to the website, CIO creates face-to-face conferences and events that attract the best and brightest in IT with educational and informational sessions crafted by our editorial experts.
Covering technology for three decades, Dan Muse is editor-in-chief of CIO.com, where he works with a talented team of staff writers, editors and freelancers to produce news, analysis, how-to and trends articles on topics such as big data, security, cloud services, BYOD, social media, IT careers, IT outsourcing, mobile technology, data center and much more.
Twenty-year tech media veteran, editor-in-chief Maryfran Johnson leads the award-winning CIO events team in creating editorial content and programming for CIO’s portfolio of national and regional events.
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Sources: Omniture, 6-month average, July 2015-December 2015; CIO Audience Profile Study, IDG Research, 2016; IDG Enterprise Role & Influence of the Technology Decision Maker Study, 2015 (CIO brand data); State of the CIO Survey, January 2016