Community Description

One of the guiding principles of the CIO Institute is that it focuses on the needs of its members. The community also respects the value of its members' time. This principle means explicitly avoiding “informational” meetings that are thinly veiled vendor sales pitches. In fact, the CoP generally does not focus its programs on a specific product, but rather on a “band” of technology, such as wireless computing or security, or on a business topic of importance to the CIO, such as outsourcing or software return on investment (ROI).

CIO Institute meetings include technology forums led by world-class speakers, moderated roundtable discussions, and social events. A Web site and electronic newsletter are used for additional communications ...

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