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CIO

Abbreviation for:
charitable incorporated organisation
Chief Information Officer (Medspeak-UK)
Confederation of Indian Organisations (!) (Medspeak-UK)
corticosteroid-induced osteoporosis
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CIO

Chief information officer. See Information systems.
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CIOs have a number of ways in which to develop digital business in their organisation.
* Productive CIOs realize that human skills are just as essential as tech command;
The role of Chief Information Officer (CIO) first had a presence on the board of organisations in the eighties when companies, mainly in North America, such as Bank of America and American Airlines, first formalised the post.
"For many years, CIOs have been talking about becoming a true partnerto the business and the executive management team.
* Curtis Carver - Vice Chancellor & CIO, University System of Georgia
Research conducted for my dissertation reveals that major IT industry developments such as IT consumerization--the bring your own device (BYOD) movement--cloud computing, and the information security suite of issues are all impacting the CIO role in profound ways.
Recommendation: To ensure that CIOs are better able to carry out their statutory role as key leaders in managing IT, the Director of OMB should require agencies to identify and document internal lessons learned and best practices for managing information technology
Chief information officers (CIOs) function in a world that is increasingly complex, volatile, and uncertain because of market and technology changes, environmental issues, and economic instability.