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  • State of the CIO 2014

    CIOs no longer sit outside the business, and they know it. They are working more closely with other c-level executives and aligning themselves with business outcomes and priorities, according CIO's 2014 State of the CIO survey.

    Written by Byron Connolly08 Sept. 14 13:56
  • IT Salary Survey Predicts Meager Increases for 2010

    We wish we had better news to share on the IT salary front: The median pay increases organizations are planning for IT professionals this year are small--1.8 percent--according to the latest Computer Economics IT salary survey. That's.2 percent lower than the median salary increases the Irvine, Calif.-based IT research firm predicted tech workers would receive in 2009.

    Written by Meridith Levinson17 Feb. 10 06:30
  • Largest retailer has world's most underpaid CIO

    I tend to equate the salaries of celebrity CIOs (an oxymoron, I know) with the compensation packages of today's professional athletes: They're all seemingly excessive and incomprehensible to most salt-of-the-earth people. HP CIO Randy Mott, for instance, took home more than US$28 million in compensation in 2008, while New York Yankees' slugger Alex Rodriguez earns $15,856 every time he sees a pitch, according to The Wall Street Journal.

    Written by Thomas Wailgum28 Aug. 09 05:46
  • ICT salaries continue to grow despite GFC: ACS

    Salaries of ICT professionals have slowed on average over the twelve months to May 2009 a new survey from the Australian Computer Society (ACS) finds.

    Written by CIO Staff18 June 09 12:39
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