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Social Media and the C-Suite: Increasing Engagement in the Wake of CIO 100 Awards

August 20, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE:  Forbes

Social media is likely to be among the hot topics among the hundreds of chief information officers and senior executives from around the world who will gather next week to honor the most innovative IT organizations at the 25th annual CIO 100 Symposium.

So far, C-level executives have taken a wait-and-see attitude toward one recent innovation: social media. Domo and CEO.com report that only a small fraction of top chief executives have an online presence.

Read More of Matt Butter’s Article on Forbes

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