This organization has been around for a long time, but until recently I never knew this particular site existed. It’s a great example of taking a free online micro-blogging service like Tumblr and using it to easily disseminate information. I found every single item in this post valuable. Consider yourself schooled.
Canadian University Council of CIO’s Fast Five: IT News for the week of October 20 – http://t.co/JSvpp4gF1e
— OISE Education Commons (@OISEEdCommons) October 23, 2014
CIO job opportunity of the week. I have my guesses as to which company this is, but overall looks like an interesting role.
CIO/ VP of IT – AB-Calgary, HAYS IT is looking for a new Head of IT/ Vice President of IT/ CIO to join a large ind… http://t.co/n0f1UT15xc
— Calgary Jobs (@calgaryjobs) October 18, 2014
Not quite sure of the context here, but I agree with this IT leader’s point wholeheartedly.
In the next age of AI and Robotics executives will need to be tech savvy & great leaders to thrive. #cio #leadership
— Glenn Keller (@GKCIO) October 24, 2014
It’s a rare technology cartoon that actually makes me laugh, but this one did.
The reason I prefer being a CTO #cio #cto pic.twitter.com/dsWaEZ99PZ
— Elmar Weber (@weberelm) October 24, 2014
And finally, this might be a motto worth sticking on every CIO’s LinkedIn profile, though it’s short enough to be on their Twitter bio, too.
People, process, technology. In that order. #CIO
— Jay Ferro (@jayferro) October 24, 2014