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1/8/2010
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Bob Evans
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Top 10 CIO Issues For 2010

What's on your list of top priorities for 2010: Twitter policies? Amazon versus Azure? Vista versus Windows 7? Or how about cloud-computing strategies, attacking the 80/20 ratio, driving new revenue and customer engagements, predictive analytics, the transformation quotient, and much more? Check out our Top 10 CIO priorities list and let us know what you think.

What's on your list of top priorities for 2010: Twitter policies? Amazon versus Azure? Vista versus Windows 7? Or how about cloud-computing strategies, attacking the 80/20 ratio, driving new revenue and customer engagements, predictive analytics, the transformation quotient, and much more? Check out our Top 10 CIO priorities list and let us know what you think.You can see the full list of Top 10 CIO priorities plus analyses of each at Global CIO: The Top 10 CIO Issues For 2010. For a sneak peek, here's our list minus the analyses and perspective:

1) The Cloud Imperative

2) The 80/20 Spending Trap

3) CIO-Led Revenue Growth and Customer Engagement

4) Mastering End-To-End Business Processes

5) Business Analytics and Predictive Analytics

6) External Information Versus Internal Information

7) CIO Priorities, CIO Compensation, and CIO Evaluation

8) Vendor Consolidation, with Radical Exceptions

9) The Mobile Enterprise and The Mobile Mindset

10) The Transformation Quotient

Please have a look at our list here and then send us your own list of Top 10 CIO Issues for 2010.

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