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CIO attracts the highest concentration of enterprise CIOs and business technology executives with unparalleled peer insight and expertise on business strategy, innovation, and leadership. CIO readers gain key insights on career development for themselves and their employees, including certifications, hiring practices, and skills development, along with a strong foundation in digital transformation of their businesses.

An angry customer shared in a review "CIO has absolutely no journalistic standards and a very low quality writing. After multiple drafts they still could not deliver an article that I could possibly associate my brand with. It had no storyline, incorrect words, and blatant falsities.After an editor and a senior editor (or so they claimed) wrote the article, I had enough and asked for a refund. The rep denied me and I pushed for a month to talk to his manager. His manager told me they do not do refunds but would keep trying. On top of that, they offered to let me write the article myself, which completely goes against any integrity they might have for their publications.ç"


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n/a (Former Employee) says

"Awesome place to work. Never find anything better. All you need is right there. All you need is love, Unicorns on Rainbows. Candy clouds all around you."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at CIO full-time for more than a year Cons: They keep your pay extremely low. Thinking about job hunting."

Former Employee - Consulting Engineer says

"I worked at CIO full-time for more than 5 years Cons: Long time engineers will quickly hit the ceiling with regard to compensation and professional development. Management can be aloof and out of touch with the staff at times."

Former Intern - Anonymous Intern says

"I worked at CIO Cons: Not a strong bureaucratic structure, leadership a bit weak. The office space is a bit messy."

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