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The results are in from this year’s CIO Survey, published by Harvey Nash, the global recruitment and offshoring group. The survey represents the views of 3,211 senior IT leaders across more than 30 countries, and is one of the largest studies of its kind. It makes positive reading. CIOs are becoming increasingly important to their organisations. More than half of CIOs hold executive posts, with a seat at the ‘top table’, and 44% of organisations now report that they have a CIO, up from just 11% in 2005.
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