IBM's 2011 Global CIO study

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Heading to the clouds

IBM’s latest release of the company's CIO survey, which was released last week, confirms what many already expect: Cloud computing and the use of mobile devices are the top priorities for today’s information executives. Research group Forrester estimates those industries to grow from about $41 billion in 2011 to $241 billion in 2020.

The latest edition of IBM's ongoing C-suite Studies series reveals how CIOs from different-sized companies across the globe have become more aligned to CEOs, and are using IT innovation to drive real business results. More than just a collection of thoughts, The Essential CIO is a guide to building a smarter organization.

Register now and receive a copy of the IBM Global CIO Study at IBM Global CIO Study.

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