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The CIO 100 is compiled each year to reveal the most transformative CIOs in the UK business economy. CIOs that are driving business change, process improvement, enabling greater collaboration and innovating in new market opportunities join this exclusive group each year. The technology strategies of the CIOs and their achievements and ambitions towards transformation are judged in comparison to their IT sourcing strategies and vendor influence.
The CIOs with the most transformative vision are also judged on their place within the business; and whether they put technology into the board level position and discussion.
After university Mark became the News Editor of a motorsports magazine before his interest in technology overtook racing drivers and he joined Sky TV's science and technology channel. At Sky Mark edited the consumer website, which led to a stint producing television items. He then travelled abroad and worked as a journalist for two years. Returning to Great Britain he became News Editor of publishing industry title Information World Review which he went on to edit before joining CIO in January 2008 as Online Editor. Mark became Editor in Chief in September 2010.
Edward is the Online Editor of CIO UK with a particular interest in covering digital strategy, leadership, culture, and diversity.
Having previously worked for CIO UK's sister titles Computerworld UK and Techworld, Edward is also a former Press Association sports journalist and was a sub-editor for once state-of-the-art digital interactive service Teletext; as such he likes to wait for up to 30 seconds for web pages to load, and prefers to deal with eight colours and 40 x 24 character grids.