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The global leader in communicating with CIOs and senior IT executives, CIO magazine addresses issues vital to the success of chief information officers providing business and technology leaders with an unrivalled peer-led insight into today's technology environment and how it can assist in achieving business goals.

Available exclusively to CIO Plus members, each CIO magazine issue delivers must have information for senior IT managers and directors to help them drive the business, technology and leadership issues facing their business today.

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The Latest Issue

In this issue of CIO Magazine, we interview National Trust CIO Sarah Flannigan, catch-up with easyJet CIO Trevor Didcock. There is also a feature on the direct reports making up the management team of NHS Clinical Research Network CIO Richard Corbridge.
It’s decision time for Larry Ellison, as we delve deep into what radical changes CIOs will be expecting from inside Oracle.
The latest copy of CIO is also the antepenultimate edition distributed with our traditional subscription model before we move to our new CIO Plus membership from January 1, 2015.

PROFILES

THINGS TO DO BEFORE…
The national Trust’s Sarah Flannigan is leading its radical renovation

COME FLY WITH ME
We check in with Trevor Didcock, who tells us his plans for easyJet’s future

THE BIG STORY

WILL CUSTOMERS HAVE MERCY?
CIOs expecting radical change at Oracle

COLUMNS

KNOWLEDGE OR IPR
Keeping knowledge within an organisation

PUBLIC FOSSILISATION
Public services require honest re-evaluation

ESSENTIAL CIO MIX
The complete CIO playlist

HARRODS MASTERS RETAIL DATA
Increasing popularity of data management

BUILD FROM THE BOTTOM UP
Brands are adopting a top-down approach

THE GOOD, BAD AND RIDICULOUS
Some CIOs are failing their organisation

FEATURES

READY TO REPORT
Our round table debates whether or not the role of a CIO has a future

THE THICK OF IT
Why some IT leaders feel that they need a publicity department

THE BACK END

2014 CIO SUMMIT
Speakers share their advice

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