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Chief Information Officer (CIO)

Preparing for what's next

​ CIOs rarely have time to rest. There’s always something evolving – from technology innovation and new business practices to emerging security threats and cost pressures – any one of which can have a significant impact on information technology (IT) and the entire business. To help CIOs keep pace with the latest developments and trends, we offer a mix of innovative thinking and practical advice for CIOs – all designed to help you turn new developments in the IT landscape into more value for your business.

2015 Global CIO Survey: Creating legacy

We recently embarked on a unique and personal research journey with more than 1,200 leading CIOs throughout the world. The analysis yielded important insights about how CIOs operate within the leadership ecosystems of the organizations they serve. We learned that CIOs are laser-focused on understanding how they’re creating impact today—and how they plan to deliver value in the future.

The research report reveals four key areas in which CIOs should operate to lead their organizations effectively and create successful careers:

  • Business priorities
  • Leadership and talent
  • Relationships
  • Investment priorities

Read the report to learn more about what’s top-of-mind for CIOs.


Transforming business with technology

CIOs help their organizations solve business challenges using technology. So do we. From disruptive new technologies to running a world class IT organization – and everything in between. By combining business process excellence, IT effectiveness, business transformation and business innovation – we help clients create sustainable business value.

Our services include:

  • Consulting services. As the world’s largest consulting firm, we’re helping clients take decisive action and achieve sustainable results. From analytics and customer transformation, to digital enterprises and technology consulting, we have the capabilities and experience to deliver the answers clients need to move forward with confidence.
  • Financial advisory services. We help address clients’ business concerns throughout their lifecycle – such as investigating and deterring potential fraud, providing discovery services during litigation, completing transactions and strategic investments, and preparing for reorganization.
  • Tax services. We help companies understand the tax implications of their technology investment decisions, taking into account national and international tax structures, and aligning tax functions with business objectives.
  • Risk services. By taking a Risk Intelligent approach, we help clients focus on their areas of increased risk, bridge silos to effectively manage risk across organizational boundaries, and seek not only risk mitigation, but also pursue intelligent risk taking as a means to value creation.

Insights from Deloitte

Published by The Wall Street Journal and sponsored by Deloitte, CIO Journal is a premium news and information service for chief information officers and senior business executives interested in technology. In addition to news and reporting from WSJ’s dedicated staff of tech journalists, and aggregated news from Dow Jones, CIO Journal features daily insights and analysis from Deloitte in a dedicated content module.

CIO Journal is accessible to all WSJ digital edition subscribers. Interested readers may opt-in to receive The Morning Download, a digest of the day’s top CIO Journal stories, including a featured story from Deloitte, delivered every weekday. Read the latest Deloitte insights in CIO Journal.

Dbriefs Webcasts for Technology Executives

Anticipating tomorrow's complex issues and new strategies is a challenge, and with technology constantly changing it can be difficult to keep up. Stay ahead of the technology curve with Dbriefs - live webcasts that provide valuable insights on current developments that could affect your business.

View the schedule of upcoming webcasts.

Related Tech Trends 2016

Right-speed IT: Living between black and white
Separating “innovation” from “maintenance” can be bad for IT morale. Forward-thinking CIOs are embracing delivery models that distribute agile experience more evenly across teams, seeking to optimize enterprise IT at a speed that’s right for the entire IT organization. Read more in the Tech Trends 2016.

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Karen Mazer

Principal | US CIO Program Co-lead


Peter Vanderslice

US Technology Transformation Leader


Ted DeZabala

Principal, Deloitte US Risk Advisory practice


Khalid Kark

US CIO Program Research Leader