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Published by The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) 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.

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Nature and Nurture: Shaping CIO legacy
A growing number of CIOs actively consider the value of their legacies in their current positions and in their overall careers. But what shapes legacy in the midst of ongoing change and disruption? Deloitte Consulting LLP’s CIO Program research has uncovered three major factors—a combination of heritable and honed skills—that play a role.

Newly formed HP Inc. has bold IT vision
Following the historic separation of Hewlett-Packard into two separate companies, HP Inc. is concentrating on delivering innovative personal systems and printing products. As part of his vision of a nimble, customer-focused IT organization, CIO Naresh Shanker is challenging teams to develop iterative solutions and services that can scale up over time and enable interoperability across multiple operating system platforms.

A New Value-Driven Approach to IT Investing
Traditional methods of accounting for IT expenditures can hamstring CIOs’ efforts to procure the best technologies for their organizations. A new approach to IT investing called zero-based architecture may help CIOs to redirect the conversation away from accounting and toward value.

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