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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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Recent articles

Data, analytics fuel innovation at Celgene
Richard Williams, SVP and CIO at Celgene, sees IT’s role as providing effective, efficient, and innovative information and technology capabilities in service of the company’s fundamental mission—discovering and developing innovative and life-saving drugs for patients. In the new age of value-based, personalized health care, that role increasingly translates to a focus on platforms, enterprise information management, and support for collaboration across Celgene’s growing partnerships.

2 Organizations reinvent the IT footprint
Organizations are transforming their legacy core systems to enable new business capabilities and spur future growth. The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles and PayPal offer potential paths for revitalizing these essential, yet often out-of-date, business systems.

A blueprint for digital identity
Today’s increasingly digital economy still depends on physical records to establish identity, and that’s creating numerous problems. By paving the way for a global digital identity system, financial services firms stand to reap big rewards.

CIOs poised to lead enterprisewide digital transformation
Because of CIOs’ insight into IT capabilities across the enterprise, they are well-positioned to drive holistic digital transformations. To prepare for and lead digital disruption, CIOs can work to redefine the meaning and expectations of digital, connect departments and systems across the enterprise, and enable IT solutions that drive digital strategy and initiatives.

10 Behaviors for today’s successful CIOs
Martha Heller, president of Heller Search Associates, frequently speaks to CIOs about how their role is evolving beyond its traditional IT focus. CIOs increasingly view themselves as strategic business partners driving digital transformation and are adjusting their IT operating models accordingly.

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