My sense is there are proportionally more CIOs in higher education as this interview with Univerity of Oregon CIO Melissa Woo would suggest. It also says women make better or more empathetic leaders. The same author, Enterasys CMO Val Afshar, also published a list of the top 50 social CIOs and 14 are women.
"More IT executives care about the IT-marketing relationship than marketers do: 77 percent of CIOs believe there's a need for alignment between marketing and IT, but only 56 percent of CMOs feel the same way."
is it to transition 350 of a planned 1,000+ employees to an efficient, agile,
responsive, secure, mobile, recoverable virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI)? One that can be customized for individual end
users, and managed centrally by a state government agency with limited
financial and labor resources?