Launched in the spring of 2021, the CIO Confidence Index is a quarterly flash poll that takes the pulse of U.S.-based CIOs, CISOs and CTOs on the state of business, automation, digitalization and security strategies—and how they see these matters evolving over the coming months. The results help identify broader industry trends and provide valuable peer-to-peer insights and perspective sharing.
Participation in the poll is reserved exclusively for CIOs, CISOs and Senior IT executives at U.S. companies across all sectors and sizes—and is on an invitation-basis. The poll is not open to all or made available at large on the internet.
Within 72 hours of fielding, the data is analyzed and aggregated to anonymize responses to allow participants to share their perspective in a respectful, truthful, unbiased and collegial setting. The results are released on StrategicCIO360.com as soon as the following week, thus making for an ultra-timely assessment of CIO sentiment.
For more information about the Index and the different research programs we conduct, please contact our research team at research@StrategicCIO360.com.
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