10 CIOs you should follow on Twitter today
As a tech exec, your online presence can be a good way to learn about new ideas, grow your community and staff as well as solve problems quickly.
To help you out--whether you're a social media maven or a Twitter newbie--we've rounded up some key CIO and tech leaders to follow on Twitter.
Some of these individuals have been mentioned in other lists, such as CMO Vala Afshar's "100 Most Social CIOs on Twitter," while others have been flying below the radar.
Overall, we looked for CIOs with helpful, fun, inspiring and technology-focused tweets to help you navigate the tech world and the C-suite, and sorted them by industry.
Tom Catalini: CIO of Boston's Museum of Fine Arts
"You cannot remember later what you do not pay attention to now. "— Tom Catalini (@tomcatalini) March 27, 2014
Bask Iyer--CIO of Juniper Networks
Michael Giresi--CIO of Tory Burch
Jonathan Reichental: CIO of Palo Alto, California
Social networking in local government? Join me at the TLG conference in Denver: http://t.co/WL3AnI6pHx (Link directs to paper too).— Jonathan Reichental (@Reichental) March 22, 2014
Kristin Russell--CIO and Secretary of Technology for the State of Colorado
Innovation is more about understanding anthropology than technology.— Kristin Russell (@KristinDRussell) January 14, 2014
Stuart Appley--CIO of Shorenstein
Fred Miller--CIO of Furman University
Arun Manansingh--CIO of The Rishi Venture Group
A great list of fellow CIO bloggers. http://t.co/twBet6x4iH— Arun Manansingh (@solus72) September 25, 2013
Sue Schade--CIO of University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers
Ralph Johnson--CIO and Vice President of Quality at Franklin Community Health Network
A single EMR database or physician adoption? If I can't get both I will opt for the latter any day.— Ralph Johnson (@RalphJohnsonII) November 16, 2012