Business and e-Technology: CIO Website Analysis

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Business and e-Technology: CIO Website Analysis
Summary Description of Structure and Purpose
CIO.com serves as a portal for information technology professionals to a one-stop-shop for everything related to business and e-technology. The site was originally designed as an online information sharing and news magazine site but has grown beyond that initial goal to become a primary source for news, education, training, leadership, professional development, and research. The site is structured primarily categorically with over 30 subject oriented buttons (news, white papers, solutions, etc.) and a large array of tag lines for news, top stories, hot jobs, and popular white papers.
Particularly striking about the structure of the home page, and...
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.....is of great value, but the opportunity to be inspired and urged toward innovation is one of the most valuable aspects of the site.
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