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The CIO and the New Normal

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Thank you for agreeing to participate in the 2020 CanadianCIO survey. The information will be used on a confidential basis to produce a snapshot of CIO views addressing industry challenges.  After weeks where the pandemic made “getting through the next day” the priority, CIOs are now turning their attention to what the new normal might look like. That makes the 2020 CanadianCIO Census especially timely. The census covers all aspects of the CIO’s role, but we’ve added questions to the survey this year to learn from one another on how we’re dealing with the COVID-19 crisis. An exclusive participant briefing on the CIO mindset around COVID-19 will be held upon the completion of the first 100 responses. All participants will receive a copy of the completed report. Special thanks to OutSystems for sponsoring this report.

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