Did you know that only 10 percent of the chief information officers (CIOs) in companies in the Fortune 250 are actively using social media?

When you consider that the CIO is the person in an organisation that is directly responsible for the firm’s information technology strategy – which includes social media – and that studies have shown the vast majority of customers believe that high-level executives should be using platforms like Twitter, that’s a staggeringly disappointing statistic. But what about those CIOs who do get the importance of social media, and take a more proactive stance – how do they rank up?

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