Building a Trusted Ecosystem for Technology Thought Leaders

H. Michael Burgett
Contributing Writer

As the founder and publisher of The National CIO Review®, I would like thank each of our 32,000+ subscribers for your continued readership of the fastest-growing publication for technology executives and those interested in this sector.

Many of you may know me as the founder of CIO Partners®, the industry-leading executive search firm for technology leaders. Before starting that organization in 2001, I had previously served as a technology executive and CIO.

As a young, up & coming leader, I looked forward to my monthly copies of industry-leading publications geared toward the technology leadership community. The content was well written, actionable, and simply made me a better technologist and leader. Unfortunately, over the years, these publications have lost focus and the quality of the articles has significantly declined.

I knew there had to be a better way and in 2017, we launched The National CIO Review®. Since then, we have grown to over 32,000 subscribers, launched a redesign of our website, and created a community of top-tier technology thought leaders.

As we continue to grow this eco-system, we ask that each of our subscribers create a user account to access the full benefits of the platform.

The TNCR team is excited about the upcoming content, benefits, and features we will continue to add to the platform. So that you stay on our radar, I would appreciate you updating your community profile.

In Service,

Mike

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