We are making some positive changes to CIN -- The CIO Information Network -- that should result in a more active and vibrant online community of CIOs, IT directors and other enterprise IT execs, and managers.
One shift has already occurred: CIN's articles and columns no longer require a membership sign-on to access and read. Instead, all editorial content is open for reading by all levels of IT executives and managers.
We've also launched, this week, a new and improved CIN discussion area with easier-to-use message-board software. These forums, also open to all levels of IT management, are your best place to ask peers your pressing IT management questions, share info on security, hardware, software and career concerns, and offer opinions on the latest industry trends or news.
For veteran CIN posters and new forum participants alike, the switch to the new forum platform requires you to complete a quick, automated sign-up to obtain a fresh logon password. Sign up and visit the new CIN discussion area here.
With these changes, we hope you find reading CIN to be a more streamlined activity and the online discussions forums to be more robust and informative.
Thanks for reading,
David Aponovich, Senior Editor, CIN