“It used to be being a CIO meant making sure your IT staff down in the basement had enough Twinkies and Mountain Dew. But boy has that changed,” began Wayne Brown, VP or IT and CIO at Excelsior College in his session at the Campus Technology Conference in Boston on what it takes to be a CIO in 2016.

According to Brown, who also created the Center for Higher Education CIO Studies, Inc., (CHECS) while little has changed in terms of the gender and ethnicity of a CIO—white male over 51 years-old with an advanced degree who’s planning on...

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