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Since you mentioned that you're the CIO/CTO of your house, perhaps you can explain the difference between these job roles in corporate America? They seem somewhat redundant to me ... except that in IBM there is only one CIO (as far as I know) whereas each large division has a CTO (e.g. Rational, S&D Retail industry, etc.)

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IBM has a CIO and - at least for the Software Group, each division has a CTO (and there's a CTO for the SWG at large). This is a gross simplification, but in most companies, the CIO drives the technology for internal systems, whereas the CTO drives the technology for outwardly-facing products.

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