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Weekly Top Reads:

Analytics, security, data privacy and IT specialization loom large for 2017. Niel Nickolaisen, Chief Technology Officer at O.C. Tanner Co, shares his CIO guide for surviving another whirlwind year.

Matt Weinberger, Sr. Tech Reporter for Business Insider, discusses how Amazon's Echo went from a smart speaker to the center of your home.

SearchCIO asked research analysts and technology professionals whether it's time for organizations to expand their C-suite to make room for a "Chief AI Officer" role to spur development of an effective artificial intelligence strategy.

Clint Boulton, Senior Writer at, shares insights from the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium on how your digital initiative’s biggest test may be measuring its success.

Tim Callahan, SVP and Global CSO at Aflac, shares his views on building resiliency against increasing threats to IT, OT and IoT.

Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers partner Mary Meeker delivers her annual rapid-fire internet trends report.

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