V3's sister title Computing has released its annual IT Leaders 100, a ranking of the top technology professionals in the UK.
Computing exists to inform, educate and sometimes even entertain today's IT Leader, whether that's the CIO, CTO, IT director, chief architect or any one of dozens of other titles. Both it and V3 speak to hundreds of IT Leaders each year, and used that expertise, coupled with our deep understanding of the issues affecting technology strategists, to build this list.
To produce the rankings Computing took into account factors like size of organisation, size of department, annual budget, duration in role and level of transformation achieved. Then, in consultation with a panel of industry experts, we undertook the incredibly arduous task of producing the final list - a job which became ever trickier the closer to the top we got.
As 2017 unfolds Computing will be adding new written interviews with those ranked on this list, and a series of videos, where we speak with some of the UK's leading IT leaders.
Do you feel that you should be on this list? Should you be placed higher? Then contact the editorial team on [email protected], and we'll arrange an interview and next year, it could be you sitting at the top.
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