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Chip Shot: Intel's Kim Stevenson Named Most Social CIO on Twitter

With CIOs emerging as influential leaders in the business world, social media is an increasingly vital tool for those who need to stay current on trends and share valuable insight on the intersection of technology and business. In recognition of being a strong proponent of the power of social media, Intel CIO Kim Stevenson has been named a 2014 Top 100 Most Social CIO on Twitter by Vala Afshar, Huffington Post contributor and CMO at Extreme Networks. The ranking was determined by a combination of factors including Kim’s tweet content and volume, number of followers, and other metrics determined by social media influence score providers.

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