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(computer science) a program that controls a display for the user (usually on a computer monitor) and that allows the user to interact with the system

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CXO Media also publishes CIO, launched in 1987, and CSO, launched in 2002.
Addressing the increasing global visibility of product lifecycle management (PLM) among CXOs, UGS Chairman, CEO and President Tony Affuso plans to highlight the "game-changing" role of PLM as an enterprise strategy and innovation driver at the CIO Perspectives(R) on Enterprise Value conference to be held Feb.
With CXO Mobile we're equipping sales and customer service teams worldwide with enterprise wide information access to make informative decisions, hold engaging customer conversations, and close more deals faster - anywhere, anytime on any mobile device.
CIO and CSO magazines are published by CXO Media Inc.
The nation's security chiefs are being called to secure our country's physical and cyber assets, marking a period of unprecedented pressure," says Walter Manninen, President and CEO of CXO Media.
the global business advisory firm dedicated to helping organizations protect and enhance their enterprise value, today announced that it has acquired substantially all of the assets of CXO, L.
CXO Systems, a leader in real-time risk and operational intelligence software, today announced that software industry veteran Gerald Labie has joined the company as president and chief executive officer.
CIO Leadership Conference speakers possess demonstrated and remarkable leadership abilities which they want to share with tomorrow's technology leaders," says Jennifer Richards, senior vice president, Executive Programs, CXO Media Inc.
Jay Allen is the founder of CXO and is closely tied to executives from major corporations throughout the Rocky Mountain region.
The Registry(TM) includes over 2 million significant business and professional recognitions, including all those included in Baltimore SmartCEO's Smart CXO Awards: Baltimore's 2011 Winners list.
Successful leaders surround themselves with the best team possible and work continuously to bring that team to greater heights," adds Mark Hall, general manager of the CIO Executive Council and CIO of CXO Media (parent company of CIO magazine and the council).
Magazines that have recently closed include: CIO Enterprise, produced by CXO Media (Framingham, NA); Information World Review, published since 1987 by Information Today (Medford, NJ); The Florist, from Extra Touch Florist Association (Livonia, MI); Art Trends, produced by Hobby Publications (Manalapan, NJ); Industrial Computing, published by ISA Services (Triangle Park, NC); CPCU Journal, an insurance title from the CPCU Society (Malvern, PA); Magazine & Bookseller, produced by North American Publishing (Philadelphia, PA); and Athletic Turf, a landscape title from Advanstar Communications (Cleveland, OH).
IDG's CXO Media, publisher of CIO and CSO magazines and events, announces the launch of "Business Continuity 2007: Building the Resilient Enterprise," being held July 17-18, 2007 in New York City.