This is a continuation of a series of posts that are looking at the confluence of changes impacting the CIO and IT leadership. Jeffrey Ton is the SVP of Corporate Connectivity and Chief Information Officer for Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana, providing vision and leadership in the continued development and implementation of the enterprise-wide information technology and marketing portfolios, including applications, information & data management, infrastructure, security and telecommunications.
Dear Abby: I am a 65-year-old woman, attractive and lonely.
In fact, according to the American Sexual Health Association, 1 in 6 individuals in the United States between the ages of 14 and 49 has genital herpes (HSV-2).
Because you are hesitant about when to reveal your status, please visit the ASHA website (ashasexualhealth.org). It includes a section on relationships, suggestions about when to tell someone, how to talk to a partner, reactions to expect, etc.
By the time I was done, they were all laughing because they realized those comments were from BOTH sides of the ocean.
“We work harder than they do”, “They don’t know what I do”, “They are always on break”, “They don’t respect me” and more.
Another website that has been mentioned in my column before is
It offers a free dating service through which thousands of men and women meet. Carolyn Hax: Niece cares for sibling at expense of social life Dear Abby: I recently moved to a new area of my state.
Instead, I would like to focus on the business relationship.
The age of the CIO that sits in her office behind multiple layers of security and controls access to all of the company’s computing environment is long gone (actually it NEVER should have existed, but then we wouldn't have had to read all those articles about business and IT alignment).
Today’s CIO must be actively involved with running the business.