CIO magazine has named Microsoft Chief Information Officer Tony Scott to its Hall of Fame for his vision and leadership in information technology. The CIO Hall of Fame honors those who have “profoundly shaped the technology-enabled business landscape.” “It’s pretty amazing to me to be joining these ranks,” Scott said. Scott is second Microsoft leader to be inducted. In 2007, CIO also named Chief Operating Officer Kevin Turner to its Hall of Fame. Scott also joins several of his mentors, including Ralph Szygenda, his former boss at General Motors Corp. Scott was one of six chosen from a pool of 20 finalists, all current or former CIOs who have helped make “the CIO profession what it is today,” the magazine wrote.
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