Careers Slideshow: CIOs on Twitter: What R U Waiting For?

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 10-18-2010

Unfettered Access

More than half of respondents say their enterprise has no restrictions against Twitter access.

Unfettered Access

Little Oversight

Less than a quarter (22 percent) of respondents say their companies manage employee Twitter use.

Little Oversight

Is it a Time-Waster?

The perception of Twitter being a "timewaster" is hindering its adoption among CIOs, respondents believe.

Is it a Time-Waster?

Twitters Biggest Hurdle?

30 percent of respondents say it's the inability to measure ROI that is the biggest hurdle in using the site.

Twitters Biggest Hurdle?

LinkedIn Versus Twitter

Nearly half (47 percent) of respondents say that they use LinkedIn more often than Twitter. Just 1% of CIOs say they are not on LinkedIn.

LinkedIn Versus Twitter

Facebook Versus Twitter

Facebook is used more often than Twitter by 35 percent of respondents.

Facebook Versus Twitter

Facebook Versus Twitter

22 percent of respondents say they don't use Facebook; all of these particular respondents say they use Twitter.

Facebook Versus Twitter

Blogging Versus Twitter

A whopping 61 percent of respondents say they Tweet more than they blog.

Blogging Versus Twitter

Mobile Tweeting

44 percent of CIOs surveyed say they access Twitter via a mobile device while they're on-the-go.

Mobile Tweeting

Twitter No Threat?

Only 12 percent of CIOs who use Twitter say that privacy and security is a concern.

Twitter No Threat?