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Carol Ko | Sept. 25, 2008
The annual issue of MIS100 has now hit desks in a week of global fears about banks and baby milk powder.

The annual issue of MIS100 the edition of MIS Asia magazine which highlights Asias top IT users has now hit desks in a week of global fears about banks and baby milk powder.

But, for CIOs, US bank stocks and Chinese milk products are only extra reasons for them to become anxious. They have plenty of concerns relating more directly to information technology.

If you want to know their many other concerns and challenges ahead, you need to check out this years MIS100, which is designed to be a valuable reference for the next 12 months.

My regular consumption of Mengnius dairy products is a worry that I have to face, but what really matters is how you feel about our MIS 100 annual issue, which is hot off the presses. This valuable information is designed for senior IT executives and my thanks go to the thought-leading organisations who worked with us to produce this for you.

So, have you gone though the 128 pages of MIS100 yet? How do you find MIS100 2008? Does it meet your expectations? Have you benefitted from the stories from your peers in Asia? Are there new imminent issues and concerns you wish to raise? Have we missed you on the list this year? What else should we do to improve the MIS 100?

With our many blogs, individual article feedback mechanisms, email and regular events, you have ample opportunities to give us your feedback and wed love to hear from you.

Here at MIS Asia, we are always striving for ongoing improvement and excellence. Do let us know your thoughts about MIS100 2008 so we can better serve you next year.

Drop us an e-mail, simply enter your comments down below, or you can even comment after any article on our web portal.

We are listening and look forward to your valuable input.

Happy reading!

Carol Ko is the Deputy Editor of MIS Asia and is chiefly responsible for covering stories of CIOs and senior IT managers in North Asia.

 

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