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IT pros reveal their 2015 regrets and resolutions for 2016

When reflecting on 2015, IT professionals are bound to have some regrets. In this #CIOChat recap, participants share their biggest 2015 regrets and resolutions for 2016.

When looking back on 2015, was there anything that you wish you had done differently? Were there any missed opportunities?...

Chances are the answer is "yes," but you're not alone. CIOs and IT professionals have the tough job of making sure technologies, teams and businesses run as smoothly as possible, which involves a lot of uncertainties and can result in a few less-than-stellar outcomes. But as the saying goes, we learn from our mistakes.

In SearchCIO's end-of-year #CIOChat on Twitter, participants divulged some of their biggest IT regrets from 2015, but they didn't stop there; they were also happy to share some of their top IT resolutions for 2016. Their goals for this year include everything from increased innovation and better C-suite collaboration to "thinking like a startup." How do your IT regrets and resolutions compare? Check out our Storify recap of our recent chat, "IT regrets and resolutions 2016."

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What 2015 regrets and resolutions for 2016 do you have?
Good to see people recognizing the importance of engaging IT directly as a business partner.
Yes, mcorum, that's good to see! As we've covered here on SearchCIO, closing the IT-business gap is key to success in a digital economy (