EY Wins Coveted CIO Magazine Award

Ernst & Young was named to the top 50 list of the most impressive intranet sites by CIO magazine.

The Web Business 50/50 Award annually honors the top 50 Internet and intranet sites in the marketplace for the best use of technology and design that reflects the organization's goals. More than 200 intranet sites were reviewed by the judges, according to the magazine.

Cited specifically in the honor was the firm's KnowledgeWeb, or its knowledge management system. More than 77,000 members of the firm have access to dynamic information, including best practices, industry news, client work and publication articles.

EY also was honored in April as the outstanding information security organization of the year by the Information Systems Security Association.

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