CIO may refer to:
The Revolt of the Ciompi was a rebellion among unrepresented labourers which occurred in Florence, Italy from 1378 to 1382. Those who revolted consisted of artisans, labourers, and craftsmen who did not belong to any guilds and were therefore unable to participate in the Florentine government.
Ciomadul is a volcano in Romania. In Hungarian it is known as Csomád. It is in the Carpathians, close to the towns of Băile Tușnad and Bixad.
Cioppino is a fish stew originating in San Francisco, California. It is considered an Italian-American dish, and is related to various regional fish soups and stews of Italian cuisine.
CIOPORA is the International Community of Breeders of Asexually Reproduced Ornamental and Fruit Varieties (French – Communauté Internationale des Obtenteurs de Plantes Ornamentales et Frutières à Reproduction Asexuée, German - Internationale Gemeinschaft der Züchter vegetativ vermehrbarer Zier- und Obstpflanzen, Spanish - Comunidad Internacional de Fitomejoradores de Plantas ornamentales y frutales de reproducción asexuada).
Ciona intestinalis (sometimes known by the common name of vase tunicate) is an ascidian (sea squirt), a tunicate with very soft tunic.
CIOO-FM is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 100.1 FM in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The station uses the on-air brand name C100. It was owned by Toronto based CHUM Limited until that company's buy-out by CTVglobemedia in 2007, and then Bell Media in 2011. CIOO's studios are located at the intersection of Russell and Agricola Streets in Halifax (right behind TV sister CJCH), with its transmitter located on Washmill Lake Drive in Clayton Park.
CIO-Plus is a movement which is coined by Peter High, a columnist for Forbes and author of the book World Class IT, which signifies the growing trend that chief information officers, usually the heads of the IT function of companies, are increasingly taking on titles in addition to "chief information officer", such as "chief innovation officer", "chief improvement officer", "head of business transformation" and "Senior Vice President – Technology, Logistics and Customer Service".
Ciona is a genus of sea squirts in the family Cionidae.
CIO was founded in 1987 in Framingham, Massachusetts, to serve executives and technology decision makers in the information technology field and the burgeoning role of Chief Information Officer.