Apr 14, 2020

Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta
Atlanta, GA, USA

The CIO Atlanta Summit is a chance for CIOs and IT executives in Atlanta to meet with technology peers from various industries, including, but not limited to, health care, finance, insurance, government, telecom, utilities and education. This summit features engaging Keynote Speeches, CIO Think Tanks, Thought Leadership workshops and Analyst Q&As on the latest technology topics and trends. Open discussions and networking time give attending CIOs and technology executives the opportunity to discuss common problems, and discover new and innovative solutions. Attendees will leave the event with new business contacts and new ideas on how to move their businesses forward.

 
 

Apr. 23, 2020

Gaucho Tower Bridge
London, UK

 
 

Apr 28, 2020

Digital Event
Digital Event,

It's no secret that Big Data is a big deal, but just how big is it? Some estimates show that while we have a massive 2 Zettabytes under collective corporate management, that this represents one ten thousandth of a percent of the data that has been created. Fortunately those other "nexus" technologies are providing the opportunity to make use of these untapped data resources - mobile is providing a ubiquitous input channel, cloud a dynamically scalable processing capability, and social the community involvement to process and find value.

Takeaways:

  • Understand how big Big Data really is and where the value to your organization lies
  • Learn what problems Big Data solves and how it achieves value
  • Be challenged to think about the future of Big Data in your organization

 
  • CIO, SVP/VP Information Security
  • Cross-industry, including health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance, finance and more
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: $2 billion+
 

May 05, 2020

Digital Event
Digital Event,

Mobility security is the next form of security in the digital landscape. As users continue to utilize mobility within operations, heightened security measures are becoming increasingly significant. MMS, SMS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth - all avenues within the mobile atmosphere that require security implementation. As cross-platform container systems continue their emergence, so do exploitations within the mobile atmosphere. CIO's & CISO's need to validate security measures and incorporate these measures within their IT risk profile.

Takeaways:

  • Identify mobility enterprise security as mobile devices become prominent within enterprises
  • Evaluate avenues of mobile data risk and any exploitations associated with mobility
  • Implementation measures on how to mitigate mobile security

 
  • CIO, SVP/VP Information Security
  • Cross-industry, including health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance, finance and more
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: $2 billion+
 

May 5, 2020


San Jose, USA

 
 

May 5, 2020


San Jose, USA

 
 

May 06, 2020

Digital Event
Digital Event,

Mobile devices and mobile technologies are, by this point no longer a shiny new technology and are firmly becoming established as a core component of enterprise IT, facilitating email, calendaring, and equivalent capabilities for road warriors and desk jockeys alike. This first wave of mobile adoption though will seem inconsequential in the face of the tsunami that will follow closely afterwards as enterprises begin to look to mobile platforms to deliver technology solutions that could never even be envisioned before. As mobile become the default technology platform for the energy industry, energy IT leaders must invest in the skills and tools necessary to ride the wave rather than be swept under.

Takeaways:

  • Mobile devices are not just about convenience; they are about delivering new capabilities that couldn't be managed previously on a technology platform
  • All phases of the O&G industry can benefit from the adoption of mobile platforms because energy is an inherently distributed business
  • The future of mobile will be all about applications and data - development, integration, and management and the skills will need to be found

 
  • CIO, SVP/VP Information Security
  • Cross-industry, including health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance, finance and more
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: $2 billion+
 

May 07, 2020

Digital Event
Digital Event,

As 'Cloud' technology continues its integration within traditional IT infrastructure systems, marketplaces for service providers allow users to directly compare services. Providing a digital marketplace where public organizations can identify services allow UK's G-Cloud to impact the way the public sector buys commodity IT services. While the numbers behind G-Cloud speak for themselves, implementing and scaling this public sector procurement solution can be difficult across Europe. Understanding this landscape allows us to generate insight into the direction of cloud service providers. UK CIO's need to remain vigilant in how this framework will transition across Europe.

Takeaways:

  • G-Cloud as a marketplace is a well adopted across UK
  • The framework behind G-Cloud's success will be implemented across Europe
  • Continued research and development behind G-Cloud frameworks will provide insight as to G-Cloud Europe rollout

 
  • CIO, SVP/VP Information Security
  • Cross-industry, including health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance, finance and more
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: $2 billion+
 

May 12, 2020

Digital Event
Digital Event,

An interconnected enterprise directly connects its employees, partners and customers to what they need, in the right context, using the devices, channels and services. The result: extraordinary experiences for your customers, high engagement for your employees, top value for your shareholders and exponential growth for your business.

Takeaways:

  • Organizations today are increasingly focused on achieving growth through new products, services, and markets in an ever-evolving digital economy
  • The rate of business change today is accelerating and technology leaders need to differentiate themselves by reimagining their approach
  • Enterprise that embrace advanced interconnection strategies are discovering that the challenges of growth, speed, scale, security, and engagement can be effectively addressed

 
  • CIO, SVP/VP Information Security
  • Cross-industry, including health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance, finance and more
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: $2 billion+
 

May 19, 2020


Amsterdam, Netherlands

 
 

May 19, 2020


Washington, USA

 
 

May 19, 2020


Washington, USA

 
 

May 20, 2020

Digital Event
Digital Event,

Each era of the digital economy has introduced innovations that fostered new forms of interaction; we've gone from connecting machines and people so they can share information to online collaboration and real-time participation. Just as PCs, networks, and Web apps revolutionized previous digital eras, interconnection is this era's game-changer. An interconnected enterprise directly connects its employees, partners and customers to what they need, in the right context, using the devices, channels and services. The result: extraordinary experiences for your customers, high engagement for your employees, top value for your shareholders and exponential growth for your business.

Takeaways:

  • Organizations today are increasingly focused on achieving growth through new products, services, and markets in an ever-evolving digital economy
  • The rate of business change today is accelerating and technology leaders need to differentiate themselves by reimagining their approach
  • Enterprises that embrace advanced interconnection strategies are discovering that the challenges of growth, speed, scale, security, and engagement can be effectively addressed

 
  • CIO, SVP/VP Information Security
  • Cross-industry, including health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance, finance and more
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: $2 billion+
 

May 28, 2020

Digital Event
Digital Event,

The Internet of Things (IoT) is moving from being Science Fiction, to be Science Fact as sensors are being imbedded in everything, and ubiquitous wireless networks are facilitating constant communications. Value driven use cases are being made, but in many cases are far and few between and so CIOs evaluating this paradigm shift are left to wonder whether this is something they should drive, should enable, should control, or should ignore. CIOs need to begin taking action now to embrace the changes that can be wrought by IoT, not for the benefit of the IT department, but as value generators for the organization as a whole.

Takeaways:

  • Understand the two broad uses cases – Information & Analysis, and Automation & Control
  • Learn about the specific ways that IoT can drive enterprise growth
  • Determine the changes needed within the IT department to prepare it to leverage the value and power of IoT

 
  • CIO, SVP/VP Information Security
  • Cross-industry, including health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance, finance and more
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: $2 billion+
 

Jun 01, 2020

Digital Event
Digital Event,

Leveraging DevOps to enhance the entire delivery pipeline is becoming increasingly important within the technology landscape as the incorporation of hybridized systems allow for improved deployment frequency. Cross functional integration acts as the forefront of business development and growth, yet complexity behind implementation of this is a challenge for Senior Executives in balancing multiple departments. Enterprises need to assess, and continue research within the DevOps landscape. To mitigate this, C-Suite executives need to appoint a direct team and manage execution.

Takeaways:

  • Develop insight on utilizing DevOps to enhance the delivery pipeline
  • Hybridized systems allow for improved deployment frequency
  • Generate insight behind DevOps implementation

 
  • CIO, SVP/VP Information Security
  • Cross-industry, including health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance, finance and more
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: $2 billion+
 

Jun 11, 2020

Digital Event
Digital Event,

Data center clustering is a collection of data centers designed to provide uninterrupted access to data, enterprise wide. As enterprises expand in size the bandwidth behind the inflows and outflows of data need to be mitigated to ensure both speed, and quality. As these assets continue to move to the cloud and be transferred into hybrid systems, there is an even greater need for strategic approaches to securing applications and data. Linking these together, Data Center & Cloud, allows for an expanded arsenal in both defense, and interconnectivity. CISO's and CIO's need to understand the risk profile within their parameters as well as influences on OPEX and CAPEX prior to integration.

Takeaways:

  • The Data center clustering model allows for uninterrupted access enterprise wide
  • As enterprises continue to utilize hybridized systems, the need for strategic deployment needs to be visited
  • Develop insight on current enterprises risk profile, tolerance, and influences on OPEX and CAPEX

 
  • CIO, SVP/VP Information Security
  • Cross-industry, including health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance, finance and more
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: $2 billion+
 

Jun 17, 2020

Digital Event
Digital Event,

On the surface hybrid clouds seem to offer the best of both worlds by marrying the best of public and private, and minimizing their worst. But this isn?t necessarily the case and in many ways hybrid can be seen as nothing more than a compromise solution that compromises all the benefits of the cloud. The key for enterprises when selecting a cloud model is to look at the big picture and build a strategy that leverages strengths, minimizes weaknesses, and is built for the long term.

Takeaways:

  • The promise of the public cloud lies in its flexibility, cost-effectiveness and ease of use but it brings with it a loss of control
  • Private clouds all but guarantee data privacy and protection but carry significantly bigger price tags and negative impacts of accessibility
  • Hybrid clouds allow enterprises to mix and match to get the right cost vs. security balance but ratchet management complexity up to all new levels

 
  • CIO, SVP/VP Information Security
  • Cross-industry, including health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance, finance and more
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: $2 billion+
 

Jun 25, 2020

Digital Event
Digital Event,

The switch to an Agile software development methodology has been nothing short of spectacular for those organizations that have fully embraced the approach - Salesforce.com reports a 94% increase in overall productivity and a 500% increase in customer satisfaction.

Takeaways:

  • Rather than be blind-sided by a production driven switch to Agile, IT departments must make the shift first to prepare for the rest of the organization
  • A shift to Agile methodologies will require significant changes in the processes and the people within the organization at all levels and in all groups
  • To make Agile work organizations must ensure they truly adopt Agile values rather than just Agile practices

 
  • CIO, SVP/VP Information Security
  • Cross-industry, including health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance, finance and more
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: $2 billion+
 

Jun 30, 2020

Digital Event
Digital Event,

As CIOs prepare their organizations to dive into private clouds at an increasing rate, it is very important to understand what they are and are not, and how they differ from their forbear computer models with which we are all familiar.

Takeaways:

  • Private clouds are big and becoming bigger, but calling something a private cloud and having it actually be one are different things
  • While virtualization may be a core enabling technology of a private cloud, virtualizing an environment doesn't make it a cloud
  • True private clouds have both pros and cons in relation to other compute models; they are not the be-all and end-all and careful consideration needs to be given before pushing ahead with private cloud deployment

 
  • CIO, SVP/VP Information Security
  • Cross-industry, including health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance, finance and more
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: $2 billion+
 

Jul 06, 2020

Digital Event
Digital Event,

Enterprise IT is changing; no longer can organizations simply rely on old school "systems of record", they are increasingly pressured to implement new school "systems of engagement". These two computing paradigms are radically different however and the hybridized computing environment they create looks nothing like what most IT departments are familiar with, and nothing like what they know how to integrate, operate, and manage. To address this shortfall in ability in the face of this monumental and sweeping change, more and more enterprises are realizing they must turn to sourcing partners who can help them not just adopt and integrate these disparate platforms, but use them to revolutionize and transform their businesses.

Takeaways:

  • To be successful in today's dynamic market environment organizations must adopt new engagement-focused technologies
  • These tools are nothing like what has gone before and adopting, integrating, and leveraging them is overwhelming many IT groups
  • Using experienced partners is the key to success in this new world of hybridized computing platforms

 
  • CIO, SVP/VP Information Security
  • Cross-industry, including health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance, finance and more
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: $2 billion+
 

10 Jul, 2020


Dublin, Ireland

 
 

Jul 15, 2020

Convene (730 Third Avenue)
New York, NY, USA

The CIO Manufacturing Summit brings together CIOs and IT executives to discuss the changing landscape of manufacturing, as well as how technology can bolster growth opportunities within organizations. Through agenda sessions that create opportunities for in-depth conversations, attendees discuss technology topics and trends, sharing best practices, lessons learned and recent projects in an exclusive business setting. The summit is a unique opportunity to connect with peers and learn about the latest technology solutions.

 

Agenda Topics:

  • Manufacturing IT Risk Mgmt and Cost Optimization
  • Avoiding Supply Disruptions when Outsourcing
  • Do We Need a National Manufacturing Strategy?
  • The Real Costs of Outsourcing
  • Talent Retention and Dev. - The Growing Skills Gap
  • Re-Mapping the Supply Chain Model

Target Profile:

  • Automotive
  • Aerospace
  • Chemical
  • Electronics
  • Food & Beverage
  • Industrial
  • Medical
  • Textiles

Past and/or Invited Companies:

  • Alliant Techsystems (ATK)
  • Apple
  • Coach
  • Coca-Cola
  • Colgate-Palmolive
  • Dow Chemical
  • General Motors
  • Intuitive Surgical
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Mattel Inc.
  • Polaris Industries
  • Western Digital
 

Jul 15, 2020


New York, USA

 
 

Jul 15, 2020


New York, USA

The CIO Healthcare Summit will bring together more than 50 CIOs and IT executives representing national healthcare systems in an effort to explore the ins and outs of the HITECH Act, including meaningful use, EMR/EHR adoption, and other HIT-related topics. Along with technology analysts and solution providers, event attendees will have an opportunity to have in-depth discussions around the changes occurring in the healthcare sector, and how technology can help ease the transition from healthcare's current state to a better, more cost effective approach. The event is a unique opportunity for attendees to connect with new and former contacts as well as learn about technology solutions that can help their organizations become more efficient, meet new compliance rules, and more.

 

Agenda Topics:

  • The Implementation of ICD-10-CM
  • What Every CIO Needs to Know about Smartphones & Tablets
  • Can the Future of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) be found in the Cloud?
  • HIE Security & HIE Strategy
  • Mobile Technology and mHealth Solutions
  • Has Your Data Been Breached?
  • Clinical Innovation, Collaboration, and Value Creation in the Healthcare Community

Target Profile:

  • Profit and Non-profit National Healthcare Organizations
  • Senior Living Organizations
  • Academic Medical Centers
  • Clinical Centers

Past and/or Invited Companies:

  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Coventry Health Care
  • The Ottawa Hospital
  • Sonora Quest Laboratories
  • Bay Cove Human Services
  • Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center
  • Enloe Medical Center
  • Trinity Health
  • Alameda County Medical Center
  • Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science
  • UCLA Health Sciences
 

Jul 27, 2020

Digital Event
Digital Event,

Cloud has changed the way we build back-end systems, mobility has changed the way we build the front end too, and now the combination of Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and Software Defined Networking (SDN) is going to change the way we build networks. By allowing for the separation of control plane and data plane while simultaneously migrating both of those pieces to inexpensive commodity hardware we allow for the creation of more redundant, more dynamic, more efficient, and far less costly networks, eliminating a major bottle-neck to IT and service innovation.

 
  • CIO, SVP/VP Information Security
  • Cross-industry, including health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance, finance and more
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: $2 billion+
 

Aug 07, 2020

Digital Event
Digital Event,

Business Process as a Service is dependent on related services (SaaS), (PaaS), (IaaS), these services are then utilized to aid in the automation of critical business processes influencing productivity. BPaaS systems can streamline processes, however it is dependent on related services, and must have a well-defined interface. BPaaS can also reduce labor count through automation by adhering to cloud computing's traditional monthly pricing schedule. Implementation of this service is challenging because it relies on dependent services. The challenge arises in assessing three significant transformations: buyer transformation, service provider transformation, and vendor transformation. Great implementation begins with C-suite understanding, integration, and communication.

Takeaways:

  • Implementation is dependent on alternate software services
  • Understanding related services can provide insight into effective BPaaS utilization
  • Understanding enterprise transformations when transitioning to BPaaS

 
  • CIO, SVP/VP Information Security
  • Cross-industry, including health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance, finance and more
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: $2 billion+
 

Aug 14, 2020

Digital Event
Digital Event,

More enterprises are adopting hybridized systems utilizing cloud backup technologies. Determining the right cloud backup solution for an enterprise can be challenging, also determining which cloud platform is best for your IT infrastructure comes as an additional challenge. Enterprises need to first identify the overall system infrastructure and determine the proper cloud orchestration integration model. Then, internal security testing needs to be implemented to validate both security and functionality. Security, integration, and validation are the key components in powering the successful, more importantly 'secure' cloud backup.

Takeaways:

  • Identify the proper cloud orchestration integration model for your enterprise
  • Assess internal security measures, risk tolerance, and implementation strategy
  • Ensuring security behind implementation is critical

 
  • CIO, SVP/VP Information Security
  • Cross-industry, including health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance, finance and more
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: $2 billion+
 

Aug 21, 2020

Digital Event
Digital Event,

Hybridized IT infrastructure systems allow enterprises the capacity to merge both private and on premise IT infrastructure systems with co-located/cloud solutions. Ensuring security, scalability, and seamless integration are critical challenges when architecting such systems. CISO's and CIO's need to understand integral applications of public cloud, and how to properly evaluate the architectural structure for their enterprise.

Takeaways:

  • Hybridized IT Ecosystems continue to emerge and expand throughout the enterprise landscape
  • Various IT Infrastructure frameworks need to be revisited in determining the proper Hybrid IT solution
  • Insight in determining enterprise integration for a secure hybrid IT solution
 

 
  • CIO, SVP/VP Information Security
  • Cross-industry, including health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance, finance and more
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: $2 billion+
 

Aug 25, 2020

Digital Event
Digital Event,

Digitization is the process of connecting multi-platform digital devices. As enterprises continue their digital transition, interconnecting multiplatform applications continues as a challenge, especially automating the process to provide a deliverable service. Understanding convergence, coordination, and identifying the core strategic drivers of the enterprise will aid in this enablement.

Takeaways:

  • As digitalization increases, security around these parameters need to increase
  • Develop insight on effective automation strategies to deliver secure interconnectivity
  • Identify core strategic drivers that will aid in enablement

 
  • CIO, SVP/VP Information Security
  • Cross-industry, including health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance, finance and more
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: $2 billion+
 

Sep 07, 2020

Digital Event
Digital Event,

SaaS can streamline processes, increase productivity, and demonstrate ROI. As enterprises continue to implement hybridized IT Infrastructures, SaaS models are becoming increasingly popular due to cost savings, and scalability. The challenge arises with assessing security (as enterprises entrust data and business processes to third party services), outages, and compliance. Continued research in these areas needs to be consistent as the software as a service landscape progresses towards saturation, and solutions need to be implemented to mitigate against security challenges.

Takeaways:

  • Develop increased depth and insight on various SaaS models
  • Develop continued insight on assessing security within the SaaS landscape
  • Maintain continued comprehension around SaaS IT models, and how they are implemented within enterprises

 
  • CIO, SVP/VP Information Security
  • Cross-industry, including health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance, finance and more
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: $2 billion+
 

10 Sep, 2020


Barcelona, Spain

 
 

Sep 16, 2020

Digital Event
Digital Event,

Social media is the least hyped and potentially least adopted of the so-called disruptive technologies, at least by enterprises in general. This doesn't mean that employees are embracing these tools personally however, nor does it mean that enterprises should continue to avoid them. The fact of the matter is social platforms allow for incredible levels of interaction that when harnessed can lead to significant creativity and productivity gains allowing enterprises that adopt and encourage the use of social collaboration platforms to be more successful than their non-social peers. But every newly adopted technology brings with it unique problems and so it is the CISOs job to provide the secure landscape within which this social collaboration, both internal and external, sanctioned and not, can occur.

Takeaways:

  • Your employees are already social whether you realize it or not, facilitate it or not so ignoring the issue only leads to greater security problems
  • Social collaboration presents a real security threat as information is more freely shared, and interactions occur outside the boundaries of enterprise control
  • Social security programs must be built in layers, addressing first unsanctioned use, then sanctioned all while differentiating between internal and external social activity

 
  • CIO, SVP/VP Information Security
  • Cross-industry, including health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance, finance and more
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: $2 billion+
 

Oct. 6, 2020


Miami, USA

 
 

Oct 08, 2020

Digital Event
Digital Event,

Each era of the digital economy has introduced innovations that fostered new forms of interaction; we've gone from connecting machines and people so they can share information to online collaboration and real-time participation. Just as PCs, networks, and Web apps revolutionized previous digital eras, interconnection is this era's game-changer. In the workplace of the future, customers, employees and partners will be dispersed over more geographic locations, using more devices and expecting more than ever, but current IT architectures that were built for a different time are in conflict with many of the core requirements of future computing. An interconnected enterprise directly connects its employees, partners and customers to what they need, in the right context, using the devices, channels and services.

Takeaways:

  • Organizations today are increasingly focused on achieving growth through new products, services, and markets in an ever-evolving digital economy
  • The rate of business change today is accelerating and technology leaders need to differentiate themselves by reimagining their approach
  • Enterprise that embrace advanced interconnection strategies are discovering that the challenges of growth, speed, scale, security, and engagement can be effectively addressed

 
  • CIO, SVP/VP Information Security
  • Cross-industry, including health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance, finance and more
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: $2 billion+
 

Oct 13, 2020

Digital Event
Digital Event,

Cloud delivered computing services, whether Software, Platform, or Infrastructure as a Service offer the potential of significant business advantages such as reduced cost and increased flexibility. These advantages however come with very real risks, chief among them security concerns and the risk of data and compliance breaches - how do you secure what you can't see, touch, and control? Combining security solutions that are tied more closely to the data that is to be protected with more comprehensive monitoring and management platforms is the key to ensuring protection in a world where the cloud simply cannot be ignored.

Takeaways:

  • Be exposed to the true security and compliance cloud threat landscape
  • Learn how successful cloud adopters have mitigated these risks
  • Discover how to build cloud protection capabilities keyed to you needs

 
  • CIO, SVP/VP Information Security
  • Cross-industry, including health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance, finance and more
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: $2 billion+
 

Oct. 22, 2020


Copenhagen, Denmark

The CIO Nordic Summit is a chance for CIOs and IT executives to meet with their technology peers from various industries, including health care, finance, insurance, government, telecom, utilities, education and more. This summit features engaging Keynote Presentations, Thought Leadership sessions, CIO Think Tanks and other educational session on the latest technology topics and trends. Open discussions and networking time give attending CIOs and technology executives the opportunity to discuss common problems and discover new and innovative solutions. Attendees will leave the event with new business contacts and new ideas on how to move their businesses forward.

 

Agenda Topics:

  • Making Innovation Real through Cloud Computing
  • Transformational Leadership
  • Positioning IT to Fuel Innovation and Accelerate Growth
  • Data Center Virtualization
  • What Every CIO Needs to Know about Securing Smartphones & Tablets
  • Realizing the Promise of the Mobile Workforce through a Mobile Device Platform

Target Profile:

  • Cross-industry, including but not limited to, health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance and finance
 

Nov. 16, 2020

Westin Kierland Resort & Spa
Scottsdale, AZ, USA

Mid-sized companies work hard to drive growth and revenue while keeping costs low, and given the precarious global economy, they're working harder than ever. The CIO Midmarket Summit will bring together CIOs and IT executives from the midmarket segment to discuss current issues and challenges, network with C-level peers and meet with leading solution providers. The summit will include representatives from health care, finance, insurance, government, telecom, utilities, education and other industries. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to address your organization's current concerns, learn about critical solutions and gain insight through the experiences and best practices of other midmarket executives.

 

Agenda Topics:

  • Security, Cloud and VDI
  • Back to Basics: Improving Efficieny and Cutting Costs
  • On-Demand (SaaS) ERP Systems
  • Creating Strategic Value with IT
  • Social Media and Digital Sales
  • Capitalizing on Complexity
  • How to Deliver IT as a Service

Target Profile:

  • Cross industry, including, but not limited to, healthcare, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance, and finance
  • Fortune 2000 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: from $200 million to $2 billion

Past and/or Invited Companies:

  • Crawford and Company
  • MAIF
  • Plum Creek Timber
  • Telephone and Data Systems Inc.
  • Bucyrus International
  • Universal Health
  • Avalonbay Communities
  • Southwestern Energy
  • Pulte Group
 

Nov. 16, 2020

Westin Kierland Resort & Spa
Scottsdale, AZ, USA

The CIO Utilities Summit will bring together C-level IT executives and innovative thinkers in the utilities industry to debate and discuss technology challenges. Networking opportunities throughout the three-day event will allow participants to share their ideas and opinions, as well as form industry contacts, all of which will help them make smart business decisions for their organization. Attendees will leave the CIO Utilities Summit with new ideas and a better knowledge of IT solutions. The event is an opportunity for executives to step away from their day-to-day tasks and examine the larger role that technology plays within their organizations.

 

Agenda Topics:

  • The Emerging Smart Grid - "Cutting Through the Hype"
  • Addressing Cybersecurity Issues in the Utility Industry
  • NES and Smart Grid v.2.0
  • Goodbye AMR, Hello AMM!
  • Work and Asset Management in a Turbulent Market
  • Smart Power Grid Security: A Unified Risk Management Approach

Target Profile:

  • Electricity
  • Oil & Gas
  • Clean Energy
  • Alternative Energy
  • Utilities Organizations
  • Energy Providers

Past and/or Invited Companies:

  • Denver Water
  • AES Corporation
  • US Gas & Electric
  • Ambit Energy
  • Allegheny Energy
  • American Electric Power
  • Pepco
  • Idaho Power Systems
  • Oncor Electric
  • Direct Energy
  • Pacific Gas & Electric
 

24 Nov, 2020


Munich, Germany

The CIO DACH Summit is a chance for CIOs and IT executives to meet with their technology peers from various industries, including health care, finance, insurance, government, telecom, utilities, education and more. This summit features engaging Keynote Presentations, Thought Leadership sessions, CIO Think Tanks and other educational session on the latest technology topics and trends. Open discussions and networking time give attending CIOs and technology executives the opportunity to discuss common problems and discover new and innovative solutions. Attendees will leave the event with new business contacts and new ideas on how to move their businesses forward.

 

Agenda Topics:

  • Making Innovation Real through Cloud Computing
  • Transformational Leadership
  • Positioning IT to Fuel Innovation and Accelerate Growth
  • Data Center Virtualization
  • What Every CIO Needs to Know about Securing Smartphones & Tablets
  • Realizing the Promise of the Mobile Workforce through a Mobile Device Platform

Target Profile:

  • Cross-industry, including but not limited to, health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance and finance

Past and/or Invited Companies:

  • Lloyd's
  • Novartis Pharmaceuticals
  • H&M
  • FTSE Company
  • Zurich Financial Services
  • Transcom
  • PayPal
  • Christian Dior
  • La Poste Group
  • Cheuvreux et associes
  • Gnrale de Sant
 

26 Nov, 2020


Brussels, Belgium

 
 

TDB 2020


Vienna, Austria

The CIO DACH Summit is a chance for CIOs and IT executives to meet with their technology peers from various industries, including health care, finance, insurance, government, telecom, utilities, education and more. This summit features engaging Keynote Presentations, Thought Leadership sessions, CIO Think Tanks and other educational session on the latest technology topics and trends. Open discussions and networking time give attending CIOs and technology executives the opportunity to discuss common problems and discover new and innovative solutions. Attendees will leave the event with new business contacts and new ideas on how to move their businesses forward.

 

Agenda Topics:

  • Making Innovation Real through Cloud Computing
  • Transformational Leadership
  • Positioning IT to Fuel Innovation and Accelerate Growth
  • Data Center Virtualization
  • What Every CIO Needs to Know about Securing Smartphones & Tablets
  • Realizing the Promise of the Mobile Workforce through a Mobile Device Platform

Target Profile:

  • Cross-industry, including but not limited to, health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance and finance

Past and/or Invited Companies:

  • Lloyd's
  • Novartis Pharmaceuticals
  • H&M
  • FTSE Company
  • Zurich Financial Services
  • Transcom
  • PayPal
  • Christian Dior
  • La Poste Group
  • Cheuvreux et associes
  • Gnrale de Sant
 

TBD

Venue TBD
Austin, USA

The CIO Austin Summit is a chance for CIOs and IT executives in Austin to meet with technology peers from various industries, including, but not limited to, health care, finance, insurance, government, telecom, utilities and education. This summit features engaging Keynote Speeches, CIO Think Tanks, Thought Leadership workshops and Analyst Q&As on the latest technology topics and trends. Open discussions and networking time give attending CIOs and technology executives the opportunity to discuss common problems, and discover new and innovative solutions. Attendees will leave the event with new business contacts and new ideas on how to move their businesses forward.

 

Agenda Topics:

  • Bringing Big Data to the Enterprise
  • Building a Mobile App is Not a Mobile Strategy
  • Cloud Gateway - Simplifying your Adoption of SaaS
  • Risk Management and Cost Optimization
  • Security, Identity Management and Fraud: Future Proofing the Enterprise IT System

Target Profile:

  • Cross-industry, including, but not limited to, health care, retail, transportation, government, education, insurance and finance
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Annual Revenue: $2 billion+

Past and/or Invited Companies:

  • Whole Foods Market
  • MHD Enterprises
  • Patient Conversation Media
  • City of Austin
  • Charfen Institute
  • CLEAResult
  • Kinnser Software
  • OriGen Biomedical
 

TBD

Venue TBD
Scottsdale, USA

The CIO Transportation Summit will bring together C-level executives, innovative solution providers and analyst thought-leaders in the transportation industry to discuss the critical technology issues affecting shipping and passenger transportation organizations. The technology event will allow participants to attend educational sessions, including panel discussions, open forums, and think tanks, on critical technology topics. Attendees will discuss important issues such as supply chain management, cloud system integration, business alignment and collaboration in logistics, as well as have an opportunity to share their successes, failures and new ideas with a group of their CIO peers.

 

Agenda Topics:

  • Meeting the Demand: The Future of Freight
  • Data Center Virtualization: Best Practices and Developing Trends
  • Moving into the Cloud
  • Intelligent Transport Systems Integration
  • Back to Basics: Improving Efficiency and Cutting Costs
  • A Matter of Security
  • Collaboration in Logistics - Perspectives on the Role that Technology Can Play

Target Profile:

  • Rail
  • Road
  • Water
  • Air
  • Freight
  • Passenger

Past and/or Invited Companies:

  • Con-way Freight
  • UPS Worldwide
  • Jetblue Airways
  • Boeing Company
  • Alaska Air
  • Union Pacific Corp.
  • Delta Airlines
  • Virgin America
  • SkyWest Airlines
  • Landstar
  • BNSF Railway
 

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