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Perspectives By:

Saad Ayub
SVP & CIO
Scholastic

Nathan Boylan
Head of IT Operations
Lord Abbett & Company

Nicholas Colisto
SVP & CIO
Xylem Inc.

Vittorio Cretella
VP - Chief Technology Officer
Mars

Michael Del Priore
Senior VP & CIO
Catalent Pharma Solutions

Harold Goldberg
Chief Marketing Officer
Kony

Mushegh Hakhinian
Security Architect
IntraLinks

John Hallett
Regional Sales Manager
Workday

Jon Harding
Global Chief Information Officer
Conair Corporation

Rob Hilliard
VP - Chief Technology Officer
Reader's Digest Association, Inc.

Vince Kasten
Senior Advisor, CIO Advisory
Kurt Salmon

John Kavak
CIO
Sharp Electronics Corporation

Yuvi Kochar
CTO & VP - Technology
Washington Post Co.

Larry Krieb
Vice President, Global Shared Services
Estee Lauder Companies, Inc.

Klaus Meier
Chief Information Officer Americas
Schindler Elevator Corporation

Curry Nichols
Executive Director, National Accounts Program
DISYS

Ajay Patel
Vice President of Fusion Middleware
Oracle

Carlos Pegado
Vice President and CTO
HUNT Real Estate Corporation

Derek Schueren
Co-Founder and General Manager of Information Access and Governance
Recommind

Joseph Spagnoletti
Senior Vice President & Chief Information Officer
Campbell Soup Company

Luis Taveras
SVP & CIO
Hartford Healthcare Corporation

Jay Wessel
Vice President of Technology
Boston Celtics

Gabrielle Wolfson
Chief Information Officer
Panasonic Corporation of North America


Summary:

The role of the Chief Information Officer has greatly changed during the past few years. CIOs and IT leaders—who are now integral to accelerating their business’ growth—are tasked with driving value throughout the organization. They are consistently improving processes and workflow, accelerating time to market, and identifying new business opportunities. With the volatile economy, technology leaders have a unique opportunity to provide real business value by making decisions that will better position enterprises to succeed in upcoming years.

The Argyle CIO Leadership Forum in New York is bringing together leading CIOs, CISOs, CTOs, VPs, IT/Technology/MIS and IT leaders from a variety of industries to discuss best practices and innovative technology strategies. The forum will focus on several areas including: “Leveraging cloud computing,” “Challenges associated with IT consumerization,” ”Optimizing talent management,” “The impact of social media on the IT department,” “Data security,” and “The changing role of the CIO.”

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Date: Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Time: 8:00am – 5:30pm

Location: New York, NY
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