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Meeting Overview

Perspectives By:

Abhishek Agarwal
Global Chief Privacy Officer
Baxter

Karen Alber
Chief Information Officer
MillerCoors

Charles Bystock
Managing Partner
Windsor Group Computer Services

Barry Caplin
Chief Information Security Officer
Fairview Health Services

Tom Chowanski
SVP, Information Security Leader - Consumer Lending
Wells Fargo

Jill Dyché
Vice President of Best Practices
SAS

Mike Ellis
CEO
ForgeRock

Chris Foreman
Chief Executive Officer and Director of the Board
AvePoint

Rahoul Ghose
Senior Vice President & CIO
Lifetouch

Ivan Handler
Chief Information Officer, Illinois Health Information Exchange Authority
State of Illinois

Royce Heaney
Vice President and Global CIO
ACCO Brands Corporation

Steve Howe
Regional Director Strategic Enterprise
Commvault

Clay Johnson
Vice President of Information Technology
Boeing Co.

Vince Kellen
Senior Vice Provost, Academic Planning, Analytics and Technologies
University of Kentucky Lexington

Sahal Laher
EVP & Chief Information Officer
Brooks Brothers

Julie Lockner
Vice President, Information Lifecycle Management
Informatica

Talvis Love
SVP & CIO - TD Auto Finance
TD Bank

James MacLennan
Chief Information Officer
IDEX Corp.

Alex Manea
Manager, BlackBerry Security
BlackBerry

Edward Marchewka
Head of Information Security
Chicago Public Schools

Dipesh Mukerji
Sr. Director of Product Marketing
Kony

Andy Nissenberg
Vice President, Global Technology Solutions
Acxiom

Paul O'Farrell
SVP & GM
Riverbed

Ross Piper
VP, Enterprise Strategy
Dropbox

Suranjan Pramanik
EVP & Chief Sales Officer
CSS Corp

Darshan Rawal
Director, Product Management
DataStax

Jaspreet Singh
Co-Founder, Chairman of Board and Chief Executive Officer
Druva

Bill Swislow
Chief Information Officer and SVP of Product
Cars.com


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 Chicago 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: Thursday, June 19, 2014

Time: 7:45am – 6:30pm

Location: Chicago, IL
Twitter Hashtag: #ArgyleCIOCHI
*Event location will be disclosed to attendees upon completion of the registration process.

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