2017 Chief Information Officer Leadership Forum
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Argyle Executive Forum is bringing together senior IT executives from a range of industry verticals for our annual Washington DC event. Throughout a full day of content and networking, we will focus on the most pressing issues that IT executives are tackling as the role that technology plays within the organization continues to evolve in 2017, with an agenda geared specifically towards CIOs, CTOs, and CISOs, as well as IT/Technology/MIS/Architecture VPs and Directors in a leadership role. Topics covered by our speaking faculty will include:
- Exploring the rapidly evolving role of the CIO and the new in demand leadership capabilities as organizations become increasingly digitally enabled
- Building a workforce aligned with the modern IT landscape - attaining, training, and retaining talent through in-demand skillset development and mentor programs
- The CIO, CDO & CMO Partnership: Enabling the organization to effectively leverage data to achieve organizational growth goals
- The future of IT’s role in reaching customers – exploring how the next wave of innovative CIOs are redefining customer experience
- Exploring the top trends, capabilities, and risks that are driving IT spend in 2017
- Addressing leading risks and concerns heading into 2017, and navigating the evolving information security threat landscape
Our keynote presentations, fireside chats, panel sessions, and networking breaks will enable candid discussions with your peers focused on these topics and more.
We look forward to bringing together another fantastic faculty in 2017, and to hosting you alongside our community of Fortune 500 CIO leaders hailing from the East Coast and beyond.
This event will feature insights from top executives, including:
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CloudPassage View Bio »
Paul Bartruff is a Systems Engineer at CloudPassage where he helps companies address security concerns as they transition to public cloud infrastructures. Since serving in the Navy for just over thirteen years, Paul has worked at Lockheed Martin and SAIC where he supported Federal agencies as an Incident Responder, Forensic Analyst, and a Reverse Engineer. In 2011, Paul entered the commercial sector working with companies, such as FireEye and ThreatTrack Security where he provided technical insight into targeted and non-targeted attacks. He has given several talks on the "Advanced Persistent Threat" which he prefers, instead, to label "Determined Adversary" and believes the attack surface is only getting bigger! Additionally, Paul has a Master's Degree in Information Assurance with three graduate certificates, holds a notable list of technical certifications, and is a member of the ACM and (ISC)2.
Freddie Mac View Bio »
Ms. Kunkun Callaghan is Vice President of Single Family IT Delivery at Freddie Mac. She has led large scale development programs, delivering new products and capabilities to a broad suite of Secondary Mortgage Market business lines. Her current role includes leading a multi-million annual portfolio of large scale delivery for three key Freddie Mac programs: Single Security IT Program, Investor Reporting Change and Credit Risk Transfer initiatives.
Her portfolio of systems includes applications that process a 10 million loan / 2 trillion cash management servicing portfolio and handling a 300% increase in transaction volumes of the Non-Performing Loan portfolio. Ms. Callaghan also leads the recent regulatory realignment of IT Servicing capabilities, providing customers with new products that help more than one million borrowers stay in their homes.
Ms. Callaghan volunteers her time in a variety of leadership roles through which she raises awareness for different network groups. This includes: prior Chair for the Freddie Mac ASIAN Employee Resource Group and Chair of Women in Technology Leadership awards. She actively serves as a mentor in women’s networks and for college recruiting.
Prior to her work at Freddie Mac, Ms. Callaghan worked in consulting organizations, supporting product development in military, financial, and telecommunications domains. She has her Bachelors in Information Systems from the University of Maryland and her Masters from Johns Hopkins University.
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission View Bio »
Mr. Desai currently serves as the Chief Information Security Officer for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). He has responsibility providing strategic direction for and managing the Commission’s information security, systems assurance, records management, and privacy programs. He has also held multiple positions within FERC, ranging from a regulatory policy analyst to leading the annual Inspector General FISMA audit. Mr. Desai joined FERC in 2007, prior to which he worked for KPMG in their Advisory Services practice supporting numerous commercial clients with IT general and automated controls evaluation. Mr. Desai graduated Magna Cum Laude with a bachelor’s degree in business information technology from Virginia Tech and is a Certified Information Systems Auditor.
Ensco, Inc. View Bio »
Performance-driven, quality-focused IT executive who turns around underperforming technical operations and builds agile organizations with an eye toward the future. Aligns technology with business strategies, identifies process improvements, and implements innovative, cost-effective solutions. Balances complex priorities through collaborative IT governance processes while eliminating waste and overspending. Deep business acumen and a team approach ensure effective partnering with cross-functional leaders. Applies finely honed executive team building and leadership abilities to develop high-quality teams that cohesively deliver on the highest of expectations.
Mr. Freeman is the Vice President of Information Systems and Technology at ENSCO, Inc. As the VP of IST he formulates technology strategies and best practices in collaboration with ENSCO’s President. IST directs all areas of network, data, and electronic information infrastructure operating at multiple security levels across a geographically dispersed environment. His division is a unique blend of experienced IT professionals with years of industry experience that drives automation and capitalizes on lower infrastructure costs with higher capacity, efficiency, and throughput.
Mr. Freeman’s years of experience have taken him coast-to-coast building IT excellence in small businesses, banking environments, and government contracting through his current position at ENSCO. Mr. Freeman’s passion for IT exudes when he is:
- Reengineering back office environments to provide end-to-end integration of applications and processes to increase efficiency, effectiveness, and increased automation
- Modeling data workflows to quickly highlight choke points and inefficiencies
- Instituting IT Governance through COBIT or other similar controls
- Implementing data management best practices to safeguard the data assets of organizations
- Expanding collaborative capabilities through enterprise solutions and emerging technologies in document management, internal social networking, integrated messaging, video, and telepresence
- Implementing security standards and best practices to address growing government regulations to safeguard and protect information
- Creating business value in IT through collaboration with operational and functional business areas
City of Baltimore View Bio »
Gayle Guilford is the CISO for Baltimore City Government. As CISO for Baltimore, Gayle practices and preaches the importance of both internal and external partnerships dedicated to the Cyber Security of both citizens and employees. Gayle has worked for Baltimore City Government since 2008, including 5 years as Director of Information Services for the Baltimore City Police Department and 3 years as CISO. Some call her the CJIS or Security Lady. Her favorite saying is “When, Not If”.
Gayle has presented at AFCOM Data Center World 2015, IACP LEIM Conference in 2012, Canadian Interoperability Interest Group Conference in 2011 and 2012, and CAPITA Mobile in London England in 2010 to name a few. Her focus at the City of Baltimore has been utilizing technology and security designed to advance the safety and security of the citizens of her home town. She is also the Co-Chair of the Maryland Regional USAI Cyber Security Committee. Gayle has over 25 years’ experience with telecommunications; information technology; disaster and emergency service; and cyber security.
USO View Bio »
Responsible for the operation, maintenance and optimization of IT services that support 24/7 operations across 200 USO locations worldwide for 500 full time staff, over 30,000 volunteers serving over 8 million customer points of contact annually.
Responsible for enhancing the core technology services of the USO, while building and executing a IT road map that includes both a data and digital strategy. Leads the operational and technology innovation teams that support the USO’s vision, mission and strategic goals. Plans, defines, develops and implements comprehensive information management services including but not limited to network infrastructure, database architecture and IT project management. Actively manages external vendor partnerships. Establishes and measures the efficiency and effectiveness of all existing IT resources and capabilities, ensuring that hardware, software, and applications support USO’s short and long term needs.
Transitioned to IT domain after 20 years in uniform as a carrier fighter pilot and test pilot in the U.S. Navy. Have 15 years of experience in the private sector in the I.T. space after earning a M.S. in Information Systems Technologies at George Washington University.
IT consultant and contractor with SAIC, BAE Systems, and Booz Allen Hamilton prior to joining USO as the VP IT. Participated and led IT initiatives across wide range of U.S. Government clients including application modernization, architecture analysis, intel systems operation and maintenance, and cyber protection programs.
AOL View Bio »
Maureen Jules-Perez is a Vice President at AOL, Inc. She heads the Enterprise Services IT department in the US, Canada, Brazil, Europe, Israel, Singapore, and India. Maureen's background is in technical services and platforms, including quality assurance, product and web development, mergers and acquisitions, enterprise services, and mobility. She has a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering and a Masters in Information Systems.
She's most proud of advocating women and diversity talent in technology. She speaks at local IT and technology events championing your development and apprenticeship, women advancement, and STEM program. As a technologist, she holds two patents, including Mobile Printing Anywhere (No US 9,025192: Systems and Methods for Dynamic Mobile Printing Based On Scheduled Events), and nominated for DC’s Best Technology Manager in 2015.
At AOL, She’s an AOL Blue Monster winner for Integrity, a Cultural Ambassador, and Standards Business Conduct Advisor. She is the program lead for the Year Up internship program and received a Community Award in 2014 on behalf of AOL. She’s a founding committee member and captain of MAKERS@AOL, member of the AOL Diversity Council, and appointed oboard of directors member to IAB Education’s iDiverse workforce development program.
Raised in Brooklyn and then Miami, she married her soulmate and has a 6 year old son.
Nutanix View Bio »
Steve Kaplan (@ROIdude on Twitter) is Vice President of Client Strategy for Nutanix. Kaplan formerly co-founded, ran and sold two nationally acclaimed IT professional services businesses. Along with writing well over 100 articles and white papers, he has co-authored 7 books on Citrix technologies (all Official Citrix Guides), 3 books on VMware technologies and is currently writing the book, Quantifying IT Decision Making in the Era of Hyperconvergence and Cloud. Kaplan has held positions on the advisory boards of several industry manufactures including Microsoft, was a Microsoft MVP for four years and has been a charter VMware vExpert for the past nine years. He was one of three EMC partners worldwide on the EMC Presales Advisory Council. Kaplan has an MBA from Northwestern and a BS in Business Administration from UC Berkeley.
Topcoder View Bio »
Andy is a partner at Topcoder, and is responsible for our public sector and higher ed businesses. A Topcoder since 2005, Andy has over a decade of experience in challenge design, and helping federal and commercial clients integrate crowdsourcing capabilities. Andy has served as Principal Investigator and Project Director for Topcoder's work with DARPA, NASA and Harvard, and is responsible for Topcoder's key scientific programs including Harvard University, NASA, IARPA, DigitalGlobe, and others. Andy has a background in open source software for integrated medical systems and launched his career as a software engineer migrating enterprises to web at the start of the dot-com boom.
The Georgetown University View Bio »
Joseph Lee is the Chief Information Security Officer at Georgetown University, and joined the University in April 2014. Joe has over 27 years of experience in IT assurance, security, and business process improvement gained through leadership positions with global management consulting organizations and leading organizations in the DC metro area.
At Georgetown University, Joe is responsible for developing and executing upon the University’s cyber‑security strategy; managing the enterprise-wide risk profiles; overseeing the development of the security architecture framework; and ensuring the IT compliance posture for the University. Prior to joining Georgetown University, Joe was the Director of Information Security at the AARP where he was responsible for successfully creating and building the Information Security program covering enterprise security, IT compliance, and IT risk management.
Hilton Worldwide Holdings View Bio »
Mr. Menon currently serves as the Vice President of Enterprise Information Management for Hilton. He has responsibility providing strategic direction for data management and business intelligence. He has also held multiple positions within Hilton, ranging from senior architect to director of designing and building OnQ, hospitality’s first integrated platform. Mr. Menon joined Hilton in 1994, prior to which he worked for Tata Consultancy Services supporting numerous commercial clients like General Electric and National Stock Exchange of India. Mr. Menon has a Master’s degree in business administration from University of Memphis and a Master’s in Electronics Engineering from National Institute of Technology, India
Securities and Exchange Commission View Bio »
Janak Rajani is a career tenure employee working within the U.S. Government since last 15 years. In his current profile at the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC), he is the Branch Chief of Applications Development & IT Operations. He has been at the SEC for last 4 years and enjoys his role in dealing with technology implementation. Prior to SEC, he worked as the Deputy Director and Chief Technology Officer at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR), a premier research institute within U.S. Army. During his tenure at WRAIR, he was recognized for his outstanding leadership skills and was honored with Commander’s Medal for Civilian Service, highest award a civilian can achieve within a military organization.
Janak graduated in 2004 with his first M.S. degree in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University located in Baltimore, Maryland. In June 2015, he earned his second M.S. degree, this time in Global Leadership, from National Defense University, Washington, D.C. Additionally, he is a distinguished graduate from NDU’s 14-week resident Advanced Management Program with CIO certificate, and has graduated with IT Project Management and Global Strategic Leader diplomas. He has received recognition from CIO Council and GSA for fulfilling all requirements for the CIO Certificate in Federal Executive Competencies.
Janak teaches various IT courses as an Adjunct Professor at local Maryland colleges.
After more than 15 years of volunteer experience working in charitable organizations, Janak is now serving as the President of Jain Society of Metropolitan Washington (JSMW) and is an active leader within the community. He is often found spending a lot of time during weekends in volunteering his time and giving back to the community. Janak has been recognized for his speech on “interfaith dialog” during the visit of His Eminence Cardinal Jean-Luis Tauran’ to the JSMW.
Duke Energy Corporation View Bio »
Brian Savoy is senior vice president, business transformation and technology for Duke Energy. He is responsible for information technology and leading business change to advance the company’s strategic objectives.
Prior to this role, he served as chief accounting officer and controller for Duke Energy where his responsibilities included the accounting, financial reporting and internal controls for the corporation.
Savoy joined Duke Energy in 2001 as a manager in Duke Energy’s energy trading unit, Duke Energy North America. He was named director of trading and risk services later in that year. Savoy led derivative accounting and trading control functions for energy trading and marketing activities and was instrumental in the successful wind-down and disposition of Duke Energy North America in 2005.
Following Duke Energy’s merger with Cinergy in 2006, he was appointed as vice president and controller of the commercial power segment and responsible for accounting, financial reporting and internal controls functions. In 2009, Savoy was named director of forecasting and analysis where he played a significant role in addressing challenging business and strategic issues, including leading financial due diligence for the Duke Energy/Progress Energy merger completed in 2012. He assumed his current position in May 2016.
Prior to joining Duke Energy, Savoy was a manager with the international accounting firm, Deloitte & Touche where he oversaw audit engagements for large energy clients.
Savoy earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in accounting from Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas and completed the Advanced Management Program at the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University in Durham, N.C. He is a certified public accountant in both Texas and Ohio.
Savoy currently serves on the boards of advisors for the Belk College of Business at UNC Charlotte and the McColl School of Business at Queens University. He and his wife, Sabrina, along with their son and daughter, live in Charlotte, N.C.
FDA View Bio »
Mr. Simpson is the Chief Information Officer (CIO) at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in Washington, DC. In this role, Mr. Simpson is responsible for providing information technology services and support to approximately 20,000 federal personnel and contractors that comprise the FDA community throughout the continental United States and internationally.
Mr. Simpson has more than 24 years of information technology (IT) leadership and management experience from the private sector and in the federal government. He has managed at the executive level in the areas of strategic planning, organizational development and operational efficiency. Mr. Simpson is experienced in improving business processes, and managing complex, multi-disciplinary and time sensitive projects while achieving cost savings.
Mr. Simpson began his career in the United States Air Force serving 3 years active duty and 3 years active reserve.
Mr. Simpson worked in the IT field as a systems analyst, Senior Technical Advisor, IT Manager and CIO in the private sector for 18 years.
In 2010, Mr. Simpson began his federal government career as the CIO for the United States Department of Justice Criminal Division in Washington, D.C. As the CIO, he led the Information Technology and Litigation Support units which supported over 2,000 investigators. Under Mr. Simpson’s leadership, he reduced the annual IT and litigation support budgets by more than 50%, achieved a net annual savings of more than $3 million dollars from data center and server consolidation, and implemented a disaster recovery and continuity of operations solution which increased network and application availability by 22% and realized an annual cost savings of $3 million dollars.
In 2014, Mr. Simpson was appointed to the Senior Executive Service (SES) as the Associate Chief Information Officer at the U.S. Department of Transportation. His responsibilities included leading the IT Shared Services organization that supported 72,000 users, providing the vision, leadership and oversight in the development of the strategic direction of Transportation’s Common Operating Environment and Enterprise Architecture as well as IT policy and procedure planning, formulation and direction.
Mr. Simpson earned his Master of Science in Information Systems from Drexel University in Pennsylvania, and his Master of Public Administration and Bachelor of Science in Resource Management from Ohio State University.
University System of Maryland View Bio »
Dr. Donald Spicer is currently the Associate Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and CIO for the University System of Maryland. In this capacity, he provides strategic direction and coordination for IT activities across the 12-institution system of public higher education in Maryland. He currently staffs the Board of Regents Effectiveness and Efficiency Workgroup.
Previously, Dr. Spicer held CIO level positions at Vanderbilt University and the University of Notre Dame. Prior to those positions, he held a senior position in IT administration at Dartmouth College.
He has a BA and PhD (mathematics) from the University of Minnesota and a Diploma in Computer Science from Corpus Christi College of Cambridge University. For the first half of his career, he was a faculty member in the mathematics departments at several prominent higher education institutions.
He was a 2016 Educause Leadership Award winner. Educause is the national professional society for the use of information technology in higher education.
Sodexo View Bio »
Sonia Suber, Vice President of Relationship Management for Information Systems and Technology for Sodexo, Inc., a global leader in Quality of Life Services. In her tenure with Sodexo for more than a quarter of a century, she has progressively been recognized for her many accomplishments and currently leads a team of top professionals who collectively serve as the liaison between the business segments and Information Systems and Technology (IS&T). With a focus on innovation and strategy, her current role, which commenced in 2009, supports all of the North American market segments to include 125,000 employees, 6,000 clients and 10 million customers. Her breadth of experience within the company spans from market operations to roles of increasing responsibility within IS&T.
As Vice President, Relationship Management, Sonia is an integral member of the IS&T Executive Team, reporting directly to the CIO of Sodexo, North America. Presently she is developing an innovation technology model to further support the advancement of research and development within the technology organization which will ultimately support client outcomes and strengthen Sodexo IS&T for future challenges.
Sonia Suber has pioneered several proprietary solutions that have been incorporated as part of Sodexo’s product offerings. She oversaw the development of the “At Your Request Room Service Dinning” application, which allows hospital patient to order what they want when they want it. Suber’s team introduced the first Operational Dashboard, a solution that provided real-time operation metrics starting in the Laundry market segment and has expanded to incorporate Sodexo’s Hospital’s and Corporate markets.
Sonia leverages her fluency in IT to harness the next generation’s capabilities in technology in ways that improve the corporate bottom line at Sodexo by driving change through process and technical redesign.
Montgomery County Government View Bio »
Keith Young, CISSP, Enterprise Information Security Official for the Montgomery County Government, Maryland, is responsible for providing support to security/technology initiatives for the Department of Technology Services.
Mr. Young has 20 years of Information Technology experience with 18 of those years focused primarily on Information Security. He joined the County in 2002 to lead the information security group. As the Enterprise Information Security Official, he is responsible for managing all aspects of the County IT Security program, including information security risk management, regulatory compliance, computer forensics, vulnerability and threat management, and enterprise architecture review and recommendation. His group’s IT Security initiatives have won several awards and recognitions including the National Association of Counties (NACo) Achievement Awards for two consecutive years and a finalist in the Information Security Executive North America Government Project Award.
Prior to joining the County, Mr. Young was the Director of Customer Care/Support and a Senior Security Sales Engineer for V-ONE Corporation providing IT security support, solutions, and incident response for Federal, Commercial, DoD, and Educational customers. He also held security engineering and research positions at Acterna/TTC and Salve Regina.
Mr. Young regularly presents at information security leadership, innovation, and entrepreneur conferences and webinars. Mr. Young holds a Bachelors Degree in Information Systems from Salve Regina University.
8:00am - 9:00am Arrival and Breakfast
9:00am - 9:05am Argyle Executive Forum Opening Remarks
9:05am - 9:40am Keynote Presentation featuring Duke Energy: "From Mainframes to Machine Learning: Lending the Largest U.S. Utility into the Digital Age"
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Come hear Brian Savoy, Senior Vice President of Business Transformation and Technology at Duke Energy, talk about the company’s current journey in transforming a century-old utility giant into an energy company for the digital age.
Brian is Senior Vice President, business transformation and technology for Duke Energy. He is responsible for information technology and leading business change to advance the company’s strategic objectives. Prior to this role, he served as chief accounting officer and controller for Duke Energy where his responsibilities included the accounting, financial reporting and internal controls for the corporation.
Senior Vice President, Business Transformation & Technology
9:40am - 10:00am Thought Leadership Spotlight featuring Nutanix: "Building a Bulletproof ROI"
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Session topics will include:
- Leveraging financial modeling to achieve their companies’ business and IT objectives
- Determining what types of projects and investments should be supported by ROI or TCO models
- Best practices from successful datacenter executives with regards to leveraging financial modeling to achieve objectives
Vice President of Client Strategy
10:00am - 10:25am Networking Break
10:25am - 11:10am Panel Discussion: “The Business’ New Best Friend: How CIO’s are Increasing Collaboration to Enhance Efficiency”
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- Driving productivity through collaboration
- Re-aligning to a new environment
- Innovative tech solutions to facilitate cooperation across business functions
- Forging relationships to seamlessly execute business strategies
Vice President IS&T Relationship Management
Vice President, Single Family Servicing, REO Delivery & Securitization
Chief Information Security Officer
City of Baltimore
Vice President, Information Technology
Chief Information Officer
11:10am - 11:30am Thought Leadership Spotlight featuring Topcoder
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Partner, Public Sector
11:30am - 11:50am Networking Break
11:50am - 12:35pm Panel Discussion: “IT Innovation: Be the Leader; Let the Rest Follow”
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- Leading IT innovation
- Securing new data
- Capitalizing on the cloud
- Addressing the shift to customer centric IT
- Utilizing new technology to meet organizational goals
Vice President Enterprise Services & Senior Technical Director
Vice President Information Systems
Chief Information Security Officer
Enterprise Information Security Official
Montgomery County Maryland
12:35pm - 1:35pm Lunch
1:35pm - 2:10pm Keynote Presentation featuring Hilton Worldwide: “Data as a Service at Hilton”
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Using data as a Service (DaaS), we will make it happen by connecting you to the right customers, making every interaction personal, and measuring effectiveness to prove success.
Menon has over 20 years of Information Systems & Program management experience. He designed and executed OnQ, the hospitality industry’s first totally integrated information technology platform that includes property, reservations, revenue and customer relations management for Hilton. Prior to his position at Hilton Menon served as Technical Lead at General Electric Information Services.
Vice President, Enterprise Information Management
Hilton Worldwide Holdings
2:10pm - 2:30pm Networking Break
2:30pm - 3:05pm Fireside Chat: "Cyber Security, the Imperative, Not the Choice"
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Chief Information Security Officer
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Information Technology Branch Chief
Securities and Exchange Commission
3:05pm - 3:40pm Fireside Chat featuring: University System of Maryland and USO
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Associate Vice Chancellor, Chief Information Officer
University System of Maryland
Vice President, Information Technology
3:40pm-3:45pm Argyle Executive Forum Closing Remarks
3:45pm - 4:45pm Closing Reception
Explore the most critical challenge areas and hot topics for IT leaders such as:
Innovation in technology
Examine how your organization is innovating in the IT space, and what new technologies will impact on the business sphere in the years ahead. Our speakers will discuss:
- Driving productivity at work
- Using the device to streamline practices
- Harnessing data to create workable analytics
- Realigning with online channels
IT's new normal
Review the major changes the field of IT has experienced over the past few years, the driving forces behind them, and the barriers they present. Get briefed on:
- Overcoming obstacles in mobile integration
- Protecting data from device to data center
- Managing and enforcing BYOD security
- Building a flexible org around the cloud
The cloud and mobility
How are CIOs guiding their teams through the inherent challenges that accompany growth in the mobile and cloud spaces? Learn to ease through the growing pains and gain insight into:
- Leveraging real time data
- Forging partnerships with other functions
- Improving cloud communications internally
- Recognizing key benefits of new technology
The business of security and the cloud
Evaluate how the cloud has transformed the way companies need to think about IT and security standards. Review the ways security infrastructure has evolved recent years, and catalysts of these changes. Hear discussions on:
- Dealing with increased security risks from social technology
- Closing the gap between security training and security awareness
- Observing new industry trends and choosing which to adopt
- Exploring major changes in business infrastructure
The CIO/CMO partnership
The digital sphere has changed the relationship between IT departments and other functions across the business. Talk about how successful CIOs are bridging the gap between IT and marketing to work toward common business goals. Gain insight on:
- Establishing a common language to improve collaboration
- Utilizing available business data from across the enterprise
- Contributing to a customer-centric culture through partnership
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