The next CIO Dialogue takes place on 18th-19th November 2013 at the Hilton Metropole, Brighton.
It is expected that the 2014 IT landscape will move faster than ever, and CIOs continue to seek a top seat in the business.
However, with budgets still tight how can CIOs get the most from new investments whilst continuing to deliver high quality service and ultimately start driving serious growth within the business?
With the cloud’s slow march to maturity and the potential of big data yet to be fully exploited, now is the time for CIOs to listen and respond to key business needs.
They must develop flexible partnerships and adapt quickly to the rapid changes that mobility, consumerisation and cloud computing will bring, and to be a true leader, the CIO must provide solutions that are innovative, cutting edge and well adapted to a unique business situation.
econique’s CIO Dialogue will once again provide case studies and discussion from leading CIOs that will better equip the IT and business leader to conquer the upcoming strategic challenges expected for 2014.
Some of the challenges that will be addressed:
- Balancing cost-reduction with profit generation
- Becoming the ‘go-to’ person in the business
- Turning big data into big value
- Taking an ‘outside-in’ approach to IT
- Making legacy IT go away
- Using the cloud for innovation
- Developing a fully mobile workforce
“A great forum to mix with peers and meet suppliers”
CIO, Grant Thornton
“Presentations very informative and confirmed the direction we are heading is similar, if not the same as others”
CTO, TNT Post
“Intelligent debate & surprisingly enjoyable”
Call for papers:
We work closely with a carefully chosen panel of leading experts to put together a timely and relevant programme which truly reflects key issues for the IT community.
We are constantly seeking expert feedback and new contacts to consolidate our understanding of the key issues facing the industry.
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If you would like to propose a paper for the CIO Dialogue, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org call +44 (0) 20 7739 5696.
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