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The CIO was first introduced to lead the Data Processing and Information Systems departments of the past. Today, the job is a much different role. The skill set and responsibilities are worlds apart from what they were a decade or two ago. And the role continues to adapt to the changing face of the modern business enterprise.
Discussing key topics such as the Cloud, Digital Transformation, Data & Analytics and the use of AI and IoT, CIO Event gives you the opportunity to meet leading decision makers under one roof at one time, to be part of the discussions that are shaping the future of security and to network and develop contacts that will strengthen your business.
The programme is driven by our senior level Advisory Board including representatives from TNT, Henley Business School, Fox Networks Group, US Department of Defense and Wyndham Group.
The CIO Event brings together leaders from across the public, large enterprises & mid-market sectors. The CIO event will provide you with a strategic and practical toolkit to help drive transformation including:
Infrastructure and Operations must inspire and create new cultural norms for DevOps to be a success. There is a need to design target cultures they believe in and provide active reinforcement from senior management thats ongoing.
The biggest threat to innovation is internal politics and an organizational culture, which doesn't accept failure and/or doesn't accept ideas from outside and/or cannot change.
What opportunities does the Virtual Workforce present, and why are organisations choosing them to facilitate better service, faster growth and to react more quickly to market opportunities? Hear how RPA can increase both the job satisfaction of human workers and transform the way that enterprises and global service providers deliver value.
IT Transformation projects are usually driven by the need to reduce complexity, improve agility, simplify systems, contain costs, manage ever growing data and provide more efficient operational management. Arguably, for seasoned IT professionals there is nothing new about the drivers for transformational change; it’s the velocity and scale of transformation today that’s the big challenge.
Today, to effectively accelerate business innovation, successful IT leaders are building infrastructure that focuses on automation and flexibility, supporting agile application development and helping deliver world-class customer experience. Of course, IT teams are still under pressure to deliver legacy, mission-critical applications but they also need to support a seemingly constant flow of emerging business opportunities. They are also tasked to lower costs and reduce Capex, whilst helping to drive revenue growth. That’s a lot of drivers and this complex juggling act often requires modernising infrastructure. An almost inevitable result of this is that the mix of platforms they adopt will include private cloud, public cloud, service provider cloud and physical kit.
This talk will look at the many, often conflicting priorities faced by IT departments and make some practical and pragmatic suggestions that will maintain velocity and simplify some of the more complex operational requirements of a hybrid environment.
Cloud adoption is often a business priority today, rather than an option. Most organisations already have a number of cloud based applications, services and environments they leverage across their business – and they are looking to integrate and align the business today based on the earlier lessons learnt.
What has changed is that 10 years ago most IT depts, certainly the Security teams within them - were seen as the Dept. Of 'no'. We were certainly not ‘the enabler’ of the business.
Now, it's our responsibility to be the enablers of the business - digital transformation isn't a project anymore - it's a day to day activity for you and your teams to manage.
Security, like other services, can't get in the way of progress - it has to become simpler, embedded - part of what you do when infrastructure, services, applications, devices, clouds change - not after.
Regardless of whether you are looking at transforming the physical infrastructure, or the virtual, the cloud resources, workloads or applications – we are looking for platforms to build, operate and deliver that transformation - with security embedded as a part of that - not implemented or managed as an after thought.
Many investments are focused today at leveraging intelligence from a number of sources - either to shape the availability, performance, efficiency or security of your resources - by providing you with analytics that enable you to automate and apply the most effective controls across your business - whether that's to scale for enterprises, cloud operators, or telcos.
What that means, is that in an ever changing transformation world - your organisation MUST enable and deliver that change for your business – security is simply not a ‘keeping the lights on’ function anymore.
I thought the quality and mix of contributions and the engagement from the audience was excellent.
It felt more like an interactive team exercise in some respects, than a sit back and listen conference, and for me was more enjoyable and genuinely helpful for that. Similar folks, passionate about their brands and their work, but with different best practice to share – very collaborative, which I personally like.
So all good and thanks for the chance to take part. It’s always a drain on time, which none of us have, but it was worth it.
The CIO Event is a truly global event with international perspectives on current IT trends. These include the usual Social, Mobile, Cloud, Security, 'Internet of Things', Big Data/Analytics, Etc. It's somewhat unique in its format in that it provides keynotes, one-to-one meetings, workshops and open areas for discussions. Its strength also lies in the networking of its attendees both at the events and between times through social media environments such as LinkedIn.- Mal Postings - Global CTO - Quintiles
I just wanted to say congratulations on a great event and thank you all for your help, especially Ceri and Sarah who have spent time in advance and at the event with me to help me get the most out of the days here.I have really enjoyed the event, and made some good new contacts as well as insights into common challenges we are all facing in the CIO community. It’s been run superbly so thank you, and I look forward to the future events.- John Nother - Group CIO, Card Factory
The event followed in the high quality style that we have grown accustomed to at these events. The location was fabulous, matched by a high quality delegate list and superbly organised by the team who ably helped me with any question or request promptly and without fuss. I am already engaged with one of the delegates in helping to present and position ECX to his US management. Looking forward to the Heathrow Conference already!- Sarah Palmer - Marketing Director, EQUINIX
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