By Barnard Crespi | January 5, 2011
The MIT Sloan CIO Symposium is where top CIOs, technology leaders and IT professionals from around the world meet. For one day IT leaders network and explore how innovative technologies and leading-edge academic research can help address the practical challenges faced in today’s changing economy. The theme of the 2011 MIT Sloan CIO Symposium is, “Beyond The Crossroads: How Will The CIO Role Evolve In The Digital Business World?”
2011 Topics Will Include:
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Register early ! Expand your network and knowledge base through our exclusive online private community of registered attendees. Collaborate, pre-schedule meetings and interact before you arrive. Once you arrive, take it to the next level. Attending provides several unequalled benefits:
Technology executives can rarely accomplish so much in one day through networking, symposiums, exhibits, panels and debate. And the best part? You’ll actually have fun in a stimulating, engaging and thought-provoking IT gathering. However, due to what’s become The IT Leadership event of the year, attendance is limited. So, act quickly and reserve your seat today!
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