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MIT Sloan CIO Symposium Panel Alert: Mobility – The Next CIO Innovation Opportunity And Managing the Extended Enterprise

The Mobility and Extended Enterprise Panels will help bring a practical perspective to the question of how to leverage mobility and extended enterprise applications to achieve operational success. [Register Today:] Managing The Extended Enterprise The classical vertically integrated enterprise has given way to the multi-company ecosystem in many industries creating new opportunities, but also […]

The 2011 MIT Sloan CIO Symposium Beyond The Crossroads: How Will The CIO Role Evolve In The Digital Business World? Save The Date: May 18, 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, […]

Symposium Partner Event in NYC:
CEOs See Technology as Growth Driver; CIOs Don’t… a Discussion

The symposium partner,  Center for CIO Leadership, a member driven community to advance the CIO profession, is hosting an exclusive executive event for CEOs, CIOs, CFOs and other members of the C-Suite on Thursday, October 21, 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm in New York City. Salon Theme:  “CEOs See Technology as Growth Driver; CIOs Don’t… […]

TiECON East 2010

We are pleased to announce our partner, TiE Boston’s annual flagship conference TiECON East 2010, Boston’s Premier Entrepreneurial Conference which promises to deliver valuable insights on factors that foster entrepreneurial success in the New Economic Climate to be held on May 27th and 28th at the Westin Waltham, MA. The theme for this year’s conference […]

Infrastructure Security: Getting to the Bottom of Compliance in the Cloud

For many business functions commonly run in the cloud – hosting websites and wikis, for example –
it’s often sufficient to have a cloud provider vouch for the security of the underlying infrastructure