London, Ontario (PRWEB) October 16, 2012
Info-Tech Research Group, a global leader in providing IT research and advice, announced today that registration is open for Info-Tech Exchange New England to be held in Boston on October 23rd, 2012. The event is expected to draw CIOs from across New England. This event is hosted by Info-Tech Research Group at no cost to IT leaders. For more information or to register visit the website http://www.infotech.com/newengland.
“Info-Tech Research Group is focused on improving the future of IT and helping our clients. One of the core topics we will be discussing at the event is innovation and the changing role of the CIO. We’ll be presenting some new research and giving attendees practical advice they can put to use immediately,” says James Alexander, Senior Vice President, Info-Tech Research Group. “This is an exciting time to be in IT if you are prepared for the future.”
Info-Tech Exchange New England is an opportunity to network with Boston’s IT leaders, exchange valuable insight and ideas surrounding Innovation, Mobility Adoption, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, Cloud Adoption, and Purchase Optimization and to have personal one-on-one conversations with Info-Tech analysts.
A partial list of the scheduled keynotes and workshops at Info-Tech Exchange include:
Emerging Technologies Enabling Sea Change: Mobility, Social Computing, Cloud, and Big Data; not since the proliferation of the PC in the early 90’s have we seen such a disruptive influence on corporate IT. To continue to provide value, CIOs must redefine departments to capitalize on these trends, adjusting roles, structures, and even the overall mission.
Enabling Growth Through Innovation: An Innovation Culture is the path by which business can stay relevant in the market, and IT can stay relevant within the business. Visionary CIOs will seize this opportunity to drive the development of an Innovation Culture within their organizations, positioning both themselves, and their business partners for unprecedented success.
Mobility & Consumerization: It is time for organizations to take a more proactive stance in regards to mobility. To do this we have to look at adoption paradigms, explore use cases, and ensure that the people, processes, and technologies of the enterprise are appropriately positioned to not just simply accommodate mobile devices, but leverage their unique capabilities to drive enterprise success.
Cloud Adoption: Cloud adoption rates are up 75% year over year. But as with any paradigm shift, adoption does not come without risk.. Enterprises can transition to the cloud and can do so in a way that drives significant success, but clearing the hurdles is key to maximizing the inherent value.
For the full list of topics and presentations visit the Info-Tech Exchange website.
Media is welcome to attend if you are interested in speaking directly with a presenter or seeing a particular session please contact Carlene McCubbin, Public and Vendor Relations Coordinator at cmccubbin(at)infotech(dot)com.
About the Info-Tech Exchange
The Info-Tech Exchange is an event series designed to provide IT leaders with an opportunity to gain insight and discuss powerful tends that will forever change their IT departments. Visit the Info-Tech Exchange website for the latest news and information from the North America tour. The site serves a year-round resource, featuring details of upcoming regional Info-Tech Exchange locations, keynotes, social media resources, and much more.
About Info-Tech Research Group
With a paid membership of over 25,000 members worldwide, Info-Tech Research Group (http://www.infotech.com) is the global leader in providing tactical, practical Information Technology research and analysis. Info-Tech Research Group has a fourteen-year history of delivering quality research and is North America's fastest growing full-service IT analyst firm.