CIO Canada Summit

An exclusive technology gathering for leading Canadian IT executives

Technology is an increasingly important part of the business world. The role of the CIO is evolving, requiring business knowledge and technology experience in order to optimize efficiency in todays shift to an intertwined business functionality. The CIO Canada Summit will address the key issues that the country's leading technology executives need to address. Canada's CIOs are turning their focus from maintaining computer systems to improving ROI by using economical technology solutions to increase worker productivity.

This exclusive gathering will provide a platform for CIOs across several industry verticals to collaborate on key issues. Industries represented at the summit include health care, telecom, finance, education, insurance, government, retail and more. This exclusive event will feature visionary Keynote Presentations, CIO Think Tanks, Roundtables, Analyst Q&As and other educational sessions and networking breaks focused on key issues impacting CIOs. Innovative technology solutions will be introduced during one-on-one Executive Exchanges and group sessions throughout the event. The CIO Canada Summit will give senior IT executives in Canada the opportunity to meet and network with peers from some of the largest organizations in the country, as well as association members and strategically invited technology solution providers.

The CIO Canada Summit is a must-attend event for any IT executive who is serious about improving business and IT alignment across the enterprise. The event's strategic agenda is designed by IT end users and will ensure that all attendees are productive and challenged throughout the event.

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Whitepapers

The IT Crossroads between Technology Costs and Asset Transparencies Studies show the average enterprise’s IT investment is now greater than 4.2% of annual revenues and still rising. Due to some organization’s decision making processes on IT projects, many estimate put that 20% of the IT spending is visible in the IT budget. This means Business units are beginning to have their own IT budgets, which require joint decision making between central IT and the business unit themselves.

Information Governance is Good Business There are many definitions of Information Governance, but at the heart it is about effectively using and managing an organization’s information assets to derive maximum value, while minimizing information-related risks. It applies to all corporate information, regardless of form, function, or location. This includes structured and unstructured information, and ranges from content on file systems and email to information within productivity and line-of-business systems, on web, social, and mobile environments.

Lexmark Managed Print Services (MPS) Lexmark Managed Print Services (MPS) connects print, process and people to drive productivity and performance.

Software-Defined Storage Explained Software-Defined Storage Explained - Nutanix Strategic Technology Paper

8 Strategies for Building a Modern Datacenter 8 Strategies for Building a Modern Datacenter. Enterprise datacenters are straining to keep pace with dynamic business demands, as well as to incorporate advanced technologies and architectures that aim to improve infrastructure performance, scale and economics. Meeting these requirements, however, often requires a complete rethinking of how datacenters are designed and managed. Fortunately, many enterprise IT architects and leading cloud providers have already demonstrated the viability and the benefits of a more modern,software-defined datacenter. This Nutanix white paper examines eight fundamental steps leading to a more efficient, manageable and scalable datacenter.

 
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