Date: 11th Dec 2014
Venue: Rosewood London 252 High Holborn, London, WC1V 7EN
Guests arrive at Rosewood London through an archway that opens into a grand Edwardian courtyard, in a little oasis of tranquillity unique among London luxury hotels. It is the perfect start to a memorable evening in a timeless heritage hotel.
Business leaders want IT strategies that help create front-line growth opportunities for their companies and IT organisations focused on ‘keeping the lights on’ will no longer make the cut, according to a recent senior executive survey from Gartner*.
The good news is that this level of engagement with technology hasn’t been seen since the end of the 1990s, with CEOs perceiving fewer risks and appearing willing to fund projects that apply technology for growth, rather than cost and efficiency.
With the mass adoption of digital, online and modern technologies of the post e-business era, such as social, cloud and mobile, this Dining Club session explores how CIOs are being asked to help their business leaders enable growth with innovative applications of technology. We’ll also discuss how CIOs are ‘letting go’ of their applications and core infrastructure – by using a “hyrbrid” service delivery model – to facilitate that growth.
Join us for an evening of fine dining, informative discussion and great networking.
For more information please contact Jenell Rogers on: Jenell.firstname.lastname@example.org