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The CIO & IT Security  Forum | Now in Its 17th Year

Our conference program is refreshingly different to what you're used to seeing at regular tradeshows and conferences. Why?

  • Built Around Your Needs: We create The Forums conference program based on research and feedback from our clients, senior level IT executives, who like you are dealing with critical issues on a daily basis
  • First class speakers: Conference sessions are led by peers or industry experts, who have a clear understanding of the business obstacles inherent in controlling large technology departments and how they can be managed and resolved.
  • Intimate sessions: Sessions are for small groups of under 25 delegates. This environment encourages attendees to be able to share best practices, successful case studies, and receive opinions and suggestions from their colleagues.  

 

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2015 Opening Keynote
2015 Opening Keynote
  • 2015 Opening Keynote

    Darrell M. West, Vice President of Governance Studies and Director of Center for Technology Innovation, Douglas Dillon Chair in Governance Studies, The Brookings Institution

    Darrell M. West is the Vice President of Governance Studies and Director of the Center for Technology Innovation at the Brookings Institution. He holds the Douglas Dillon Chair in Governance Studies.  Previously, he was the John Hazen White Professor of Political Science and Public Policy and Director of the Taubman Center for Public Policy at Brown University.  His current research focuses on technology policy, health care, and education.

    West is the author of 19 books including Digital Schools (Brookings, 2012), The Next Wave:  Using Digital Technology to Further Social and Political Innovation (Brookings, 2011), Brain Gain:  Rethinking U.S. Immigration Policy (Brookings, 2010), Digital Medicine:  Health Care in the Internet Era (Brookings, 2009), Digital Government: Technology and Public Sector Performance, (Princeton University Press, 2005), and Air Wars: Television Advertising in Election Campaigns (Congressional Quarterly Press, 2005), among others.

    He is the winner of the American Political Science Association’s Don K. Price award for best book on technology (for Digital Government) and the American Political Science Association’s Doris Graber award for best book on political communications (for Cross Talk).  He has delivered nearly 150 lectures in a dozen different countries, including China, Japan, Russia, Taiwan, Mexico, Brazil, Germany, Netherlands, Portugal, Turkey, Bahrain, and the United States, and has been quoted in leading newspapers, radio stations, and national television networks around the world. 
     

     

2015 Topic Preview
2015 Topic Preview
  • 2015 Topic Preview

    Topics currently being considered for The CIO Forums:

    Is Marketing going to eat your lunch? The increasing pull on the IT Budget
    IT Security Trends 2015
    Embracing Mobility
    Big Data, Big Problems: Getting well past the hype
    Collaboration & innovation Realities
    Disruptive Tech
    The New(est) IT Leadership Approach


    Please let Michael Brennan know if you’d like to be updated as we add speakers and sessions.

    If you would like to participate in the program, recommend any speakers or topics, or take part in a 1-1 research call, please contact Steve McCuaig via email.
     


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