CIO Summit 2020

The COVID19 pandemic has impacted the global economy in such a way that organisations across all industries are being forced to rethink how they do business. Technology and digital leaders across Australia have been forced to deliver technology solutions for an increasing number of remote workers.

These leaders are creating a future enterprise, a workforce that is fluid and unrestrained by time or physical space, and one that is completely enabled by technological innovation.

The Future Enterprise: Digital Transformation 2.0 is the central theme of this year’s virtual CIO Summit, brought to you by CIO Australia, IDC and the CIO Executive Council.

The virtual event in September will feature practical advice and resources from CIOs and other senior industry leaders around the ways your organisation can best navigate the postpandemic economic climate. Secure technologies that improve the experience of internal and external customers and help organisations meet their objectives are more important than ever. 

Don’t miss this opportunity to join CIO Australia ‘s editor-in-chief, Byron Connolly and some of the leading commentators in the enterprise technology sector for this year’s virtual CIO Summit. 

Who should attend?

  • Chief information officers
  • Chief technology officers
  • Chief digital and data officers
  • Chief security officers
  • Business Leaders, COOs
  • General Managers of IT/IT Directors
  • Senior IT executives
  • IT managers and other senior business executives

For more information, please contact Jessika Fisher on jessika_fisher@idg.com.au. 

Attendance is limited to chief information and digital officers, IT directors, general managers of IT and their direct reports. IDG and IDC reserve the right to refuse attendance to any person not fitting this job description or from a non-sponsoring vendor organisation.

Live Virtual Event

Date/Time

Wednesday, 23rd Sep 2020 8:45 a.m. - Thursday, 24th Sep 2020 1:45 p.m.

Venue

Live Virtual Forum . . . .
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Who Should Attend

  • Chief information officers
  • Chief technology officers
  • Chief digital and data officers
  • Chief security officers
  • General Managers of IT/IT Directors
  • Senior IT executives
  • IT managers and other senior business executives