2011 InformationWeek 500 Conference Announces Details of 'The Need for Speed'
CIO Conference To Focus On How Organizations Are Accelerating Business Execution And Growth
Aug 17, 2011
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- InformationWeek 500 Conference announced the speakers and presenters for its annual executive event, taking place September 11-13, at the St. Regis Monarch Beach in Southern California. The conference will highlight how leading-edge organizations are delivering technology-based innovations faster than ever before – allowing their enterprises to manage cash more effectively, invest more wisely, delight customers more consistently, and manage risk more profitably.
The conference features a range of keynote, panel, and workshop sessions, including:
"If there's one common thread we're hearing in our discussions with CIOs, it's the tremendous pressure they're under to deliver technology projects and programs faster, in order to support and drive business growth," said Rob Preston, VP and editor in chief of InformationWeek. "A range of technologies and technology approaches feed into this greater 'need for speed,' everything from cloud computing to mobility to social networking to agile software development."
Additional Conference speakers include:
For more information, go to: www.informationweekconference.com.
For more than two decades, the InformationWeek 500 Conference has celebrated the 500 most innovative users of business technology. Past overall winners include CME Group, National Semiconductor, Con-way, and Principal Financial Group.
This year's InformationWeek 500 Conference is sponsored by: Cognizant; Dell, Inc.; HCL; IBM; Information Builders; Microsoft; Rimini Street, Inc.; Riverbed; SuccessFactors; Syniverse; VMware; Vidyo; Workday.
Attendance at the InformationWeek 500 Conference is limited to maintain an intimate setting and foster dialog among executive participants. General attendee registration can be found online; only qualified registrants will be accepted. Media credentials are also extended by request; interested media should contact Winnie Ng-Schuchman.
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