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What You Get

Our ‘invitation-only’ approach allows us to provide exceptional service for our audience.

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Conference Pass

Full access to the event, from educational sessions to networking events.

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Flight Voucher

Traveling more than 100 miles? We'll help with a $200 flight reimbursement.

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Overnight Hotel

We cover the first night and offer a discounted rate. Spouses welcomed.

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5 Star Catering

Let us treat you to breakfast, lunch, networking receptions and dinner.

Who You'll Meet

A unique engagement opportunity with IT executives from emerging mid-market companies.

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Influential Peers

Learn from the best in the field and walk away with actionable insights.

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Practitioners

Gain valuable and actionable insights from knowledgable IT experts.

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Leading Partners

Meet only the solution providers most relevant for your projects and initiatives.

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Connections

Unparalleled networking opportunities with high profile industry leaders.

What You'll Do

Your registration creates a truly customized agenda based on your specific areas of responsibility, challenges and interests.

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Peer-Led Learning

Spend most of your time participating in educational sessions and networking activities.

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Educational Sessions

Keynotes, case studies, plenary sessions, industry panel discussions, and more.

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Networking Activities

The ideal event to connect with peers who can truly make a difference to your career.

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Research Meetings

Discover and validate leading solutions guided by knowledgable executives.

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KEY THEMES

A 100% peer-driven educational program centered around 5 key themes addressing the mid-market IT challenges.

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Key Themes

close Cloud Strategy
  • Advantages & Disadvantages of Public vs Private Cloud
  • Staffing Changes in a Cloud Environment
  • Controlling Cloud Costs: Leveraging Cloud to Drive Your IT Cost Down
  • Challenges & Opportunities When Switching to the Cloud
  • Developing a Mobile Cloud Strategy for Business
  • Cloud Based Initiatives How to Support Cloud vs. Security
  • Network Integration Between Public and Private Cloud
  • The Future of VoIP & It’s Reliability
  • Security Protocols: Network Security/Cyber Security/Data Security
  • The Use of AI in Data Security: Today’s Opportunities and Challenges
  • Successful Data Governance Approaches
  • Lowering the Risk of a Data Breach When Using the Cloud
  • Protecting Unstructured Data: How Secure Do I Need to Be?
  • Network Visibility and Integration with Security Needs
  • BYOD-Wireless Protection: Implementing Company-Wide Phone Wipes
  • How Do We Make It Easier to Keep Ourselves and Our User Communities Safe?
  • Integration of Security into Strategic Planning Processes and Operations
  • Security vs. Ease of Access
  • Disaster Plans & Business Continuity
  • How to Personalize A.I. and Customer Engagement
  • Leadership Challenges and the Resistance in Changing Processes
  • Strategies on IT Governance - Budgeting and Prioritization
  • Vendor Relations & Contract Negotiations
  • How to Strive in an Environment Where Stated Goals Do Not Match Observed Behavior
  • Understanding the Mechanics of Teaching & Delivering
  • Managing IOT Infrastructure Growth Without the Infrastructure Staff
  • Data Loss Prevention and Backups
  • Enterprise Data Management and Data Classification
  • Utilizing Big Data Analytics: New Tools, New Insights
  • Machine learning and Big Data, What Can Our Data Teach the Machine?
  • How to Monetize Data: Finding the Right Data Analytics Software for Your Needs
  • Dark Data: How to Look at Previously Collected Data, and Use it for Multiple Purposes
  • Does Agile Work in All Software Development Projects? When Does it Work? When Does it Hurt?
  • DevOps Strategy: How to Create a DevOps Culture
  • Keeping Up with Emerging Software Technologies
  • Top Practices for SaaS Application Development
  • Using Technology to Support Anticipated Changes

SPEAKERS

Get insights from 20+ specialized mid-market IT executives making way in the ever-changing world of emerging technologies. Presenters from the 2017 series included:

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Jim Gilbert

CTO

Rapid City South Dakota

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Lance Ralls

CIO

Belkin International

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Tom Jurlina

CIO

National Able Network Inc

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Bill Packer

CIO

American Financial Resources

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Jeniffer Oburu

Business Process Owner - Service Management (Global IT)

Coca-Cola Company

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Douglas Duncan

CIO

Columbia Insurance Group

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Karthik Devarajan

Director of IT

Legal Aid Bureau

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Dan Furlong

Director, Project Management Officer

Medical University of South Carolina

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Eddie Ho

CIO

Los Alamos National Bank

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Carolyn Bogan

VP, IT Shared Services

KAR Auction Services

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Adip Dsouza

Director of IT

Professional Finance Company, Inc

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Moy Chambers

SVP of IT

LifeVantage Corporation

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Jim Garrett

CISO & VP of IT

American Healthcare LLC

AGENDA

Make every session valuable by selecting up to 3 key themes to mix and match the most relevant topics to you. Sessions from our 2017 series included:

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Cyber Security
SundayNetworking

Welcome Cocktail Reception & Registration

MondayNetworking

Breakfast Buffet

MondayKeynote

close Fielding Your Vendor Dream Team: MoneyBall for Software

Info-Tech Research Group Inc. - Director, Commercial Strategy

Each year, organizations cumulatively spend nearly 1 trillion dollars on enterprise software & services, and that number is rapidly increasing. The challenge Info-Tech has found is that over 50% of software purchasing decisions are ineffective. Worse, organizations are extremely likely to renew their software regardless of whether they are satisfied with it.

In this session we will share analytical insights from over 5000 in-depth enterprise software reviews we’ve collected from IT and business leaders to help you understand how you can more effectively select and manage enterprise software, and save money while doing it. Learn what processes are most and least effective, and where the risks are.

Hint: it’s not where you think.

Speaker

Matthew Mandich
Director, Commercial StrategyInfo-Tech Research Group Inc.
Monday

Targeted Research Meetings

Expo Hall
Monday, June 11Breakout Presentation

close Debunking Cybersecurity Myths Around Public Cloud

Cyber SecurityNational Able Network Inc - CIO

Most organizations claim to have a cloud first mentality. Everyone knows that cloud computing is here to stay and is a necessary business driver. Unfortunately, cloud security myths keep circulating causing many IT executives to delay, fear and drag their feet with public cloud adoption. Presentation will delve into some of these myths.

Key Takeaways:

  • Cloud typically provides better protections than on premise
  • Easier management and reporting with cloud solutions
  • More cloud security resources and stopping shadow IT
  • Easier BYOD and less hardware/user management

Speaker

Tom Jurlina
CIONational Able Network Inc
Monday, June 11Breakout Presentation

close The Changing Leadership Role of CIO in Digital Transformation

CIO Leadership & InnovationBelkin International - CIO

Leadership Lessons from the Electronics, Toy, Media, and Movie Industries

Key Takeaways:

  • How to work and influence other executives
  • That digital transformation/technology is 25%, but you must address organization and process that is the other 75%
  • How to ensure IT/technology is at the front of the conversation and not at the end of the conversation
  • Stories/lessons around success and failure when this is done well or not done well

Speaker

Lance Ralls
CIOBelkin International
MondayBreakout Presentation

close The Power of Artificial Intelligence (AI)

The Bay Club Company - CIO

There is a growing concern within IT leadership and business operators that not knowing how to engage with AI will put them in the rear-view mirror, but in many ways, it’s still early.

Key Takeaways:

  • IT one of the larges adopters of AI; in computer-to-computer transactions
  • AI making IT Security Professionals more valuable to employer
  • IT is using AI to resolve tech support issues
  • Opportunities or applications of AI won’t replace people but it produces great results.

Speaker

Aaron Gette
CIOThe Bay Club Company
Monday, June 11Breakout Presentation

close How Do We Make it Easier to Keep Ourselves and Our IT Communities Safe?

Cyber SecurityAmerican Healthcare LLC - CISO & VP of IT

Understand and spread the importance of online safety. Ensure protection of information from email to a friend to financial and medical records. As with most environments, the use of wireless networks sometimes provides more vulnerabilities than usefulness. With all the malware (especially ransom-ware) exploding, training and awareness is key to protecting personal and business information.

Key Takeaways:

  • Online? How to relax
  • Ransom-ware is on the rise and everyone has to be aware
  • The internet is useful but dangerous so understand how to use technology to protect yourself
  • Best practices to enforce procedures to ensure safe computing in your place of business

Speaker

Jim Garrett
CISO & VP of ITAmerican Healthcare LLC
Monday, June 11Breakout Presentation

close What does AI have to do with Service Management?

CIO Leadership & InnovationCoca-Cola Company - Business Process Owner - Service Management (Global IT)

How does traditional IT Service Management address the digital transformation leveraging intelligence, automation and predictive capabilities to deliver services. Additionally the proliferation of cloud technologies is moving at such an advanced rate that companies are being forced to adapt new methodologies to address these challenges. This presentation explores the ways Service Management will need to evolve to keep abreast with all the digital transformation taking place.

Key Takeaways:

  • One size doesn’t fit all in terms of methodologies.
  • Cost efficiency still key driver in adoption of AI and ML
  • Role of the Service Desk agent must also evolve

Speaker

Jeniffer Oburu
Business Process Owner - Service Management (Global IT)Coca-Cola Company
Monday, June 11Breakout Presentation

close Giving Up Privacy for Convenience

Cyber SecurityEbsco - CIO

Discussion from an IT leader on how we need to think differently to better protect our most valuable corporate assets. Discussion will focus on the societal shift of this digital generation

Key Takeaways:

  • Discussion on current digital landscape
  • Overview of behavioral risks to security
  • Mitigation strategies
  • Key Questions to grade yourself/organization

Speaker

Ryan Loy
CIOEbsco
Monday, June 11Breakout Presentation

close How to Leverage Cloud Technologies and When

Cloud StrategyLifeVantage Corporation - SVP of IT

Today’s technology platforms enable companies to approach team building, training and selling opportunities in ways that were previously unimaginable. This quantum leap forward has introduced new challenges: as we scramble to implement the latest and greatest, we may not allow our previous technology investments to reach their full promise.

Key Takeaways:

  • How to leverage Cloud technologies and when
  • How will AI affect your Cloud Strategy
  • Understand that change has changed
  • When to cut and run away from an investment

Speaker

Moy Chambers
SVP of ITLifeVantage Corporation
MondayBreakout Presentation

close Technology Infrastructure Program: A Process to Grid Modernization

Otter Tail Corporation - VP of Information Technology

Long-term vision and framework for proactive investments in technology and infrastructure, which enable a mobile, automated, analytics-based future to optimally and efficiently operate utility.

Key Takeaways:

  • GIS will be the primary source for most company data unless disproven and GIS will be integrated with nearly all major company systems to improve decision making
  • AMI will be strategically deployed to minimize employee change and maximize benefits
  • Greater interconnected systems that minimize redundancy of feature sets
  • Communications and other operational systems will enable switches to operate remotely to isolate system issues. This will enable demand savings and energy efficiency possibilities through automated regulator and capacitor control (i.e. Conservation Voltage Reduction, Volt/Var Optimization) Customer loads will be synched to the markets to react in real time to pricing signals to improve load factors and system efficiency. (DERMS) This communication system will be used to support all utility applications from SCADA, to AMI, to load management.

Speaker

Don Reed
VP of Information TechnologyOtter Tail Corporation
Monday, June 11Breakout Presentation

close Leadership Framework for Building Elite Teams

CIO Leadership & InnovationColumbia Insurance Group - CIO

Building an elite team is hard, and having a good plan may not be enough without a framework customized for your specific organizational environment. We will examine six key relationships, such as the intersection of management approach versus organizational design. The insights provided will improve your team building success.

Key Takeaways:

  • Building elite teams requires understanding the organizational environment
  • Evaluating the relationship between key environmental factors within the company provides insights into optimal approach
  • Organizational conditions need not be ideal for building an elite team

Speaker

Douglas Duncan
CIOColumbia Insurance Group
MondayNetworking

Lunch

Monday

Targeted Research Meetings

Expo Hall
MondayBreakout Presentation

close How To Recover From an IT Crisis?

Classic Hotels & Resorts - VP of IT & Cyber Security

Steps on what to do during a technology crisis. Wrong and right ways and how others handle similar situations. Necessary to have audience involvement as there is no right way.

Key Takeaways:

  • Its going to happen?
  • What to do when it happens?
  • Multiple levels to what a crisis is, virus, system failure, power outage, INTERNET outage, data breach.
  • How to utilize your resources and recover?
  • How to translate IT speak to the masses in your business? This is key as communication and recovery steps are most likely overlapping as you and your teams try to recover from the IT Crisis.

Speaker

Esteban Velez
VP of IT & Cyber SecurityClassic Hotels & Resorts
Monday, June 11Breakout Presentation

close Innovate Your Way to Top Performance

CIO Leadership & InnovationAmerican Financial Resources - CIO

In the competition for talent and revenue being innovative is an important component of a holistic positioning strategy. In this presentation we will examine how the technology leader can use innovation concepts to (1) hire and retain great talent; and (2) bring to market key product discoveries that will help propel your company forward.

Key Takeaways:

  • Innovation reduces key employee turnover
  • Innovation allows you to attract the “best” talent
  • Innovation can propel the technology team to be a thought leader within the company
  • Innovation can be accretive to your financial performance

Speaker

Bill Packer
CIOAmerican Financial Resources
MondayBreakout Presentation

close Analytics, Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence: The What and How?

NASS & USDA - CIO

This presentation will explain big data analytics, internet of things (IoT), machine learning, neural networks, deep learning artificial intelligence (AI) and data science. It will also cover how these technologies are being leveraged to increase efficiencies in enterprise’s daily operations, to identify new business opportunities and to enhance customer service.

Key Takeaways:

  • Distinction between and understanding of: Analytics, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Neural Nets, etc.
  • Examples of how these technologies are being used to create new business models and enhance customer service
  • How to integrate data from various sensors (IoT) – Challenges and opportunities
  • How sensors are being used in Precision Agriculture to increase profit
  • How to initiate digital transformation in a legacy organization

Speaker

Dr. Michael Valivullah
CIONASS & USDA
Monday, June 11Breakout Presentation

close Moving Operational Computing Resources to Microsoft Cloud

Cloud StrategyLegal Aid Bureau - Director of IT

The focus will be specifically on how Maryland Legal Aid extended its on-premises infrastructure and operational computing resources to the cloud and provide some real world scenarios on what workloads you could move to Azure for minimal cost. There will be a live demonstration of Azure portal.

Key Takeaways:

  • Better insights on Microsoft Azure Platform
  • Simple services that could be moved to the cloud
  • Identify if cloud is a better fit

Speaker

Karthik Devarajan
Director of ITLegal Aid Bureau
MondayBreakout Presentation

close Building a Transformational IT Team: Create the Future and Make it Sustainable

Ash Brokerage - EVP & CIO

Talent acquisition, development and retention are critical to all IT projects, and especially to digital transformation. Building transformational and high performance teams requires a general framework, a vision towards the future and a means to sustain progress in the event of team, talent and market disruptions. In this session we’ll discuss how you can acquire, create and retain highly performing IT teams despite adversity and change.

Key Takeaways:

  • Surround yourself with exceptional senior leadership, 3 to 5 key members
  • Tie into the local universities in a big way – advisory committees, adjuncts, etc.
  • Build your intern bench as large as your organization will allow
  • Create a social contract – everyone must develop their replacement
  • Develop future technical, managerial and executive leaders
  • For complete employee buy-in, make your framework organizationally agnostic
  • Pay employees at or slightly above area market

Speaker

David Threm
EVP & CIOAsh Brokerage
Monday, June 11Breakout Presentation

close IT Turnaround: Strategic Rebuilding

CIO Leadership & InnovationLos Alamos National Bank - CIO

Information technology is the center-point of all business operations. Degeneration of I/T is common in a wide variety of businesses due to neglect. As a turnaround CIO, I have experienced this in many industries, and have been brought in to perform quick turnarounds to mitigate serious risks to the company. The risks include critical applications failure with serious customer impacts, daily front-page negative reporting, poor employee morale with high turnover, and regulators on-site conducting probes and discovery.

Key Takeaways:

  • Design the turnaround road map and flipping strategy
  • Drive the cultural program, talent refresh, and team building
  • Build standard-based internal control program: COBIT and COSO
  • Learn from real-world case studies

Speaker

Eddie Ho
CIOLos Alamos National Bank
MondayBreakout Presentation

close Technology Development at Scale: a LeSS Overview

Goldline LLC - Chief Information Officer

Traditional sequential-lifecycle application development doesn’t work well.  Since 2001, Agile development and Scrum in particular have revolutionized software development.  LeSS is a scaling framework that finds the sweet spot between defined concrete elements and empirical process control.  LeSS as a framework is more than a set of principles and experiments. It also provides a framework with rules. The LeSS Rules define what is LeSS (and what isn’t) and they provide a concrete framework for applying LeSS.

Key Takeaways:

  • LeSS Principles
  • A Framework that Focuses on Customer Value and Rapid Innovation
  • Organizational Impact of Agile at Scale

Speaker

Doug Spencer
Chief Information OfficerGoldline LLC
Monday, June 11Breakout Presentation

close Question Everything: Guiding Data Science Projects Through Questions

Data Management – Strategy for Storage and AnalyticsRapid City South Dakota - CTO

Asking the right questions during all phases of the project can be the difference between success and failure. Knowing the right questions to ask is difficult, especially if you don’t have a Data Science background. This presentation will help you guide your projects by asking these questions.

Key Takeaways:

  • The importance of scoping a data science project correctly
  • Understanding Mode and Method
  • Building a successful project team
  • Ways to recognize and eliminate bias

Speaker

Jim Gilbert
CTORapid City South Dakota
MondayNetworking

Industry Dinner

TuesdayNetworking

Breakfast Buffet

Tuesdaykeynote

close A Team For All Times

MasterCard - VP of IT Asset Management

Team building is not a party…but it doesn’t have to be a circus! When we recognize we can leverage seemingly unpredictable human nature, we can collectively effect positive change. Learn how expecting the unexpected can create a collaborative and effective team.

KEY TAKEAWAYS
You cannot always know all the variables – sometimes “good enough” is all you get
It is always about the numbers – know your costs to defend your value
Managers hire you for what they need not for what you want to do – learn the difference to make a difference
Changing perception is hard: Say what you mean, mean what you say and don’t say it mean
Team building is not a party…but it doesn’t have to be a circus! When we recognize we can leverage seemingly unpredictable human nature,
we can collectively effect positive change. Learn how expecting the unexpected can create a collaborative and effective team.

Speaker

Liz Reich
VP of IT Asset ManagementMasterCard
Tuesday

Targeted Research Meetings

Expo Hall
TuesdayBreakout Presentation

close Cybersecurity War Stories: Tales from the Trenches

Arctic Wolf Networks - Co-Founder and CEO

In today’s world, it’s imperative for organizations of all sizes to have an online presence to succeed in business. But there’s a risk to always being connected—organizations are prime targets for cyber attacks. Recent ransomware strains like Petya and WannaCry demonstrate how business can be brought to a grinding halt by encrypting your business critical data. Join CEO and Founder of Arctic Wolf Networks (AWN), Brian NeSmith, as he highlights some of the most interesting attacks that Arctic Wolf Networks has seen in 2017. You’ll also hear why a robust SOC-as-a-service with human augmented machine learning is critical to bolster your defenses against the most advanced of threats.

Speaker

Brian NeSmith
Co-Founder and CEOArctic Wolf Networks
Tuesday, June 12Breakout Presentation

close Cybersecurity Vs. Compliance

Cyber SecurityRBCU - CIO & CISO

Compliance based approaches to cybersecurity have helped implement a minimum level of security but have failed to protect organizations. In a dynamic threat environment, organizations have come to the conclusion that a risk-based approach to management of cyber-security is necessary.

Key Takeaways:

  • Compliance
  • Data Breach Exercise
  • Data Classification
  • Risk-based Cybersecurity

Speaker

Pierre Merlin
CIO & CISORBCU
Tuesday, June 12Breakout Presentation

close It's All About Them...Your Employees!

CIO Leadership & InnovationKAR Auction Services - VP, IT Shared Services

Your employees will determine the success of your business. Focusing on your employees’ well-being and happiest does matter in today’s work environment. The company first mentality is a thing of the past. Taking the time to “get to know” your workforce, not just their skillset, will increase employee’s engagement. It’s all about them, our employees!

Key Takeaways:

  • The benefits of a strong employee-centric work environment
  • Tools to help you understand your employee’s engagement
  • How to create structure to sustain employee engagement

Speaker

Carolyn Bogan
VP, IT Shared ServicesKAR Auction Services
Tuesday, June 12Breakout Presentation

close Business Intelligence - Everything You Need to Know to Get Started

Data Management – Strategy for Storage and AnalyticsProfessional Finance Company, Inc - Director of IT

Business Intelligence is extremely important in today’s world. It is absolutely imperative every organization uses BI to gain insights into consumer behavior, improve visibility in their organization, and turn data into actionable information. In turn, this will significantly improve efficiency. BI systems must be made available to the entire organization to fully reap all the benefits.

Key Takeaways:

  • Understand the importance of BI
  • How to plan for a successful BI system
  • How to obtain organization wide buy-in

Speaker

Adip Dsouza
Director of ITProfessional Finance Company, Inc
Tuesday, June 12Breakout Presentation

close Bringing Order to the Project Prioritization Madness

CIO Leadership & InnovationMedical University of South Carolina - Director, Project Management Officer

Too many times initiatives are prioritized by who screams the loudest! This session will help you develop and weight simple selection and scoring criteria that are justifiable, repeatable, and explainable so that you can align your resources with the strategic initiatives and projects that best support your business goals.

Key Takeaways:

  • Practice using tools that can help you reach consensus quickly
  • Learn how to use pairwise comparisons to develop scoring criteria
  • Understand the importance of a formal, consistent method for choosing work
  • Broaden your “tool-belt” but learning how to use old tools in new ways

Speaker

Dan Furlong
Director, Project Management OfficerMedical University of South Carolina
TuesdayNetworking

Lunch

2017 STEERING COMMITTEE

Active mid-market IT pros help us design a relevant and 100% peer-led educational program. Members from the 2017 series included:

Steering Committee Members

Jeffrey Potter SVP, CTO
Davenport & Company LLC
Nick Roethel CIO - Director of Technology Services
Metropolitan Transportation Comm
Borys Harmaty CIO
FolioFN Inc
Armin Roeseler CIO
Swanson Health Products
John Martin CIO
Georgia Department of Natural Resources
Larry Schachter CIO
Benderson Development Co. LLC
Grady Ligon CIO
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices
Robert Bierwagen CIO & VP
MPI Corp
Mitchell Morris CIO
The Huntington
Douglas Duncan CIO
Columbia Insurance Group
David Finkelstein CIO
RiverSpring Health
Bert Sams VP, IT
Haggai Institute
Adip Dsouza Director - IT
Professional Finance Company, Inc.
Karl Schubert CIO/CTO
TechNova Consulting LLC
Nathan Mumm CTO
Copiers Northwest
Karthik Devarajan Director of IT
Legal Aid Bureau
Keith Scott Director of IT
DiversiTech
Ron Dinwiddie CIO
Texas Trust Credit Union
Scott Walker VP of IT
Top Rx
Stephanie Sylvestre CIO & Chief Programs Officer
The Children's Trust
Tony Rehmer SVP of IT
Children's Miracle Network Hospitals
Trent Baker CISO/CTO
InSync Healthcare Solutions
Tyrone Grandison CIO
Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation
Val King CIO
Val Verde Regional Medical Center
William Mahoney VP of IT & Compliance
Centric Technology Solutions, LLC
Ben Cranmore CIO
Furniture Outlets USA Inc.
Brian Mehle CIO
Atlantic Specialty Lines
Ed Jarecki Assistant VP Enterprise IT and PMO
Bellevue University
Frank Zalich VP of IT
Neighborhood House Association
George Prior CIO
Burgess Group
Hugh Miller CIO, CTA
San Antonio
James Peterson CIO
Messagebroadcast
Joseph Meadors SVP, IT and Facilities, CISO
Harrison College
Joseph Moreau Vice Chancellor of Technology & CTO
Foothill-De Anza Community College District
Michael Ouren CIO
HealthInsight
Mugunth Vaithylingam CIO
College of Southern Nevada
Sean Hagarty CIO - VP of IT
Bioventus
Steve Gebhart CTO
WVC
Willis Marti CISO
Texas A&M University

ATTENDEES

Over the year’s we’ve help thousands of senior-level IT executives connect with peers in different industries to discuss their top-of-mind directives. Delegates from the 2017 series included:

Attendee Testimonials

"The format of the sessions and one-on-one meeting with vendors was a very effective use of my time. The best part of the event is the experts from various areas of information security and solution providers under one roof. It provided an opportunity to learn in a succinct manner without spending too many days out of the office."

"CIO VISIONS is time well spent. In the office, I often don't have time to answer all the emails I received from vendors and then find out which one is the right fit for what I need. The personalized research meeting format allows me to have conversations with vendors that I currently have initiatives for, so the conversations with them are very productive. The sessions are in line with current industry and the networking experience with industry peers is phenomenal!"

"As CIOs we understand the need to network and learn from our peers and experts in the market place. The good news is that there are a plethora of opportunities for us to attend CIO centric events, but sadly, therein lies the difficulty. We have limited time and need to select the events that help us provide the best technological guidance to the enterprises we serve. Having served on many panels and chaired many sessions across many of these events, I have narrowed down the events I attend to a handful. CIO VISIONS is one of them. "

"CIO VISIONS Mid-Marekt is an excellent event for IT leaders to connect, network and discuss the current state of IT. With practitioners providing the presentations and key talks, this is a very practical and "real" event for the attendees."

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EXHIBITORS

CIO VISIONS is the IT industry’s fastest growing event, quickly establishing a reputation as the boiling pot of information, ideas and solutions. Sponsors from the 2017 series included:

Exhibitor Testimonials
EXHIBITOR TESTIMONIALS

"This was my second year attending the CIO VISIONS Mid-Market Summit and each year was worth every dollar we spent. The quality of the meetings and attendees exceeded our expectations!"

EXHIBITOR TESTIMONIALS

"CIO VISIONS continues to attract an array of bright-minded and forward thinking IT professionals, and to showcase impressive industry thought-leaders – benefits every conference goer looks to realize. The unique networking opportunities combined with the stimulating atmosphere make this event one in a class of it’s own."

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ABOUT CIO VISIONS

North America's leading IT executive-level event plays host to over 500 attendees each year. In the last decade, we’ve produced 15 large scale CIO VISIONS summits across America.

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HOTEL & TRAVEL

Your full access conference pass includes overnight accommodations, meals and cocktail receptions.

The Hotel

Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa

Featuring luxurious hotel rooms and suites, three-acre pool backyard, sensuous spa treatments, delectable dining and exciting casino gaming–all overlooking the stunning Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.

Inspired by the natural beauty of the neighboring mountains, Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa, Las Vegas; Spa pays homage to the elegant mid-century modern resorts that made Las Vegas famous. Spacious accommodations are designed with modern contemporary décor and a wealth of amenities like no other hotel rooms in Las Vegas, and include a 42-inch HD TV, VOIP internet phones, an automated, fully-stocked private bar and in-room safe.
Accommodations must be booked through the conference organizers and not through the venue directly. We cover the first night and offer a discounted rate. Spouses welcomed. For reservations please contact:
The closest airport to the hotel is McCarran International Airport (LAS). Red Rock does operate a complimentary shuttle between McCarran Airport and the hotel. You can see the shuttle schedule here. Taxis are also available at the airport and cost approximately $50 each way.
Red Rock Resort, Casino & Spa | 11011 W. Charleston Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89135