Next week, Wednesday, April 9th, Progress will be a featured partner at the Landmark CIO Summit, an exclusive, one-day event that provides senior executives the opportunity to discuss and debate the technology, trends and innovations shaping the future of the enterprise technology. The Summit will bring together more than 750 top Global CIO, CTO, Corporate Technology and Venture Capital professionals to explore leading innovations in key sectors, including Big Data & Real-Time Analytics, Cloud & Infrastructure, Cyber Security & Information Protection, Enterprise Mobility, and Sourcing Strategy, through a series of discussions, debates and networking.
Progress President and CEO, Phil Pead will moderate a session titled, "Application Development for the Internet Age,” from 2:00 – 5:00PM EST. The session will draw insight from Curtis Brown, Global Chief Technology Officer & EVP, AOL; Michael McGinniss, SVP, Digital Technology Services, HarperCollins Publishers; and Stephen Orban, Global Head of Technology and CIO Dow Jones, on how corporate applications and software development need to change to take advantage of advances in technology. They will also explore how to anticipate business needs and offer a competitive advantage when it comes to applications. If you're attending the event, this is a session you don't want to miss!
The event will also feature other industry experts including Tsvi Gal, Chief Technology Officer, Morgan Stanley; Ed Amoroso, SVP & Chief Security Officer, AT&T; Bill Ruh, VP, Global Software & Corporate Officer, GE and many more! To learn more about the Landmark CIO Summit, visit the event website. To those attending, we look forward to seeing you there!
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