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Business leaders seek capabilities to drive breakthroughs in revenue growth, organizational performance, customer loyalty and innovation. SaaS, social, collaboration, mobile and intelligence technologies have significant impacts and in many cases business leaders will make these investments without IT knowledge or involvement. We will focus on how various factors influence the phenomenon of Rogue IT, what that means to the CIO and strategies for thinking and acting in this "new normal".

3/27/2012
When: Tuesday, March 27, 2012
From 5:30pm to 8:00pm
Where: The Skyline Club
2000 Town Center
Southfield, Michigan  48075
United States
Contact: Ken Faw


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Business leaders are seeking capabilities that will drive breakthroughs in revenue growth, organizational performance, customer loyalty and innovation. SaaS, social, collaboration, mobile and intelligence technologies will have significant impacts and in many cases business leaders will make these investments without IT knowledge or involvement.

This session will cover emerging technologies, how they are being introduced into the organization, their effect on the application portfolio and the way to balance new and legacy investments.

  • How will applications technology change through 2020?
  • How can emerging applications technology be tied to business value?
  • What should be done to balance investments in legacy, current and emerging technology?

Our focus throughout the conversation will be on how these factors influence the phenomenon of Rogue IT, what that means to the CIO and strategies for thinking and acting in this "new normal".

About the Facilitator: Dennis Gaughan is a managing VP within the Enterprise Software research team, focusing on enterprise applications. His research focus is on the enabling technologies that support those enterprise applications, including application integration and B2B infrastructure.

Mr. Gaughan started his career in IT organizations working both in infrastructure and operations and application development, moving to more senior leadership positions. He started with AMR as the company's first director of IT, building a strategy and staff to support a high-growth company. Mr. Gaughan moved from IT into the research organization, where he advised clients on topics from IT strategy and governance practices to enabling technologies such as SOA and RFID. He also worked within IBM SWG, doing product strategy and management for the Tivoli Security portfolio.

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