|7:30 am to 8:00 am||Registration, Breakfast & Networking|
Keynote Presentation: The New IT
Noted consultant and author Jill Dyché discusses what, in her forthcoming book, she calls “The New IT.” She will describe new models for IT business engagement, the role of corporate culture in redefining IT, and analytics in the changing IT landscape.Jill illustrates other shifting models for IT organizations by considering five levers—cultural alignment, organizational models, corporate strategy, portfolio management, and support structures—that can help CIOs reframe their organizations and establish a twenty-first century vision for IT, and in so doing, create value anew.
The New IT Asks: To Hadoop or Not to Hadoop?
In this session, we’ll take a quick look at some of these current trends, and then jump right into answering some common Hadoop questions, such as:
Come prepared to participate in this brief, interactive session – and leave with a better understanding of how Hadoop can help your organization.
The New IT Asks: How Can Our Data Generate Value?
In this session, we will look at a variety of models for internal business value generation and external monetization and we will review the capabilities necessary to successfully create and sustain competitive advantage in the information business.
Data Executive Roundtable Discussion
Date & Time: April 15, 2015 – 7:30 am – 10:30 am
Location: St. Andrew’s Club & Conference Centre
150 King St. W., 27th Floor
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Questions? Contact Andrew.Bowden@sas.com