In this Issue...
    • General Registration Is Open Until May 17
    • 2017 Program is Available
    • Preparing for Continuous Change
    • Innovation Showcase
    • Join the Discussion

    General Registration is open until May 17

    General registration is $995 before May 17. After this, a late fee will apply. Don't wait until the last minute, register today!    

    2017 Program is Available   

    The 2017 Symposium will help you navigate through your hazardous and exciting CIO adventure. We’ll help you prepare for now, next, and beyond through insightful discussions around the increasingly important impact technologies (IoT, AI, Blockchain, Big Data, DevOps, Cloud and Cybersecurity) are having on corporations and society.

     The 2017 program is available. Download it today!

    Preparing For Continuous Change

    In an interview with Carla Rudder of The Enterprisers Project, Chairman of the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium, Lindsey Anderson, explained how we are all preparing for continuous change.

    What are these changes? Here’s a preview of a few that we’ll discuss on May 24:

    Despite spending more on IT security, the risk of a breach continues to grow. How will organizations adapt? Join Michael Siegel, Principal Research Scientist & Associate Director, MIT-(IC)3, for the panel discussion Measuring ROI for Cybersecurity: Is It Real or a Mirage? 
    The customer experience is becoming increasing digitized for products across the board. How will IT units share responsibilities and coordinate efforts with other stakeholder groups? Join Nils Fonstad, Research Scientist, MIT Sloan Center for Information Systems Research, for the panel discussion Expanding the Reach of Digital Innovation.

    IT organizations are becoming “factories” that churn out digital capabilities. How will CIOs modernize IT applications, virtualize IT infrastructure, and automate data center operations? Join Steven Rosenbush, Editor, CIO Journal, Wall Street Journal for the panel discussion Running IT like a Factory.

    Talent in the digital age is hard to find and hard to keep. How will companies acquire and use talent to respond faster and collaborate effectively in the digital age? Join Kristine Dery, Research Scientist, MiT Sloan Center for Information Systems Research for the panel discussion Talent Wars in the Digital Age
    Innovation Showcase

    The Innovation Showcase highlights 10 outstanding early stage companies with cutting edge solutions that combine both value and innovation to Enterprise IT.

    Last week we reviewed four of the 2017 finalists, here are three more:

    Fireglass - Tel Aviv, ISRAEL

    Fireglass isolation platform eliminates malware and phishing from web and email without deploying endpoint agents. 

    Green Vulcano - Rome, ITALY

    GreenVulcano Technologies provides innovative On demand, Cloud based service solutions to support Enterprise Internet of Things use cases. 

    PreVeil - Boston, MA

    PreVeil is the application for end-to-end encrypted email, file sharing and storage for people and organizations that want to protect their data.

      Join the Discussion

    The MIT Sloan CIO Symposium is active on social media. Join the discussion online as we prepare for the 2017 Symposium.
    Lindsey Anderson

    MIT Center for Information Systems Research

    MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy

     MIT Sloan Boston Alumni Association