The Millennium Alliance’s national Private Sector IT Assembly is shaping up to be the premier C-Suite event of the year. From all across the country, leading corporate CIO’s from the most innovative companies will be spending two full days at the Ritz Carlton in Dallas to learn and educate with leading brands and institutions.
For such a high-powered gathering, none other than the esteemed Jason Pontin from the MIT Technology Review will be delivering the opening night keynote address. “Working with Millennium for a while now, it is no surprise that with all of the platforms they provide their members, that their private sector event proves to be one of the most important gatherings of the year for anyone who needs to stay on the cutting edge of innovation. Excited to open up this marquee program in October.”
As we are at the midway point of 2014, we can see that the technology landscape is more strategic than ever. With so many cloud options now, the question has moved from do we transition – to how do we make sure we have full transparency in order to mitigate risk and be most resourceful with company dollars. A lot of organizations are taking this a step further while reinvigorating their application process in an effort for every stage of development to be as seamless as possible; however, protecting corporate data is still the #1 reason why some IT leaders haven’t made the jump entirely yet.
Over the 2 day CIO Event/Assembly, these topics and more will be discussed but in a way that is different from traditional conferences and strategy summits. “Being apart of Millennium provides an opportunity not just learn but to be challenged by the smartest minds in the industry. The what is not as important as the why anymore and to get to the root of any issue requires challenging the status qou.” – Rob Cole CIO Claires. Rob will be joining 70 other leading Millennium Private Sector Corporate IT leaders.
In addition to great content and attendees, the Millennium format was designed by its members as they are extremely busy senior executives whose time is very limited and must be focused exclusively on results. Whether at our one day city programs, executive education sessions, or national assemblies, every Millennium interaction challenges its members and participants to not only create better value for the business but also to add value to their personal growth and development as leaders.