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School of Information Studies, Syracuse University, Upstate CIO Conference

April 14th, 2010 · No Comments · cloud computing, government 2.0, presentations

This coming Friday, April 16, the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University is hosting a conference to bring together CIO’s and Academic leaders to discuss some of the current issues facing IT. The conference welcome describes the nature of the conference pretty clearly:

“Welcome to the first Upstate CIO Conference, where CIOs from Upstate New York will connect, discuss industry trends and emerging technologies, and inform course content for information executives.

The Upstate CIO Conference is a one-day conference, held on Friday, April 16, 2010, at the School of Information Studies (iSchool) on the Syracuse University campus. The conference brings together Upstate CIOs and information technology professors to explore how academic research and professional experience come together to create innovative solutions to industry challenges, create industry trends, and educate professionals who can meet the needs of the 21st century global workplace.”

I was invited to give the keynote for the conference and to serve on a panel focusing on IT Governance. My keynote will discuss my thoughts regarding governance and how it differs between the private and public sectors. I’ll also cover what I call First Principals which are some of the key trends that are underneath some of the current technology trends.

I have included a copy of the slides below. In the interests of full disclosure, I also serve as an adjunct professor at the iSchool teaching graduate distance learning classes related to CIO Management and Cyber-security Policy.

Upstate CIO Conference Slides

The link to the conference site is: http://ischool.syr.edu/newsroom/cio/conference.aspx.

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