The Official CIO Summit UK presents the best opportunity to hear how your peers are tackling the biggest challenges in the UK IT industry, providing you with new, proven ideas and strategies that can benefit your business and career.
From discussing how to prioritize tech investment to the changing role of CIOs, the summit will provide you with insight on how your peers are tackling a range of similar challenges, as well as new, proven ideas that can benefit your business and career.
In proud partnership with Aruba, A Hewlett Packard Company, Teneo is delighted to be attending the summit on 21 Sep 2023 at the Leonardo Royal Hotel, St Paul’s, London. Set to bring together 500 industry leaders and commentators, this year’s event will focus on the strategies and initiatives from industry leaders that revolutionize the role of tech leadership.
Make sure to visit the Teneo stand on the day, where we’ll be on hand to discuss all your IT network and security requirements. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to win an Oculus VR headset!
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