UK IT’s premier virtual event for peer-to-peer insight and ideas
Today’s IT leader must wear multiple hats, from being a business strategist and digital innovator to a purveyor of IT and leader of people. With technology more pervasive than ever before, how do IT leaders position themselves as change agents, able to deliver tangible business transformation at a time of geopolitical tension, economic strife, and social unrest?
In proud partnership with Aruba, A Hewlett Packard Company, Teneo is delighted to be attending the Official CIO Summit UK on 11 – 13 October 2022. Set to bring together 500 industry leaders and commentators, the event will focus on how IT professionals are leading the change – moving IT at the speed of digital business and developing business acumen.
The event will also welcome Teneo’s very own Brett Ayres, VP of Product, who will be joining the impressive schedule of speakers. Presenting at the ‘CIO’s Missing Priority’ panel at 9.45am – 10.15am on 12 October, the session will cover how security and risk is now at the forefront of the CIO’s strategy.
Make sure to come visit the Teneo team on our virtual booth on each day of the event, 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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