Landmark CIO Summit is a meticulously curated forum for leading CIOs, CTOs, CISOs, CDOs, Corporate Technology Leaders, and Venture Capital Executives to collaborate and discuss business trends and technology.
This invitation-only, one-day summit provides a unique opportunity to explore technologies that are shaping the future — including Big Data, Internet of Things, CyberSecurity, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Cloud and Mobility, Modern Application Development and Architectures, and Software Defined Datacenter – and answer a crucial question: How we can leverage innovation strategically to achieve meaningful business evolution.
Session 1: Accelerating the On-Demand Revolution
Thursday, May 7, 2020 | 11:00am ET – 11:30am ET
For years, companies have moved to become more and more On-Demand, embracing technologies like infrastructure automation, Cloud/SaaS, and mobile technologies to enable our workforce to work remotely and on-the-go. In today’s new world, we’ve had to scale this capability much wider and faster than ever anticipated. The opening session of the day brought together a group of executive technology leaders to discuss our experiences, share learnings and best practices, and highlight some of the challenges and opportunities around navigating a virtual workforce, while driving business growth and enabling innovation.
Session 2: Going on Offense – Proactive Security in Times of Crisis
Thursday, May 7, 2020 | 1:30pm ET – 2:00pm ET
Companies are moving quickly to respond to social distancing requirements with increased workforce mobility and fully-remote capability, and security teams must be more proactive than ever to guard against network gaps, monitor physical infrastructure, and protect the enterprise. This session brought together a group of senior security leaders to discuss best practices and ways they are navigating new risk vectors in today’s crisis environment.
Session 3: Leveraging Intelligence for a Smarter Enterprise
Thursday, May 7, 2020 | 4:00pm ET – 5:00pm ET
Part 1: Becoming a Data-Driven Enterprise: As more and more data piles up each day, the role of the CIO becomes ever more important: How can we take as much information as possible from the environment, quickly synthesize it all, and make real time, informed decisions linked to business outcomes? The first half of this session brought together a group of CIO executives to discuss their insights, and highlight how they are enabling their businesses to become smarter through data-driven insights and approaches.
Part 2: State of the Startup Landscape: A VC Perspective: As the global economy adjusts to the immediate effects and future realities of COVID-19, there has already been a massive impact on everything from supply chains, consumer purchasing habits, just-in-time production models, and all other aspects of economic life. Private technology companies – like everyone – have been greatly affected. Check out this video to hear perspectives of a premier VC investment firm on the shifting startup landscape of enterprise tech, and what that might mean for the customers who rely on their products and services.
Part 3: Neurodiversity as a Competitive Advantage: This closing Keynote Discussion featured a dynamic fireside chat on how companies are leveraging neurodiverse talent as a competitive advantage. View the recording to learn how to efficiently and reliably improve the quality of your engineering and assurance services by partnering with an onshore, neurodiverse team that combines exceptional ability and intelligence with automation and AI.
Moderator: Anthony Juliano, General Partner & CTO – Landmark Ventures