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NEWSLETTERS

February 2015

 

NEWS

Lead Program Manager, Trish MacDonald Exits the Channel Company; Joins Boardroom Events

MIAMI, Sept. 2, 2015

/PRNewswire/ — Boardroom Events today announced Trish MacDonald, former Program Manager at The Channel Company, has joined Boardroom Events as a lead IT Executive Manager. The move follows her departure from The Channel Company…

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PRESS RELEASE

Boardroom Events Launches New Midmarket CMO Forum

Marathon, FL, Jan, 29, 2015

/PRNewswire/ — Boardroom Events announced today the launch of the Midmarket CMO Forum, and innovative new program based on the company’s proven platform, which brings business decision makers and solution providers together in boardroom-style settings to discuss challenges, build business relationships, and share best practices.

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CIO STRATEGY

From Target to Sony Pictures to Anthem healthcare, data security—and its role within overall IT governance and management—is making headlines (and making many CIOs reach for the Rolaids).

With this in mind, we’re offering a host of new tools and strategies for solving the IT management and security challenge.

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Securing data assets also will be the focus of our first-ever executive leadership workshop, which we’re holding on the heels of the Midmarket CIO Forum, on April 22, at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress in Orlando, FL. Early bird discount available until March 31.Read more >

CMO STRATEGY

It’s hard to miss the headlines about CMOs spending more on technology than CIOs by 2017.

Analysts and talking heads alike have been speculating about what this means: will the CIO report to the CMO? Will a new CMIO position emerge as the most powerful member of the C-suite next to the CEO? How will the CIO maintain control over the stack when marketing technologies are plugged into it?

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