CanadianCIO Executive Roundtable: Hybrid Cloud “Secrets to Success”

Wednesday, August 26, 2015 Toronto, ON 8:00am – 10:30am

CanadianCIO Executive Roundtable

Hybrid Cloud: “Secrets of Success”

Changing the Talent GameAccording to research conducted by CanadianCIO, Hybrid cloud is the preferred model for cloud services by a substantial margin. Is your organization reaping the benefits?Clearly, some organizations have experienced real positives — a 50 per cent decrease in application deployment time; an increased ability to scale rapidly; enhanced flexibility and agility; and the ability to effectively implement a true digital strategy. But for as much as organizations have embraced hybrid cloud, others are grappling with its inherent complexities and pitfalls.Join Jim Love, CIO and Chief Digital Officer of ITWC, (publisher of IT World Canada and CanadianCIO), together with special guests for an in-depth discussion on lessons learned and best practices for maximizing the benefits of hybrid cloud. Learn the secrets to success and gain a better understanding of why hybrid cloud has become the preferred choice for CIOs everywhere.Space is limited, click here to RSVP. I hope you can join us.

*IDC Worldwide Quarterly Cloud IT Infrastructure Tracker, July 2, 2015.

As a thank you for attending, each attendee will receive a $100 gift card to Oliver & Bonacini Restaurants.


Jim Love
Jim Love

CIO and
Chief Digital Officer,
 Chris Christianopoulos
Chris Christianopoulos

Director Cloud Solutions for
Strategic Partners
and Service Providers,
Hewlett Packard Canada
James Drover
James Drover

Principle Consultant
and Director,
OnX Enterprise Solutions

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

The Albany Club of Toronto
91 King St. East, Toronto, ON M5C 1G3
8:00 AM — 8:30 AM
Registration and Breakfast
8:30 AM — 10:30 AM
Roundtable Discussion


CanadianCIO RoundtableAbout the Canadian CIO Roundtable Series
Created to provide a forum for frank and insightful discussions among IT leaders, the CanadianCIO roundtable series brings together six to eight senior executives to share successes and challenges and to benefit from lessons learned.