CanadianCIO Executive Roundtable

Why Adopt a
Cloud-First Strategy?

Canadian businesses are in the midst of a digital revolution, with leaders looking for partners to help them modernize their IT infrastructure and optimize their technology investments.

"Cloud computing is one of the fastest-growing segments of the IT services industry in Canada. By 2017, nearly two-thirds of all workloads will be processed in the cloud," says Carlos Carreiro, Senior Vice President, Business Solutions East Service Delivery, TELUS.

After conversations with clients, Carreiro says it's clear many businesses still face challenges in deploying a cloud-first approach. They are still searching for the key strategy to drive operational efficiency and business agility.

Join Carreiro, and ITWC CIO Jim Love and guests for an exclusive C-suite roundtable discussion on how cloud-first strategies can lower IT costs, deliver increased efficiencies and drive business growth.

Along with best practices and "lessons learned," the roundtable will explore how the cloud model enables new lines of business and brings differentiated services to market.

Whether you are looking for transformative change or a step-by-step approach that evolves your business slowly, join the discussion and network with other CIOs.


Date:
Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Location:
Four Seasons Hotel Toronto
60 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, Ontario M4W 0A4

Agenda:
8:00 AM - 8:30 AM Registration and Breakfast
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM Roundtable Discussion

Delegate Qualification Criteria:
IT Directors and above
Company size of 500 and above

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

MODERATOR

GUESTS

Jim Love

Jim Love
CIO of ITWC

Steve Heck

Steve Heck
Chief Information Officer,
Microsoft Canada

Steve Fast

Carlos Carrerio
Senior Vice President,
TELUS

Steve Fast

Steve Fast
Vice President,
Managed IT Services,
TELUS

Why attend a CanadianCIO Roundtable? CanadianCIO Roundtables are intimate, open discussions between top IT executives. Facilitated by ITWC CIO Jim Love, the sessions provide access to new research and an opportunity to share both questions and insights about the most pressing areas of IT. They are also an invaluable networking opportunity.


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