Climbing Technology Mountains - A Practical Guide

When: 16th Sep 2015, 18:00 - 16th Sep 2015, 21:00
Where: BCS, 1st Floor, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA
Town/City: London
Organiser: Joint BCS North London Branch (NLB ELITE) & BCS ELITE Group & Ovum
Price: Free to attend for both BCS Members, ISACA Members and Non-members
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Making headway with digital innovation & transformation

Applied business technology has become a strategically important capability within many organizations and industry sectors, but the quality and maturity of that capability is still highly variable. The focus must of course be on solving business problems and adding value through the creation of new opportunities, but it is also important for organizations to understand the possibilities that arise from new technologies. Tim Jennings and Richard Edwards will discuss the key trends likely to shape IT in 2016 and beyond, and provide practical advice on the critical success factors to exploit them.

Our expert presenters are:

Tim Jennings, Chief Research Officer, Ovum IT
Tim is responsible for leading Ovum’s Enterprise IT research agenda, developing the product portfolio, and liaising with clients. He is a regular speaker at both Ovum and external industry events, and his research interests include enterprise IT management, IT governance, enterprise architecture, and information management.

Richard Edwards, Principal Analyst, Ovum IT
Richard’s coverage is focused on enterprise productivity, employee engagement, and the future of work. He has over 30 years’ experience in the IT industry, looking at the world through the eyes of the end user rather than the IT department. His goal is to help business leaders trying to make a difference; IT executives trying to do more with less; and strategists trying to make sense of it all.

Don’t miss this key opportunity to learn and share your views and ideas.

Please note that those registering under ISACA agree to have their details passed on to ISACA for verification purposes.

More information on this event can be found on the BCS London North Branch Website.

We are using BCS 'no-show monitoring' for free event tickets.
This follows the high number of 'No-Shows' at recent NLB free events (i.e. people who registered then failed to attend), resulting in many unused seats despite 'full house' registrations.