The MIT Sloan CIO Symposium is a community of CEOs, CIOs and senior IT executives who connect with academic thought leaders, their practicing peers and IT partners in an annual one-day conference, held on the MIT campus, as well as through online conversations and educational webcasts. These CIOs and other senior business executives from around the world gather to explore how leading-edge academic research and innovative technologies can help address the practical challenges faced in today's volatile business environment and economy.
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The 2014 MIT Sloan CIO Symposium will address this critical concern. Keynote presentations and interactive panel discussions feature more than fifty business leaders, strategists, lead CIOs, and technology innovators, from industry and academia. Our sessions explore topics ranging from leveraging virtualization and cloud computing to the IT role in turning your company green, application of collaborative technologies, outsourcing and IT governance.
EXCELLENCE SINCE 2004
The MIT Sloan School of Management is ranked first in IT and innovation leadership among business schools worldwide. The MIT Sloan CIO Symposium provides insight into leading-edge academic research that enables CIOs and other senior business executives to harness the potential of innovative tools and new approaches to the practical challenges they face in today’s changing economy.
WHAT THEY'RE SAYING
"[The MIT Sloan CIO Symposium] brings a good mix of the pure content as opposed to vendor-based content or industry driven content, so there’s a perspective from the academic world alongside industry trends. "
Sanjay Mirchandani - SVP and General Manager, VMware
"This is the best gathering of CIOs that I’ve ever been to, and I’ve been to quite a few."
Richard Mark Soley - Chairman & CEO, Object Management Group
"The MIT Sloan Club's team have developed the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium into a landmark event. It connects MIT Sloan's leading research and education with top global CIOs and business leaders, who are building their network of colleagues, updating knowledge and insights, and developing solutions to improve their organizations now and in the dynamic times ahead."
Prof. David Schmittlein - John C. Head III Dean, MIT Sloan
"You are able to attract a lot of people who are coming from different sides of the industry, both from academia and the coal-face so to speak, that’s an interesting mix."
James McGlennon - EVP and CIO, Liberty Mutual Insurance