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Nov 10 2015

Registration and Breakfast in the Expo Hall

All-Conference Keynote: Canadian Cloud, 2015 and Beyond— Orchestrating Success

AJ Byers, President, JEDTech Group Matt Ambrose, Technology Advisory Ldr, PCS, PwC Roy Hart, CIO, Seneca College

Cloud offers Canadian enterprises a way of automating tasks, processes and relationships that makes Canadian business more profitable, more agile and more connected. But cloud adoption requires new levels of -- and approaches to -- both technology and business What are the keys to connecting the dots between technology and business?
Session takes place on the main stage in the Cloud Symposium (App>Cloud) track.


Coffee Break, Networking and Solution Stage Presentations in the Expo Hall

Lunch, Networking and Solution Stage Presentations in the Expo Hall

Information Security: Mapping, Managing and Communicating the Risk

Jim Love, CIO & CDO, IT World Canada

IT security is a battleground where technical skills are essential -- but these alone aren't enough.  As Chief Security Officers know, human behavior is very likely the greatest exposure any company has. Today's corporate CSO must understand security technology sufficiently to be able to effectively communicate, educate and motivate change behaviors at all levels of the workforce (including senior management) behaviors. Learn policies, best practices, and strategies for mapping organizational risk and communicating effectively from C-suite to line employee.


Governance, Risk and Compliance

Andrew Nunes, Partner, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin Barney Baldwin, Global Head, Risk Technology, RBC Capital Markets Dave Collings, IT Manager, SMB Michael O’Neil, Toronto Cloud, Business Coalition Stefano Tiranardi, National Manager, Enterprise Security, Symantec

In many cases, the key cloud management issue for businesses is governance: how is cloud incorporated within existing governance, risk and compliance structures? This session explores what needs to be done to ensure cloud is a positive contributor to GRC, and not a point of exposure.


All-Conference Plenary Panel: In the Digital Enterprise Transformation, is the Digital CMO the New Sheriff in Town?

Heather Tulk, CCO, MTS Allstream Jonah Sigel, VP, Digital Experience, Holt Renfrew Mike May, CIO, Progressive Waste Solutions Paul Lewis, CTO, Head, Analytics Hitachi Americas, Hitachi Canada Shane O'Neil, CTO, Exchange Solutions Taimour Zaman, Founder, OneMillionActsofEducation Terence Donnelly, CMO, MDC Partners

The game has changed. The IoE, Big Data and Analytics, Streaming Content, Interactivity, Mobility -- these "3d Platform" trends now define the evolving role for the Chief Marketing Officer. In this new world order the role of CMO is increasingly intertwined with the enterprise CIO/CTO. The impact on "full-stack" IT/Networks and Critical Environment infrastructure is profound. Colocation and cloud data center capacity and service providers are well aware of this. Data center workloads are quickly shifting from traditional processing to being more applications-oriented, time-to-market agile and hyperscale. Low-latency/high-speed networks are the new normal. And corporate growth becomes increasingly Internet-facing and data-driven. As the "Digital CMO" rises, what new requirements are placed on IT and data center infrastructure and operations? How does the shift to Cloud Services and DevOps impact traditional IT services delivery? What lessons are we learning?
Session takes place on the main stage in the Cloud Symposium (App>Cloud) track.


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