Andrew Mundell, Enterprise Sales Engineer at Sophos, used the WannaCrypt ransomware attack to discuss advances in data protection.
Ed Lovely, Vice President of Enterprise Transformation at IBM, talked about the remarkable results in transforming company culture using Agile.
Rex Ahlstrom, Chief Strategy and Technology Officer at BackOffice Associates, provided an overview of governance in the new, consumer-centric environment.
Rick Kamal, Chief Technology Officer at Harvard Business School, outlined the critical questions to ask data strategy to be sure it helps business strategy.
Arthur Harvey, Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Boston Medical Center, talked about how efficient portfolio management creates time for innovation and keeps executives and employees happy.
Carmen Bryant, Director of Employer Insights Americas at Indeed, talked about the seven trends shaping the US market for talent.
Michael Herman, Principal/Owner of KPMG emphasizes starting digital transformation by trying to solve a business problem
Andy Ulrich, Head of Security in the Americas for Ericsson, offered a bad news-good news assessment of security trends.
Kevin Walker, Senior Director, Employer Insights, Indeed, discussed how the internet is transforming the way that businesses compete for top talent in his presentation to Argyle's CIO membership at the 2017 Chief Information Officer Leadership Forum in Los Angeles on April 25.