Enterprise Summit: What’s the Way Forward for Communications & Collaboration?

Moderator:

Beth Schultz (Editor / Program Co-chair, No Jitter / Enterprise Connect)

Panelists:

John Herbert (EVP & CIO, 21st Century Fox)

Ronald Sattan (Vice President and CIO Americas, Mott MacDonald)

Michael Sherwood (Director of Technology and Innovation, City of Las Vegas)

Jason Kasch (Chief Information Officer, Structural Group)

Location: Osceola C

Date: Tuesday, March 13

Time: 9:15am - 9:55am

Pass type: Entire Event, Tue-Thu Conference - Get your pass now!

Track: Keynotes & General Sessions

Hot Topic: Decision Support

Vault Recording: TBD

Enterprise end users tackle the biggest issues and challenges in a freewheeling discussion.

We are awash in new enterprise technologies that could shake up how business users communicate and collaborate internally, as well as how they engage with customers. Team Collaboration, APIs and Embedded Communications, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Speech Enablement, and the Cloud are just the most prominent examples of trends that are likely to confront you soon, if they haven’t already. But what’s the real status of these emerging technologies, and how do you evaluate their appropriateness for your enterprise and craft the right adoption strategy—all while continuing to deliver the business-critical services that are required today and likely to remain critical for the near future?

To open our Tuesday General Session program, we’ll continue the Enterprise Connect tradition of posing these questions and more to a panel of your peers: decision-makers from large enterprises. They’ll describe how they’re leveraging new technologies to achieve business benefits, and discuss where they believe those new technologies remain immature or overhyped. They’ll also share their biggest near-term challenges, as well as how they’re addressing those. You’ll come away from this spirited exchange with fresh ideas and authoritative perspectives about where the industry and its technologies, services, and vendors stand today—and where we may be headed.