HOUSTON, Jan. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The playbook for the CIO has changed. Technology disruptors are becoming a new standard to drive business growth. Unprecedented opportunities can also mean new IT security risks. So how do you create a flexible secure IT experience to meet the demands and expectations the consumerization of IT has caused? This will be one of the questions addressed at the HMG Strategy 2013 Houston CIO Executive Leadership Summit being held at the Norris Conference Centers – Houston /CityCentre.
"The global economy with the rapid changes and developments in IT is creating an epic revolution for today's CIO," said Hunter Muller, President and CEO of HMG Strategy, LLC. "To harness these opportunities to drive unprecedented business value, the CIO must provide leadership with the right balance of innovation to create the new enterprise architecture and the new playbook for the modern CIO."
This summit provides a great opportunity to learn, to network with peers, and to experience pioneering thought leadership from some of the best and brightest minds in the industry. Keynotes, executive briefings, and panel discussions will focus on: Leading, Building and Delivering a Shared Services Organization, Leadership Strategies and Innovation, The New Enterprise Architecture, FBI Cyber Security: The Facts & Best Practices, The Role of the Modern CIO, and The New CIO Manifesto – A Playbook for Success.
The event's theme is "The Epic Revolution: Leading, Innovating and Transforming in a Connected World." The world-class presenters include:
- Delaney Bellinger, CIO, EP Energy L.L.P.
- Puneet Bhasin, SVP & CIO, Waste Management, Inc. and President, WM Logistics
- Twila Day, SVP & CIO, Sysco Corporation
- Chris Gates, CIO, GE Lighting
- Special Agent Angela Haun, InfraGard Coordinator, FBI Houston Division
- Hunter Jones, VP Enterprise Services & CIO, Cameron
- Mike Perroni, VP, IT, Weatherford
- Stephen Reny, SVP, Market Development, Autonomy, an HP Company
- Anup Sharma, Global CIO, GE Oil & Gas
- Special Agent William Weaver, FBI Houston Division