FRAMINGHAM, MA--(Marketwired - Sep 19, 2013) - IDG's CITEworld -- the leading resource providing insight into the intersection of consumer technologies and the enterprise -- today released the agenda for the second annual CITE Forum, a one-day event devoted exclusively to the consumerization of IT in the enterprise (CITE). The one-day forum, taking place on November 5, 2013 at the Hilton New York in New York City, will provide expert insight on topics including mobile apps and devices, social enterprise, big data, and cloud computing.
"Consumerization of IT continues to evolve and impact today's workplace and IT infrastructure," said Matt Rosoff, editorial director, CITEworld "The CITE Forum will engage IT and business leaders and teach them how to gain a competitive advantage through best practices and concrete, real-world examples from industry thought leaders."
The action packed one day forum will provide new insights into how organizations are embracing the influx of consumer technologies in the workplace, resulting in new business innovation, higher productivity and employee engagement and satisfaction. Expert speakers, top solution providers and experienced IT leaders, whose guidance will equip organizations to keep up with the speed of change, will fill the agenda.
Moderating CITE Forum will be Scott Kirsner of the Boston Globe, who is widely known for his insights on emerging technologies through his column, The Innovation Economy. A keynote by Dow Jones & Co. CIO Stephen Orban will set the tone for the day as he shares his company's digital vision and decision to drive that strategy through the CIO office. Other speakers from leading companies such as Box and TIAA-CREF, plus CITEworld's Rosoff and many others will give IT and business decision-makers a holistic view of new best practices surrounding the enterprise integration of social, mobile, cloud and big data -- including that generated by sensors, or the Internet of things (IoT).
Sessions will align with the conference tagline "Meet the Next Generation of Business," including:
- Cost-effective, business-smart mobile application strategies
- Mobile device procurement, management & policies, including BYOD
- Data aggregation and analysis for business results
- New techniques for creating a social enterprise
- How to re-tool IT roles for the next-generation enterprise
- Where organizations are seeing the biggest benefits from tablet computers
- Best practices for data access & integration across clouds and devices
- And much, much more
Sponsors include: Box, LogMeIn, JAMF Software, Jive Software and Moka5.
Limited sponsorship opportunities for CITE Forum are still available to companies looking to cultivate significant brand image and awareness among influential, senior decision makers seeking a practical business advantage from consumer technologies within the enterprise. For more information regarding sponsorship opportunities, please contact Adam Dennison, vice president/publisher, CIO at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information regarding this CITE Forum, please visit www.citeforum.com. Event updates will also be broadcast on Twitter @CITEconference, #CITEforum.
CITEworld is the leading resource for IT professionals, business leaders, technology providers and investors who want to make the most of consumer technologies in the workplace. Additionally, CITEworld creates opportunities for information technology and consumer marketers to reach this audience. CITEworld, through CITEworld.com, CITE Conference + Expo, as well as CITE Forums, address the mobile revolution reshaping the workplace, including BYOD policies and best practices, mobile device management, mobile enterprise apps, consumer apps in the workplace, as well as the new breed enterprise companies that are bringing a more consumer-like experience to the workplace. CITEworld is published by IDG Enterprise, a subsidiary of International Data Group (IDG), the world's leading media, events and research company. Company information is available at www.idgenterprise.com.