CIO Florida Roundtable Dinner | TBD 2021 | Orlando, FL, USA

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Featured Past and Present Attendees

Dr Roger Smith View details

Chief Technology Officer

Advent Health

Mark Crandall View details

CIO

Consulate Health Care

Melissa Wykle View details

CIO & CISO

Club Exploria, LLC

Rosa Akhtarkhavari View details

CIO

City of Orlando

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The CIO Florida Roundtable Dinner is a chance to network, learn and engage with your peers on key industry concerns. Take some time out of the office to discuss and tackle the big issues currently affecting your company.

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Here's what our past attendees had to say:

The summit was very tightly run. There was no wasted time. Every minute provided either presentations, panels, vendor one-on-ones or networking opportunities. Also, the topics were very spot on with addressing current trends and needs.

Director of Information Security, Williams Lea

The speakers and topics were relevant and important to my 2016 objectives!

Solutions Architect, William Blair & Company

This summit gives us better exposure to executives with the format allowing for a more targeted selection. The event is the perfect length and mix of breakouts and meetings in a more casual social setting. I already have a set meeting from this event!

Sales Director, SafeNet

Great event and format with timely topics! A very valuable experience.

Managing Director, Senior Information Risk Officer, BNY Mellon

Great forum for meeting other CIOs and validating hot topics in banking technology. Meetings were just the right length, and right to the point.

CIO

 

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