The digital economy continues to greet modern organizations with massive opportunities, and significant challenges. Every passing day delivers a new set of technologies that can revolutionize how organizations operate, communicate and find efficiency – whether domestically or across international borders. But the journey through a steady and deliberate digital transformation requires sound strategies, smart integration and technology foundations that are adaptable for the future.

Join us for CDW’s Summit on Going Digital with Modern IT – presented in partnership with CIO, CSO, Computerworld and Network World – where we’ll bring together experts who are savvy to these questions, challenges and more. You’ll gain an up-to-the-minute understanding of where today’s information technologies are headed, and why they’re critical to success in today’s business environment.

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Antonio Neri
President
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
 
Tom Richards
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
CDW
 
Chuck Robbins
Chief Executive Officer
Cisco
 
Don Tapscott
CEO
The Tapscott Group
 

Why You Should Attend

Wrestling with—and orchestrating—all of this is hard work for IT executives, managers and their teams. And it’s perhaps harder than ever given the unprecedented speed of innovation available to you and your competitors. Moreover, big and strategic questions loom:

  • Where can your organization focus energy to create an engaging, omnichannel experience that truly delights your customers?
  • How can you supply your employees and partners with simpler tools and applications?
  • Where can you best align data center, cloud and local resources for high efficiency and future scalability?
  • How can you better assess and address risks in today’s era of the Internet of Things (IoT) and heightened security concerns?
  • What strategies can help you reduce the risk, cost and complexity of procuring, deploying and integrating technology across international borders?
  • And how do you tackle all of this with an adaptable plan for the future?