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Things initiatives and 3D printing in the enterprise to the transition to hybrid cloud and everything in between. It's been an eventful 12 months in IT, which makes the prospect of looking ahead to 2016 all the more exciting. What's in store for enterprise IT next year? We're asking you, our readers, to weigh in during our end-of-the-year #CIOChat.
Join SearchCIO on Wednesday, Dec. 16, at 3 p.m. EST to talk about 2016 technology trends, and what CIOs and IT executives can do to keep pace with the ever-changing IT environment. We're seeking your best predictions about which technologies and focus areas are on the rise, and which might fade away. Plus, we'll discuss 2016 IT resolutions and find out what technology jargon you're swearing off in the new year.
Joining SearchCIO editors and followers as our guest experts are Shawn Banerji, managing director at Russell Reynolds Associates in New York, and Jerry Luftman, a former CIO and managing director of the Global Institute of IT Management.
Date: Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2015
Time: 3 p.m. EST
Hashtag: Use and follow #CIOChat
Tweet chat newbies -- and #CIOChat vets, too -- please review this list of tips before participating in the chat:
- To follow the conversation, type "#CIOChat" into Twitter's search bar. From this page, select "Live" to view tweets in real time.
- Your first #CIOChat tweet should be introductory, including your name, title and organization.
- @SearchCIO will ask a series of questions related to 2016 technology trends and predictions starting at 3 p.m. EST -- Q1, Q2 and so on. In your tweeted responses to each question, please preface with A1 (Answer 1), A2 and so on. Then, remember to include "#CIOChat." Include this hashtag in every tweet during the chat.
- Please note that Twitter allows only 140 characters per tweet. You are welcome to tweet multiple responses to each question.
- Throughout the discussion, retweet (RT) and "like" tweets you agree with, and reply to any as you see fit.
Please direct questions, RSVPs or other concerns to our editors. Talk to you on Twitter.
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