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Upcoming information technology conferences for midmarket CIOs

Check out these upcoming information technology conferences for the midmarket CIO, complete with dates, locations, topics and costs.

As you deal with the day-to-day challenges, it's hard to keep up with the latest technology trends, much less think about how to enrich your own career. With the end of the fiscal calendar looming, it's time to think about how you're going to spend that training and certification budget item. As we all know, it's important to keep yourself and your staff satisfied, motivated and apprised of the hottest trends in IT. Don't panic -- we're here to help.

Here's a cheat sheet of upcoming information technology conferences, perfectly suited to the midmarket CIO and IT staff. Whether it's brushing up on desktop virtualization or Visual Studio Live, the latest wireless technology or old faithful like SharePoint, we've got the bases covered. You're sure to find an interesting technology conference going on in your neck of the woods, as well as an option for any budget, including many free opportunities around the country. (Note: Pricing reflects standard rates; client, member, group, early-bird or other special pricing may apply.)



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May 2013

June 2013

  • Microsoft TechEd, June 3-6, New Orleans (Registration not open at press time)
  • CAMP Business Intelligence/Big Data/Analytics, June 6, Rosemont, Ill. ($269)
  • Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit, June 10-13, National Harbor, Md. ($2295)
  • Gigaom Structure, June 19-20, San Francisco (Registration not open at press time)
  • CAMP Enterprise Risk/Security Management, June 20, Rosemont, Ill. ($269)
  • Cisco Live, June 23-27, Orlando, Fla. ($1895)

August 2013

  • VMWorld 2013, August 26-29, San Francisco (Registration not open at press time)

September 2013

Hitting one of these upcoming technology conferences? Let us know where you'll be in the comments. Did we miss a good one? Email Wendy Schuchart, site editor. For midmarket IT news and updates throughout the week, follow us on Twitter @ciomidmarket.

See our list of previous information technology conferences.

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