Gartner IT Symposium | XPO: Barcelona 2021
Event submitted on Friday, December 18th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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Gartner conferences are fantastic events for all the obvious reasons that those will know that have worked in Cybersecurity. To get listed within the Gartner quadrant is an honor and their ability to predict trends is well noted. If you’re in Spain/Central Europe, then this Gartner conference would be an excellent idea to attend. We wish the folks at Gartner the best of luck with this and all their other events.
Conference Event Summary
The following description was either submitted by the Conference Organizer on Friday, December 18th 2020, or created by us.
CIOs and IT executives joined Gartner experts virtually, over four days to share valuable insights on creating a composable business, leading during disruption, smarter spending, cybersecurity, and much more. Attendees explored how to shape technology to respond to adversity and build resilient organizations. The conference offered the tools, insights, and advice needed to create a composable business – a playbook for accelerating digital business – to deliver resilience and agility during a time of crisis.
At the conference, the top 5 priorities that CIOs and IT executives met on included:
- Culture and People
- Data and Analytics Strategies and Solutions
- Security and Risk Management
- CIO Leadership Strategy
- Sourcing, Procurement, and Vendor Management Strategies
Exploit the combined forces of data, analytics, and artificial intelligence to deliver business value in and beyond the enterprise. Recognize the value of a customer, citizen, and employee experience in the business value proposition for digital business success.
Create information and technology operating models that are agile, responsive, and innovative. Lead digital business success by using digital design practices.
Defy conventional thinking during times of uncertainty to emerge as a winner. Start with culture change when embarking on digital transformation, instead of waiting to address it later.