CIO Summit: NZ's premier event for ICT leaders

CIO Summit: NZ's premier event for ICT leaders

Michael Harte of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Andy Lark of Dell among keynote speakers on June 27 and 28.

When it comes to driving IT strategy - CIOs have more choice, which can be exciting and daunting at the same time. On premise? Out source it? Cloud? Kiwi technology leader Michael Harte will discuss ‘CIO Options for IT Delivery” in his keynote address at the New Zealand CIO Summit in June. Michael brings insight and experience from his role as the Group Executive Services and CIO for the Commonwealth Bank of Australia.

The 2011 CIO Summit, 27 - 28 June in Auckland, is New Zealand’s premier event for CIOs and incorporates the CIO Awards; CIO of the Year, Excellence in IT Recruitment and Emerging IT Talent.

Michael Harte’s experience includes systems deployment and organisations change in Europe and the United States. His presentation will consider how traditional IT methodologies are challenged by business demand, culture alignment in vendor selection and management and ask if standards are the key to success.

Joining Michael is New Zealander Andy Lark, Vice President and General Manager of Large Enterprise Marketing for Dell, Peter Wilton, Senior Lecturer Haas School of Business, University of California Berkeley and Claus Mortensen, Principal, Emerging Technology Research Practice Group, IDC Asia/Pacific.

Andy Lark, now charged with leading global marketing for its Large Enterprise Group, previously led communications, conversations and global online with responsibility for – the world’s largest eCommerce site.

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