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InformationWeek Conference To Bring IT Executive Community Together at Interop Las Vegas

The InformationWeek Conference, held alongside Interop Las Vegas, features senior IT leaders from Oracle, Coca-Cola, UPMC and more.

Being held alongside Interop Las Vegas for the first time this year, the InformationWeek Conference is taking a sharp focus on digital business: Big Data, Marketing Automation, Cloud Computing, Mobile & Social. The initial speakers headlining this year’s executive event include Oracle’s Mark Hurd & senior IT leaders from an array of different enterprises including Coca-Cola, UPMC & Dish Network. Conference chairs Rob Preston and Chris Murphy of InformationWeek have crafted a compelling agenda around the emergence of digital business. The InformationWeek Conference takes place March 31- April 1 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas. For more information, visit

InformationWeek Conference and Interop have joined forces to gather CIOs and other IT executives to share their strategies and challenges. Last year, InformationWeek redefined technology media with a new community-driven model that allows IT professionals to be a bigger part of the industry conversation. This community engagement carries through to its conference where CIOs are shaping the agenda, leading discussions, and debating the most pressing market issues face to face.

“At this year’s InformationWeek Conference, we’ll define and guide CIOs through the new digital business,” said Rob Preston, InformationWeek Editor In Chief. “Big data analytics, mobile, social, marketing automation, cloud computing, and the app economy are helping companies launch entirely new products and services. Within organizations we’re seeing new titles and responsibilities, shifts in technology spend, and the creation of new business models.”

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