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Principal, CIO Advisory Lead, KPMG (US)
Global Lead Partner, Emerging Technology Risk, KPMG (US)
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James Wilson talks about why enterprises must know the problem they want to solve before earmarking intelligent automation as the answer.
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Caleb Queern reviews the bug bounty programs as a way to find vulnerabilities in your internet-related infrastructure quickly and at the lowest cost possible.
Caleb Queern reveals why it is important to define the scope and parameter of your bug bounty program and provides a checklist for success.
Martin Sokalski and Mike Krajecki discuss customer trust through the lens of technology, and how to build trust into the technology utilized to serve customers.
Caleb Queern talks about what chaos engineering is, and how it can help your business.
James Williams discusses the motivating factors for moving to hybrid cloud models and the key enablers to ensure success.
Corey Jacobson looks at how cloud helps IT work at deal speed and more quickly overcome the challenges of IT integrations and separations.
Caleb Queern shares how DevOps provides opportunities in the software development life cycle to make things safer, as fast as possible, and at the right cost.
Caleb Queern reveals how DevOps can help identify process bottlenecks, playbook misstep problems, and other issues that can leave the organization open to risk.
Jason Byrd, Rob Breakiron, and Marcus Brakewood discuss why IT must deploy a “think like a venture capitalist” investment approach to drive dynamic, continuous funding of technology investments.
Caleb Queern discusses why your organization needs both fast and secure web performance to deliver great business results.
Farah Remtulla discusses what's behind the changing role of today’s CIO.
Joe Koester discusses what it takes for CIOs and IT organizations to evolve from a delivery role to that of a broker of IT services.
Deron Grzetich considers designing a security monitoring program by reviewing the roles of detection and digital labor and how to take a threat-centric approach.
Randy Wiele and Michael Wolf talk about “modern delivery,” what it is, the value it can deliver, and how to make it work for your organization and your third-party partners.
Mike Wolf and William Koot examine modern delivery implications for the IT organization and the C-suite.
Steve Bates and Saurabh Dubey discuss key disruptors driving change and how the IT group can respond to deliver better business solutions.
Jason Byrd discusses how Technology Business Management (TBM) improves visibility of IT at the levels of cost and performance, allowing the organization to make better technology decisions.
Jeoung Oh and Cameron Craig discuss how the nexus of talent, skills, and leadership is forging the future of IT.
Adam Lund reveals that as technology moves beyond IT, the operating model will need to adjust to remain relevant, and deliver on business and customer expectations.
Donna Meshaka talks about the steps organizations should go through to successfully transform their back-office with technology.
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