Flux7 CEO, Dr. Suleman, to Present Preparing the Agile Enterprise at IT Roadmap
IT Roadmap is a series of one-day events held across the country to encourage IT leaders to discuss technologies and strategies. With IT and business changing faster than ever before, this year’s IT Roadmap focuses on Powering the Agile Enterprise in 2018.
We’re proud to announce that Flux7 CEO, Aater Suleman, has been invited to present at this year’s IT Roadmap session in Fort Worth, TX on Thursday, November 15th. His session will share how to Prepare your IT Platform for the Agile Enterprise.
There is a clear — and close — correlation between business success and organizational agility. As a result, Dr. Suleman will discuss how digital business can be an agent of change for IT Operations as they balance declining or flat budgets, and increasing demands and security standards to achieve greater agility.
The “new norm” mandates that governance, efficiency, and cost mitigation must co-exist with business innovation. In this environment, how can IT Operations leaders keep the lights on and achieve the vision of the Agile Enterprise? Join Dr. Suleman as he shares stories of organizations undertaking transformation and identifies common patterns of success, failure, and a practical framework for transformation.
Join the session at the Sheraton Fort Worth Downtown Hotel on the main stage at 12:15 on Thursday, November 15th. You can find additional details and register to attend here: https://www.eiseverywhere.com/ereg/newreg.php?eventid=304822&discountcode=EM
The IT Roadmap Conference & Expo is free-of-charge to qualified network and IT professionals who register in advance as determined by IDG Enterprise.
Can’t make it to IT Roadmap but interested in additional resources on Powering the Agile Enterprise? Check out our recent blog series on getting started with DevOps:
- What Motivates Enterprises to DevOps Adoption
- Hospitality Combats Competitive Pressure with DevOps Adoption
- DevOps Adoption: 7 Lessons for a Successful DevOps Pilot
- DevOps Adoption: Why Every DevOps Pilot Needs a Landing Zone