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MIT Center for Digital Business

Society for Information Management (SIM)
The MIT Sloan CMO Summit

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The 2008 MIT Sloan CIO Symposium is completed for this year. We thank our sponsors, speakers and over 600 attendees for their participation.

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We congratulate the winner of the inaugural MIT Sloan CIO Symposium Award for IT Innovation, Joseph T. McCartin SVP & CIO of National City Corporation

Watch interviews of our Innovation winners.

The MIT CIO Symposium brought together 600 senior-level IT decision-makers in a day of networking, spirited discussions and informative discourse concerning today's business and technology issues.
Ron Williams - Aetna

We thank our 2008 Keynote Speaker:


Ronald A. Williams
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

“50 Most Powerful Black Executives in America”
Fortune Magazine

Our list of excellent panelists and speakers included:

Clifford A. Tozier
Clifford A. Tozier
IT Infrastructure & Ops. Org.


Niraj Patel
Niraj Patel
Witmer LLC
Witmer LLC


D Tracy
Douglas Tracy
Rolls Royce

Bill Adamowski
Bill Adamowski
President, KPO

Molly O'Neill
Molly O'Neill
Assistant Administrator and CIO
Richard Maranville
Richard Maranville
C Perretta
Christopher Perretta
State Street
Imad Mouline
Imad Mouline
Marc Gordon
Marc Gordon
Bank of America
J Noga
James Noga
J Lin
James Lin

B Corrigan
Bill Corrigan
Director, Application Virtualization


S Savage
Stephen C Savage
Sr Vice President and CIO

Rosalee Hermens
Ms. Rosalee Hermens
VP and CIO

and more!

In an era of unprecedented globalization, there is extraordinary pressure for business innovation and the associated creation of new, exciting products and services. To meet these challenges, enterprises have grown larger and more complex, drawing upon diverse, multi-generational corporate knowledge and business intelligence.

Now more than ever business leaders require effective and cost efficient information technology to manage their sprawling domains. The 2008 MIT CIO Symposium will provide CIOs with the insights and the tools needed to exploit technological innovation as part of a comprehensive and balanced IT investment and management strategy.

Simply put, we expect the 2008 MIT CIO Symposium to be unparalleled and different - a conference worthy of your attention for two key reasons:

  • Seminal Sloan School academic insights on IT trends blending smoothly with pragmatic CIO best practice recommendations
  • MIT�s intimate and exclusive setting, a proven and effective high-value networking environment

Over 25 organizers are working hard to ensure that attendees will get terrific returns from this May 21, 2008 conference. Do plan to attend and contribute to the discussion!


Gopi Bala     and     Michael Johnson

Co-Chairs, MITCIO 2008

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This event is part of the CXO series produced by the MIT Sloan School of Management and the MIT Sloan Alumni Club of Boston. Please refer your finance colleagues to the MIT Sloan CFO Summit (