February 5, 20098:30am - 10:30am To critics, cloud computing is just a fancy name for distributed or net-centric computing. For proponents, it is a concept that will usher in a new era of high value computing innovations at low cost. Cloud computing … [Read more...] about Is Cloud Computing the Next Big Thing?
Fox IT Symposium
April 9, 2008 Organizations often talk about innovation, but few actually act in an innovative manner. Is innovation really that important or is it just the modern mantra of every organization? Why do organizations really need to innovate? Is it … [Read more...] about Where art thou innovation?
March 18, 2008 Business processes have been defined, data architectures are strong and finally your ERP system is deployed. All systems go, right? Not so fast. You have a complex new system that has cost you millions, but is it going to do what you … [Read more...] about Enterprise Systems: Can They Deliver Value in the Long Term?
January 31, 20088:30am - 10:30am Social networking at the most basic level is about making and using connections among people. The technologies related to social computing and networking such as MySpace, Facebook, Digg, collaborative wikis, … [Read more...] about Social Computing and Networking: Business Tool or Consumer Fad?
April 18, 20072:00 to 4:30 PM The theme is global integration in 2010 and the participants will consider the challenges of operating and managing across organizational, geographic, and technical boundaries. The symposium will identify key managerial … [Read more...] about Global Integration in 2010
February 27, 20078:00 to 10:30 AMRoom 2221515 Market StreetTemple University Center City Campus It is now more important than ever for the IT executive to ensure that IT is delivering business value to the organization. Business value goes beyond … [Read more...] about Assessing and Delivering Business Value of IT
April 20, 20067:30 to 10:00 AMFox/Gittis FoyerLiacouras CenterTemple University Main Campus Wireless network applications are now being deployed at an ever increasing pace. The vision is that these applications can provide the basis for new kinds … [Read more...] about Leveraging Wireless Networks for Corporate and Consumer Applications
February 21, 2006 For any corporation, and thus for the CIO, there will always be a need to strike a balance between the need to protect the privacy of their clients’ (or employees) data and the need to use those data for legitimate business … [Read more...] about Information Security and Client Data: Balancing the Use of Client Data with Privacy and Data Protection Requirements
October 25, 20057:30 to 10:00 AMFox/Gittis FoyerLiacouras CenterTemple University Main Campus Business continuity planning is an important consideration for any organization including traditional high availability enterprises such as banks as well as … [Read more...] about Business Continuity and Information Availability
February 09, 20057:30 to 10:00 AMFox/Gittis FoyerLiacouras CenterTemple University Main Campus Ever since the first management information system was implemented in a business setting, there have been questions about how well (or not) information … [Read more...] about The Strategic Alignment of Information Technology