Join independent analyst, Jonathan Yarmis, and me for a lively discussion about IT failure during this period of economic turmoil. Together, we'll examine whether IT is sowing the seeds for its own future pain and suffering.
Doing more with less” has been an IT watchword for almost a decade. Despite already getting close to the bone, the current economic climate now imposes significant hardship on even the survivors. Join us, share your thoughts, and let's explore these issues together.
Topic: Risks of survival: An IT failures town hall discussion
Session description: We all face difficult decisions as we learn to cope in this new economic reality. To adapt successfully, we must be prepared to ask tough questions of the organizations for which we work and of ourselves. What do I need to do to keep the economic engine running? Beyond that, where am I likely to incur undue risk and how can I minimize those exposures? It would be unfortunate for IT to survive the downturn only to discover that our ongoing viability is threatened. This IT failures town hall discussion will focus on hard questions for difficult times.
Discussion initiator: Jonathan Yarmis is an independent analyst who's covered enterprise software, technology, and IT for firms such as AMR Research and Gartner. Jonathan is also a frequent and highly in-demand conference speaker.
Date and time: Tuesday, April 7, 2009 from 11:00 AM -12:00 PM, Eastern Daylight Time.
Location: This town hall will be held via teleconference, so it's easy to attend. Sign up below to receive all the details.
Registration: Everyone is welcome to attend, but please click here to register.