Come Join US…

There are plenty of conferences for technical executives and professionals around, but when registration opens, you always put it off – telling yourself that you:

 

  • Can’t afford it
  • Can’t spare the time away from your job and family
  • AND… frankly you don’t really understand how it could possibly be worth the hassle.

But our TechVision conference is different.

  • It’s focused on the consumers of technology, not the sellers
  • It has small crowds and immersive sessions explaining complex topics that matter
  • It has open access to experts in the emerging digital enterprise
  • It presents independent and unbiased analysis of advances in technology and approach
  • AND delivers pragmatic and practical advice from folks that have “been there and done that”

 

And because of that, you:

 

  • Build your technical community
  • Are exposed to new ideas and skills
  • Learn new trends and technologies
  • Get to recharge and get inspired
  • Get time to strategize and plan

Frankly, concepts and skills that would take you so much time and money to learn on your own are literally handed to you on a silver platter at this conference.

 

So, if you’re ready to take your business and professional career to the next level, join us for four days of problem solving, meeting and learning that you’ll never forget.

Agenda

We’re developing the agenda to provide technology level sets, hype reality checks, and pragmatic advice for some of the more disruptive and heavily touted technologies. Through a mix of our primary research, end-user case studies, and vendor/end-user/industry panels we’ll cover topics in depth, but tempered with the pragmatism deep and diverse experience brings.

Our conference will:

  • Be staunchly independent—no “pay to play” sponsors with speaking slots
  • Focus on best practices for the end-user and the industry
  • Provide pragmatic, actionable, stake-in-the-ground positions and recommendations—not fluff, hype or “marketectures”
  • Focus on the “Intersection of Wall Street and Silicon Valley” consistent with TechVision’s mission; helping large organizations proactively and appropriately balance old and new business models and technologies
  • Provide an environment that supports interaction, debate, and discussion designed to, ultimately, help to move technology users forward.

Schedule

 

Day 1 – Monday

Nov, 11

Educational Level-sets

 

 

Days 2, 3 – Tuesday, Wednesday

Nov, 12-13

Main Conference Presentations and Panels

 

 

Day 4 – Thursday

Nov, 14

Immersion Workshops

 

Early topics include:

Digital Transformation Reference Architecture

Future of Identity Management

Multi-Factor and Adaptive Authentication

Decentralized Identity

Developing an Innovation Architecture

DevSecOps Reference Architecture

Featured Talks & Speakers

We have assembled a “super star” set of presenters and panelists for this event. The experience and diversity of the speakers  provides business-level support and vision for CXOs and senior IT executives as well as pragmatic architecture and deep technology analysis for in-house architects and subject matter experts. We have highlighted a few of early featured speakers here and we’ll be  adding many more as we finalize the agenda.

Gary Rowe

Gary Rowe

CEO - TechVision Research

Jamie Lewis

Jamie Lewis

Venture Partner, Rain Capital, Former CEO/Research Chair, Burton Group

Karen Hobert

Karen Hobert

Principal Consulting Analyst

Doug Simmons

Doug Simmons

Principal Consulting Analyst

Bob Blakley

Bob Blakley

Global Director of Information Security Innovation – Citibank

Eve Maler

Eve Maler

VP of Innovation & Emerging Technology – ForgeRock

Archie Reed

Archie Reed

Principal Consulting Analyst, TechVision Research

Patrick Mcclory

Patrick Mcclory

Principal Consulting Analyst, TechVision Research

Fred Cohen

Fred Cohen

Principal Consulting Analyst, TechVision Research

Sorell Slaymaker

Sorell Slaymaker

Principal Consulting Analyst, TechVision Research

Dan Blum

Dan Blum

Managing Partner and Principal Consultant at Security Architects Partners

Andrew Nash

Andrew Nash

VP Consumer Identity, Capital One

Chris Haddad

Chris Haddad

Principal Consulting Analyst, TechVision Research

David Goodman

David Goodman

Principal Consulting Analyst, TechVision Research

Gary Zimmerman

Gary Zimmerman

CMO, TechVision Research

Noreen Kendle

Noreen Kendle

Principal Consulting Analyst, TechVision Research

Nick Nikols

Nick Nikols

VP Strategy, Microfocus

Jeff Nichols

Jeff Nichols

Principal Consulting Analyst, TechVision Research

Register Now!

Don’t wait –  you don’t want to miss your chance to attend this compelling and valuable event. 

Contact Us

 

 

© 2019 All Rights Reserved

We can help

If you want to find out more detail, we're happy to help. Just give us your business email so that we can start a conversation.

Thanks, we'll be in touch!