Guest Speaker: Jamie Bartlett, award-winning Author and host of BBC2’s ‘Secrets of Silicon Valley’ will explore the next wave of Silicon Valley's global disruption and what this will mean for all of us.
14 Liverpool Street
Exclusive to senior CIO and C-suite IT professionals, OCSL's CIO Dinner is fast becoming established as a must-attend event for senior tech leaders to:
- network with like-minded peers from different industries
- challenge your thinking on Cloud and everything in between
- develop a fresh perspective
- compare benchmark efforts
- explore latest best practice
- discuss strategies
- learn from other CIOs who face the same challenges with suppliers, technologies and techniques.
In a personal and confidential setting (it's Chatham House Rules so what's said at the CIO Dinner, stays at the CIO Dinner), the roundtable format is an invaluable opportunity to take time out, challenge your established thinking and come back to your IT strategy with a fresh perspective.
Topics for discussion:
#1: AI, algorithms & automation in the modern workplace
#2: Cybersecurity: preparing for the worst
#3: Hedging your bets with Hybrid IT
Guest speaker profile:
Jamie Bartlett is the Director of the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media at the think-tank Demos, where he specialises in online social movements and the impact of technology on society. He is also author of Radicals (2017) about political outsiders and The Dark Net (2014) about internet subcultures. He recently presented the two-part BBC documentary series 'The Secrets of Silicon Valley' where he explored Facebook's vital role in getting Trump into the White House and how AI will potentially provide an economic shock, faster than anyone previously anticipated. Find out more @JamieJBartlett
Venue & Agenda
Join us for an exclusive-5-star-dinner at the Andaz Hotel, immediately opposite London Liverpool Street station. Network with peers, our special-guest speaker and enjoy a Craft beer tasting from an award-winning brewer. You will also receive your own personal copy of “Radicals”: Jamie’s latest book, exploring the “strange and exciting worlds of the innovators, disruptors, idealists and extremists who think society is broken, and believe they know how to fix it."
Who should attend?
Our CIO Dinner is free to attend for a select group of senior IT professionals. Each registration is subject to approval – we will let you know in due course whether your place has been confirmed. A limited number of people from each company may attend and priority will be given to the most senior job titles. If you are interested in attending, please request attendance.
CIO, UK Legal Sector
“The last event OCSL hosted gave me a different perspective on how other CIO’s across sectors are using technology. I’m interested in how others they are preparing their organisation for change, and the technologies that are likely to have the biggest impact.”
European Service Manager, Capital Markets & Risk Sector
"The diversity of the participants added to the evening with all participants at different stages of the Technology Implementation curve. Who needs Gartner!"