Arthur Langer, Director, Columbia University Center for Technology Management
Virginia Gambale, Managing Partner, Azimuth Trust, LLC
Julie O’Brien, SVP of Corporate Marketing, Nutanix
The multi-cloud era represents a quantum leap that is changing the enterprise IT landscape, creating digital disruption and new ways of thinking about private, public and edge requirements. As the pace of change accelerates, it’s become increasingly difficult for IT management to sift through mountains of sometimes contradictory information and plan the best path forward for their organizations and teams.
To promote greater understanding of the latest technology trends, opportunities and challenges, the Columbia University Center for Technology Management (CTM) is teaming with Nutanix to bring great content and world-class educators to IT leaders around the globe.
CTM was founded on the recognition that accelerating technology change is an existential threat to every organization—and a major disruptor to the careers of individuals. Its mission is to help organizations focus on the strategic use of technology to create differentiation and help individuals maintain their technical vitality. These goals are achieved through a variety of programs for ongoing education and an extensive network of mentors with expertise in specific industries, as well as specific technical and management disciplines.
As an industry disruptor and leading provider of enterprise cloud solutions to enterprises, Nutanix focuses on simplifying and harmonizing datacenter operations for today’s multi-cloud world. Because of its vantage point at the intersection of enterprise IT and the public cloud, Nutanix is uniquely positioned to help enterprise leaders understand new technology options and consumption models.
Resources for IT
Together with CTM, Nutanix will offer customers access to the resources and mentors they need across a wide range of IT-related topics. What else can you expect from the CTM and Nutanix partnership? Here are some of the resources and upcoming events you can access.
- Nutanix customers and IT professionals can access the research paper, “Designing the Digital Organization”, a peer-reviewed article from the Journal of Organization Design on the structural changes necessary to become an effective digital organization.
- Read Art Langer’s article Digital Disruption: Who’s Leading the Charge? — appeared in the inaugural issue of NEXT Magazine.
- Heading to .NEXT New Orleans May 8-10? Art Langer will be participating in the executive track and be available for 1:1 discussions with IT executives at the show. Learn more at www.nutanix.com/next.
- Be sure to check out the replay of the recent Argyle Executive Forum virtual event featuring Virginia Gambale on the topic of Leading the Charge: CIOs in the Boardroom
- Stay tuned for more news on upcoming Columbia University CTM and Nutanix events in New York and San Francisco!
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