As a tech professional, it’s essential that you continually network. Increasing your industry knowledge, experience and connections helps you remain at the top of your field. Staying informed on the latest news, trends and developments keeps you competitive. If you are in the Boston area this Spring, here are three networking events to attend.
March 16-17, 2020
Your activity in this event will help you learn about intranet, internal communications, disruptive technologies, and employee happiness. Hosted by one of Boston’s top knowledge exchange platforms, increase your knowledge of strategic and technical aspects of employee communication, collaboration, and change management strategies. Key topics include how to ensure the intranet meets your company’s needs, how to treat employees the way you treat customers, and whether mobile-first or mobile second is the right approach for your organization. Top speakers, trendsetters, evangelists, and experts in the field share their experiences. Join thematic conversations with changing topics and teams. Listen to the challenges of delegates in parallel roundtable discussions. Learn insights, strategic approaches, project planning, operative realization, and successful practices from new industry case studies to apply real business results for benchmarking with your competition.
April 14-17, 2020
Your participation in this conference and expo will help you engage with, build, develop, and learn from the open data science community. Increase your data science knowledge, training, and network through talks, training, workshops, and boot camps at one of the largest applied data science conferences in the world. Gain hands-on learning with the latest data science platforms, tools, models, and techniques through training sessions taught by world-class data science instructors. Speakers include core contributors to multiple open source tools, libraries, and languages. Focus areas include deep learning, machine learning, predictive analytics, and natural language processing. Topics include recommendation systems, transfer learning, machine vision, and autonomous machines. Tools include Python, Jupyter Notebooks, R programming, and Apache Spark.
April 28, 2020
Join this forum for innovative IT thought leaders to discuss shifting CIOs from cost-savers to value providers. Because global IT spending is expected to increase in the coming years, if you work as a CIO, your role is more important than ever. As business goals change, you need to find emerging opportunities to drive value throughout your organization. Use this forum to prepare for business transitions and changes and make proper decisions to position your company to succeed. Learn about current industry challenges and trends. Engage in peer-on-peer networking. Discuss issues affecting CIOs from various industries. Participate in focused educational sessions, one-on-one meetings, and networking opportunities to maximize your time and efforts, gain ideas and strategies to improve business practices, and produce additional value for your organization.
Network with Alexander Technology Group
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