TechForum's Roundtables are occasional, helf-day conference we produce for practicing end-user IT managers at mid-to large companies, and exhibiting vendors. TechForum Roundtables promote dialogue between buyers and sellers regarding IT management issues facing large enterprise organizations. Topics are determined on a case-by-case basis.
At TechForum, we take a real-world approach to technologies which are fundamentally changing corporate IT. In our interactive panels and targeted presentations, IT managers who are implementing secure solutions in the enterprise engage with a select group of vendors in discussion. If you want first-rate social networking-along with a serious reality check of the promises and pitfalls of security in the cloud. you'll want to be a part of this must-attend event for security managers.
TechForum Roundtables are invitation-only executive conferences for end-user IT managers at mid-to-large organizations. Attendance is restricted to end-user IT managers who work directly for mid-size to large enterprise organizations, and sponsoring vendors.
Only pre-qualified, employed senior-level end-user IT managers at mid-to-large organizations attend Security Forum.
Two directors of TechForum personally vet each attendee for qualification to attend. Security Forum attracts 140-160 vetted registrants. Pre-registration is required in order to attend. Attendees must be employed, senior end-user IT managers at mid to large firms. Attendees hold senior titles of SVP, VP, CISO, CIO, CTO, CSO, Director, or Manager, at organizations with $50 million revenue or more. The majority of attendees are in the Fortune 1000.