The Last Buggy Whip: Envisioning the Future of IT
For nearly 200 years the horse and buggy was the primary mode of transportation. Could there come a day when on-premises IT services are also a thing of the past? We will imagine that we are starting from scratch 10 years from now and will predict the skills and approaches needed for the IT organization of the future.
Outcomes: Identify new skills for IT staff that will become important * Question your assumptions about essential services for IT to provide * Bring greater flexibility and a broader perspective to IT services
Assistant Vice President of Information Technology and Deputy CIO, Baruch College/City University of New York
Janet ScannellChief Technology Officer, Carleton College
Christopher MisraChief Technology Officer, University of Massachusetts Amherst