By Nathan Lockwood
The changing color of the leaves is a signal of many things to come – cooler temperatures, shorter days and winter creeping ever closer – but for the Technology Business Management (TBM) Council, it means that the TBM Conference is just around the corner.
The TBM Conference brings the greatest minds in technology to Chicago to explore best practices that produce greater value, align IT with business goals, and deliver TBM breakthroughs. Today, we’re excited to announce a list of newly confirmed speakers who will be sharing their experiences with us in Chicago on Oct. 27-29.
James LaPlaine, CIO & SVP TechOps, AOL
As Chief Information Officer, James manages the solution, development, and operations organization that is responsible for the company’s overall IT infrastructure. He oversees AOL's global data centers, public and private cloud services, employee productivity services, networks, systems, storage, application engineers, and NOC supporting all of AOL's consumer facing applications and advertising services. AOL’s media platform (AMP), content hub, data warehouse/analytics, and Relegence services (semantic and content trends analysis) are developed under James’ leadership.
Theresa Lanowitz, Founder, Voke Inc.
Founder of voke, inc., Theresa is recognized worldwide as a strategic thinker and market influencer in application lifecycle, virtualization and convergence markets. With over 20 years of experience, Theresa has been associated with some of the most important breakthrough technology and products of their time. From 1999 through 2006, Theresa was a research analyst with Gartner. During her tenure with Gartner, Theresa pioneered the application quality ecosystem, championed the application security space, and consistently identified new and emerging companies to watch.
Michael Brady, CTO, AIG
Mike is AIG’s Chief Technology Officer and oversees the CTO organization, which includes Enterprise Architecture, Application Development Methodologies and Infrastructure. In this role, Mike is responsible for AIG’s technology strategy, as well as the development and execution of AIG’s technical infrastructure vision. He is also accountable for identifying leading edge technologies that will result in tangible benefits to all of AIG’s stakeholders.
Karl Armani, Head of Infrastructure and Operations, Medallia Inc.
Karl is the Leader of infrastructure and Operations at Medallia. Prior to that he led infrastructure architecture, engineering, and operations for large eCommerce and corporate environments at Expedia. Karl was also VP of Technology for Moody's Investors Service in New York. He also led the technology engineering and operations functions for Priceline.com for 5 years of explosive growth, from the startup phase to becoming a leading online travel company.
As new speakers are confirmed they will be added to the TBMC15 agenda so register today and join us to network with innovative technology and business leaders in the Windy City! We look forward to welcoming you there!