We hope you’re having a great time at Gartner Symposium and tweet, tweet, tweeting away! There have been many great sessions that stirred up a lot of social activity.
From the stream of twitter posts it seems that IT leaders are on the precipice of a new chapter in how IT functions within a business and how that will impact our continuously evolving digital society. To some, it can be daunting and to others it is exhilarating. Either perspective, it is clear that what’s top of mind for IT leaders is how to make the best use of resources that support digital innovation – talent, data and technology. The silver bullet solution is not to throw money at those aspects, rather it’s to empower and support employees with the culture and tools they need to break through the common practices of today that will change the business of tomorrow.
Here we’ve selected some of the top tweets from those at the conference. And turns out Carlsberg has a Doctor of Beer Brewing, who knew! Cheers to enjoying and sharing insights at #GartnerSYM!
— Steven Norton (@steven_norton) October 17, 2016
— Steve Hardy (@steevh) October 17, 2016
Adding devices to the IoT platform is the easy part. Processes, workflow, integration and analytics are the real challenge. #GartnerSYM
— Kyle Hilgendorf (@kylehilgendorf) October 17, 2016
Every $1 spent on innovation requires $7 in core execution. Modernize first, then innovate, execute #GartnerSYM
— Beth Ard (@bethardcyber) October 17, 2016
— Gartner Symposium (@Gartner_SYM) October 18, 2016
— Hans Keil (@hkeil) October 17, 2016
— Lukas Naugle (@lukasnaugle) October 18, 2016
— Alfonso Lahuerta (@alfonsolahuerta) October 18, 2016
“We have 1.6 software engineers for every version of IOS we support.” Chuck Robbins speaking at Gartner conference. 🙂 #GartnerSYM
— Ravi Pendse (@BrownU_CIO) October 18, 2016
— Amit Bahree (@bahree) October 18, 2016