LONDON, June 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Ahead of the Corporate IT Exchange 2012, Professor Christopher Rentrop of HTWG Konstanz met with IQPC Exchange to discuss the implications of Shadow IT for CIOs and their organisations.
In this exclusive interview, Professor Rentrop explains their research project, which followed a mixed method approach, trying to develop a framework and destination to develop some methods on how to deal with shadow IT. After discovering that only a few companies have dealt with the topic, HTWG Konstanz had to start from scratch to develop methods in how to detect, assess and control Shadow IT.
Professor Rentrop shares his views about the level of control CIOs have over the use of unofficial IT in their organisations and how IT organisations can turn Shadow IT threat into an opportunity.
The full podcast interview and transcript can be accessed at: http://bit.ly/Lz9k3v
Professor Rentrop will be sharing his insights about Shadow IT at the Corporate IT Exchange, an exclusive networking forum for European C-Level IT executives looking to effectively align their resources and processes with business strategy.
Other expert speakers who will discuss their most pressing IT issues with their industry peers at the Exchange include:
- CIO, Jaguar & Land Rover
- CISO, Investec Group
- CIO, City of London
- CIO, KBC Group
- CIO, Port of Rotterdam
- CIO, The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
"IT - business alignment is one of the key success factors for organisations" says Livia Trubenova, Event Director of the Corporate IT Exchange. "With the rapid emergence of new technologies, increasing competitive pressures and continued economic uncertainty, CIOs are under more pressure than ever to implement technologies that are cost efficient, agile and help organisations to achieve their business goals."
"The Corporate IT Exchange 2012 will bring together leading IT professionals to discuss key business and technology challenges affecting the IT function, and examine best practices in effective alignment of resources and processes with business strategy."
For more information about the Corporate IT Exchange speaker panel, the programme and attendees please visit: http://www.corporateitexchange.com/PR
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SOURCE Corporate IT Exchange