New York Times technology columnist and author Nick Bilton will deliver the keynote address at this year’s Statewide IT Conference, October 7-8 (touch for more >>)
Prepare to be inspired about the future of technology by some of the biggest names in the field at this year’s Statewide IT Conference, October 7-8.
New York Times technology columnist and author Nick Bilton will deliver the keynote address at the event, and will talk about the future of technology and how its evolution will influence students and the IT community at IU. Bilton is a Times technology and business columnist and lead blogger for the paper’s “Bits” blog, with a background spanning design, journalism, hardware hacking, data visualization, and photojournalism. The Bilton keynote is sponsored by The Media School at IU and Matrix Integration.
Now in its 19th year, Statewide IT is an annual gathering of IT professionals from eight campuses who come together to learn about new technologies and initiatives and plan for the future. “The IU Statewide IT Conference has grown to be the preeminent event for IT professionals, students, and many members of the IU community,” said Brad Wheeler, IU vice president for information technology and CIO. “This annual gathering enables IU IT professionals from all departments and on all campuses to grow their knowledge, skills, and personal relationships to be more effective in service of an ever evolving IU.”