DataGravity to make MIT Sloan CIO Symposium data-aware
If you’re in the Boston area and part of the local startup scene, the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium is worth checking out. The event is a chance to approach enterprise IT from an academic perspective. Every year, IT leaders, academics and other business executives participate in the symposium, which provides sessions, insights and inspiration for IT and business leaders alike. This year, we’re looking forward to getting more involved, as DataGravity has been named a finalist in the Symposium’s Innovation Showcase.
The MIT Sloan CIO Symposium Innovation Showcase features 10 technology startups from the greater Boston area and gives them a platform to highlight the value of their solutions for enterprise IT. These companies provide creative solutions for CIOs or corporate IT departments, and all have a unique value proposition and potential to impact their customers in creative ways. DataGravity is changing the way its customers manage, secure and transform data into business value, and with CEO Paula Long recently taking the stage as the “biggest boss” at TechCrunch Disrupt, MIT’s event is a perfect place for us to share this message with a new audience.
The showcase will kick off at 5:30 p.m. on May 20 with an evening reception and networking hour at the Kresge Courtyard Tent. If you’re planning to attend the Symposium, stop by and say “Hi” to the DataGravity team – whether you’re interested in learning more about what data-aware storage really entails and how it can improve governance, protection, data visibility and search and discovery for your company, or you’re planning to stick around for the MIT judging panel to share its take on the DataGravity Discovery Series and the other finalists’ contributions to the future of enterprise IT, we promise it’ll be a perfect way to end the day.
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