There’s No “I” in “Team,” But There Is In “Winning”

Kevin EastmanMES Spring 2019 keynote speaker Kevin Eastman shares how decades of experience as a coach on championship-winning teams have taught him that it takes a team for organizations to succeed.

Leadership Lessons From “Seinfeld”?

Niel NickolaisenMES Spring 2019 speaker Niel Nickolaisen discusses the leadership lessons that CIOs and IT executives can pick up from the enduring 1990s situation comedy.

In the famous “The Opposite” episode of the TV series “Seinfeld,” Jerry points out to George Costanza that if his instincts have always been wrong, then doing the opposite must be right.

The Midmarket’s Coolest IT Vendors

We wanted to know who the coolest companies were when it comes to supplying technology solutions to their organizations, so we asked.

Who didn’t want to be one of the cool kids in high school? I know I certainly wanted to be in that club. There were limits to what I would do to qualify, but it really was a place me and my friends aspired to. Of course, there was also mystery surrounding who was cool and who wasn’t.

Q&A: Meet the Newest MES Advisory Board Member – Mike Novak

Mike NovakDiscover how the hospitality industry has evolved through technology, according to the newest MES Advisory Board member.

IT veteran Mike Novak brings more than 20 years of experience as the newest MES Advisory Board member. He serves as the global vice president of information technology for Las Vegas-based Hakkasan Group, a hospitality company with multiple establishments across the globe.

Fast Food is Heavily Dependent on Technology

Terry Brown-WalkerLearn how the newest MES Advisory Board member has witnessed the development of technology in the fast-food industry.

We are no longer living in the world of your father’s favorite fast-food restaurants. Thanks to the current advancements in connectivity and the Internet of Things, technology is reshaping the way fast-food restaurants serve to their customers.

"It Is An Exciting Time To Be An IT Leader"

Tony MooreFind out why this new MES Advisory Board member says it’s an exciting time to be in IT, but it’s tough to make everyone happy.

The Midsize Enterprise Summit Advisory Board is a constantly evolving group of professionals who stay abreast of the latest technology trends impacting the midmarket.

IT And Healthcare: Keeping The Relationship Healthy In An Ever-Changing Field

Sean PatrickMeet the new MES Advisory Board member with a front-row seat to the shifting landscape of healthcare and how IT has had to adapt to new demands within it.

Effective Leadership Starts With Putting Employees First

Leda Csanka, technology consultant and coach, explains how communication, authenticity and transparency are the first steps in transforming the culture of the workplace.

MES Expands IT Security Board

Thought leaders from Paycor, USAA join effort to expand, guide midmarket IT security summit

The Midsize Enterprise Summit: IT Security has added two thought leaders to the event’s Advisory Board to shape the event’s future.

Joining the MES IT Security Advisory Board are Adam Leisring, senior director of information security at Paycor, and Janet Stone, lead program/project manager, business risks and controls at USAA. Both executives are accomplished security professionals who will help shape the event’s content by defining the big issues of the day.

Meet the Newest MES Advisory Board Members

Get to know the IT leaders who will help The Channel Company plot the future direction, content and enhancements to the event experience for sponsors and attendees of the Midsize Enterprise Summit.

The Midsize Enterprise Summit announced its newest Advisory Board members who will play a strategic role in guiding the conference’s future direction, content and enhancements to the event experience for sponsors and attendees.

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