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New York, NY, May 23, 2013 – Labrador attends Forrester Forum to learn from industry leaders on technology trends affecting the future of business.

Labrador Technology (www.labradortech.com) attended a recent Forum sponsored by Forrester Research (www.forrester.com) in Washington, D.C. on May 6th and 7th. Forrester brought together some of their brightest analysts and enterprise IT thought leaders from a range of industries to discuss key concepts around digital technology and business change.

Labrador subscribes to Forrester services to stay ahead of business technology trends, engage with expert analysts, and maintain a deep understanding of the key priorities for CIOs and other IT leaders. The recent Forum offered great sessions about many thought-provoking topics, such as:

  • The ‘Mobile Mind Shift’
  • The CIO’s world in 2020
  • ‘Design thinking’ and its role in employee and customer engagement
  • The economics of BYOD
  • Trends in expanding business with the cloud

For more information on Forrester’s Forum for CIO, EA, Infrastructure & Ops, Security & Risk, And Sourcing Professionals, click here:

About Labrador Technology

Labrador Technology is an IT consulting firm that solves complex business issues for enterprise and mid-size organizations in the U.S. and around the world. Based in New York City, Labrador’s IT strategy consulting, technical design services and technology program management help solve the business, facility and technology needs of: retail, financial services, healthcare, education, and legal companies. In a fast-changing, hyper-competitive, global economy, Labrador guides the complex interdependencies of technology to simplify challenges, optimize changes, connect systems and processes, and frees its clients to focus on their core business.

For more information about Labrador Technology or this particular news story, please contact the marketing team:
marketing@labradortech.com
646-380-2800
www.labradortech.com

 

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