July 22nd NDIA Lone Star Chapter Meeting – The Power of the Ecosystem

On Thursday, July 22nd!
**Membership is not required to attend this event***

The Power of the Ecosystem

With Jason Kelley, General Manager, IBM


Speaker Bio:
Bio for Jason Kelley

Abstract:
The Power of the Ecosystem.
The rate of technology and business-model innovation today makes it nearly impossible for any single organization to do everything itself. Today’s leaders understand business as a modern, connected ecosystem where gains are mutual and the greatest impact comes from moving and working together with a diverse set of voices and open technologies such as Blockchain. Most central to IBM’s blockchain strategy is convening an ecosystem of partners and capabilities that allow us to accelerate the transformation of our clients. Join IBM Jason’s Kelley to learn about this ecosystem approach, and hear examples of how our commitment to blockchain and other open technologies is unlocking innovation for clients and propelling organizations – and entire ecosystems to new opportunities and growth.

Time:
6:00 PM
Networking starts
6:30 PM
Meeting starts
7:30 PM
Meeting ends; additional networking until 8 PM

Event is Free to the Public. Please RSVP as soon as you can!
RSVP for Austin in-person Location 
RSVP for Lawton, Oklahoma in-person Location
RSVP for DFW IBM in Coppell in-person Location
RSVP for Zoom Virtual — attend from anywhere!
 
Questions? Contact:
Mike Dietz at mpdietz@hotmail.com (DFW location and virtual attendance)
Patricia Baumhart pbaumhart@mac.com (Austin location attendance)

 

Join by Zoom Video: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/5843754611?pwd=eDgxbmRISWZLd1BxV2ZlcDJoY2Npdz09
(Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android)

Teleconference Info:
Dial: +1 346 248 7799 (US Toll)
Meeting ID: 584 375 4611
Passcode: 45932396

*While Zoom has been in the news lately, we’ve determined after review that Zoom security features are sufficient for our level of conversation. There will be no FOUO or sensitive topics. Everything we’ll be discussing is already in the public space.