So You Want to be A CIO?

The Association of IT Professionals meets every month. If you plan to go into network or systems administration (aka IT) you should be attending. This month's meeting is:

Our next meeting is Wednesday February 17, 2010.

Subject: So You Want to Be a CIO?

Speaker: Karl McCollester

Date: February 17, 2010.

Time: 6:30-8:30pm

Location: Carolina Coliseum Room 1024

Karl McCollester is Director of Managed Services for VC3, Inc., a company that provides IT Consulting, Project, Managed Support, and Cloud Computing Services to businesses and local government throughout the Southeast. With 15 years of IT experience, Karl has worked with a number of companies and local governments in the capacity of IT Manager and CIO. Karl attained his Local Government CIO Certification from UNC-Chapel Hill in 2005. Karl started as a PC support engineer and worked his way up through the IT ranks, to server administration, project management and IT management to his responsibilities today. His responsibilities include management and development of the Virtual CIOs at VC3, a group of professionals with previous IT Management experience who provide IT leadership for those customers who completely outsource their IT operations to VC3. Karl will share his insights and his own story of growth from technical support to executive management and provide actionable steps you can take to help with your ascent to a CIO position.
The sponsors for this meeting include:

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