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5/2/2007
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Brian Gillooly
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Phoenix CIO Breakfast Taking Shape

Phoenix, New York City, and Washington are shaping up to be the first of the cities in the CIO Nation "CIO Breakfasts" (check my blog of April 2 for more info on how you can participate). If you're a CIO in any of these cities and are interested in attending, please let me know (post a response here or e-mail me at [email protected]). These are no-obligation opportunities to simply gather with your peers, exchange ideas and best practices, and of course get a free omelette. The Phoenix timeframe

Phoenix, New York City, and Washington are shaping up to be the first of the cities in the CIO Nation "CIO Breakfasts" (check my blog of April 2 for more info on how you can participate). If you're a CIO in any of these cities and are interested in attending, please let me know (post a response here or e-mail me at [email protected]). These are no-obligation opportunities to simply gather with your peers, exchange ideas and best practices, and of course get a free omelette. The Phoenix timeframe is looking to be the first week of June (because, as I told Steve Phillips, CIO of Avnet and one of the participants: Who doesn't want to be in Phoenix in the heart of June? I remember one day a couple of years ago -- and this was in September -- standing in a parking lot in 112 degree weather. Needless to say, it was a very short time outside the car, and, yes, I was the only person within eyesight who was outdoors...!

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