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Digital Transformation and the New Application Stack

If you are a CIO, Enterprise Transformation is probably on your mind. If you're in a smaller company, you probably think that's a nice buzzword, that doesn't mean anything. Come hear Steve Francis, Founder and Chief Product Officer of LogicMonitor talk about the experiences of growing a company from scratch to 200 employees, the technical lessons learned, what he sees in LogicMonitor's customer base as they go through enterprise transformation. And why that means you've been doing it all wrong. But why that's a good thing.

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Recorded Nov 3 2016 55 mins
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