Tina Turner was known as the Queen of Rock \u2018n\u2019 Roll for a reason. She inspired generations of performers and fans, made valuable contributions to the music industry, and won more awards than I can mention here. Tina died on May 24, but her legacy as a rock icon and role model for women will endure. If the idea of legacy and being \u201cbetter than all the rest\u201d interests you, register today to secure your place with the best in IT at the CIO 100 Symposium & Awards on August 14-16 at Terranea \u2013 L.A.\u2019s Oceanfront Resort.\n\nThe opening keynote, presented by Brad Meltzer, will motivate you to think differently about your legacy. Brad\u2019s engaging, funny, and powerful message will inspire you to look at your life, work, and mission through the lens of legacy. Following the presentation, you will have a chance to meet and take a photo with this #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Lightning Rod and 12 other bestselling thrillers.\n\nWhat factors need to come together for you to achieve lasting success that leaves a mark? CIO 100 Symposium provides a blueprint for answering that question. From a curated group of digital posters featuring award-winning projects to keynote speakers addressing AI adoption-including Generative AI \u2014 this leadership masterclass will knock your socks off. Deep Dives into cloud & data and customer & employee experience will provide insights and action items. And it\u2019s all capped off by closing keynote speaker Ken Jennings, Greatest Jeopardy! Player of All Time and CIO 100 awards ceremony co-host.\n\nThis immersive three-day experience is designed to give you the insights and connections to enable you to be your best and leave a legacy you are proud of. Register here today.