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JPMorgan’s 2014 tech, media conference to include more than 200 firms

225px-J_P_Morgan_Logo_2008_1.svgJPMorgan will host its 42nd annual Global Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT) Conference next week that will bring together more than 200 companies in one-on-one meetings and panel discussions.

This year’s event, which will be held May 19-21 at the Westin Copley Place in Boston, Mass., is expected to draw more than 4,000 participants, and, according to JPMorgan, more CEOs than any other similar event today.

Discussion will include a panel on online advertising, mobile payments and innovative new technologies. The conference will also feature an IT series on enterprise mobile and united communications, data and analytics, data center infrastructure, enterprise security and digital financial services.

Firms expected to participate in the 2014 TMT conference include Visa, MasterCard, Symantec, Yahoo!, Care.com, DirecTV, Zillow, Isis, Monitise, Paydiant, Heartland Payment Systems, Green Dot Corp., Fiserv, TripAdvisor, Netflix, AMC Networks, Xerox, Chegg, FIS Global, VeriFone and AT&T, among others.

Keynote speakers will include JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon; JPMorgan Chief Information Officer Dana Deasy; Verizon Chairman and CEO Lowell McAdam; FireEye Chairman and CEO David DeWalt; VMWare President and CEO Carl Eschenbach; Martin Schroeter, the CFO and senior vice president of finance and enterprise transformation at IBM; and Broadcom President, Director and CEO Scott McGregor.

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