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Cloud South East Asia Forum

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The Cloud South East Asia team are excited to partner with MDeC and announce the only event dedicated to building digital, competitive businesses in South East Asia by uniting CIOs, CTOs and key technology solution providers and their partners at this content led exhibition.

The event takes place 7th & 8th October in KL, Malaysia.

Download the draft agenda here: http://goo.gl/ssPseh

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Cloud South East Asia Forum

  1. 1. PATRON SPONSOR: ORGANISED BY:PATRON SPONSOR:
  2. 2. PATRON SPONSOR: ORGANISED BY:PATRON SPONSOR: Date: Wednesday 7th & Thursday 8th October 2015 Venue: Connexion @ Nexus, KL, Malaysia Organiser: Informa Telecoms & Media Headline Partner: Business Cloud News Research Partner: Ovum businesscloudnews.com ovum.com Twitter: @CloudWSeries #CloudSEAsia Expected Attendees: 400+ Expected Exhibitors: 35-40+ Delegate Conference Fee: Vendor Early Bird Rate until Friday 28th August 2015: $1799 Vendor Standard Rate: $1999 Enterprise/SME IT decision makers: FREE APAC Telcos: FREE Conference Fee includes: access to all conference streams, pre-event networking tool, presentations post-event, lunch & hospitality opportunities throughout the two days. Event Format
  3. 3. PATRON SPONSOR: ORGANISED BY: Event Objective Building Digital, Competitive Businesses in South East Asia through Cloud & Mobility Solutions Cloud South East Asia is the region’s content led ICT event for C-level IT decision makers, operations and development teams, as well as Telco Cloud Service Providers looking to leverage the opportunities Cloud and Mobility technologies offer. Sponsored by MDeC, the two day event brings together C-Level decision makers from across South East Asia to give unheard before insight into cloud business models and implementation strategies, enterprise mobility and mobile device management, big data, security, IoT and future data centre priorities, in addition to Telco go-to market cloud strategies. Cloud South East Asia hosts detailed presentations, interactive discussions and hands-on classroom sessions, as well as VIP networking and enterprise hosted lunch tables, to ensure its audience of 400+ ICT professionals leave ready to drive the region’s businesses forward in the digital, competitive markets.
  4. 4. PATRON SPONSOR: ORGANISED BY: Event Objective Audience Breakdown Cloud South East Asia brings together 400+ ecosystem players to advance the region’s cloud and enterprise mobility markets. Enterprises: CIOs, CTOs, Director/ Heads of IT, Infrastructure & Architecture SME/Bs: Founders, CEOs, COOs Telecom Operators: Cloud & Enterprise Services, VP/Director/ Heads of Sales, Marketing, Innovations, Strategy, Product. Resellers & Channel Partners Solution Providers: Cloud Services Hosting Storage Network Infrastructure Security Data Management Data Analytics Managed Services Application Management Mobile Device Management Data Centres Virtualisation & Containers
  5. 5. PATRON SPONSOR: ORGANISED BY: Reasons to Attend • The only ICT event addressing the issues confronted by South East Asia’s businesses currently advancing their digital presence- by 2018, enterprise IT spending in Southeast Asia will total $62 billion (Gartner) • Dedicated case studies from South East Asian and International CIOs. Bringing never heard before best practice, from IT decision makers in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, where roughly 80% of IT spend will come from in the region. • Cloud computing is the backbone of today’s connected, digital world, and enables the Internet of Things which is set to transform businesses and disrupt markets. Only at this dedicated Cloud South East Asia event will you advance your business with lessons taken from the IT decision makers now driving their business forward through cloud and mobility solutions. • The Cloud World Series has a 7 year history of excelling in delivering content led conferences and exhibitions, identifying industry leading case studies through thorough market research, and putting only the CIOs and senior IT pioneers delivering them onto the stage.
  6. 6. PATRON SPONSOR: ORGANISED BY: Reasons to Attend • Built on 6 years of success of delivering the Cloud Asia Forum in Hong Kong and the northern APJ markets. • We deliver high level and unrivalled networking opportunities through our dedicated VIP networking team. We guarantee face to face customer introductions through facilitated meetings at our events. • Our events are content led, bringing need to know knowledge identified during our research meetings and calls with senior industry figures. We excel in content and research, and are supported by a dedicated conference research and production team which works closely with our Ovum analysts. • Part of the Enterprise Technology Portfolio, the Cloud World Series’ market reach is more than extensive: •
  7. 7. PATRON SPONSOR: ORGANISED BY: Why KL in 2015? • Malaysia is in the ‘sophomore’ stage of cloud adoption and ICT spending, and therefore a perfect meeting place for those travelling from the more digitally advanced Singapore and SEA’s developing markets e.g. Indonesia and The Philippines. • Implementation of an integrated ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) is scheduled to happen in December 2015, and Malaysia will chair. • Malaysia is at the centre of SEA geographically, with KL being an important regional hub. • Although the Southeast Asia region comprises of 11 countries, it is Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand who will spend the most on IT and account for roughly 80 percent of IT spend in the region.
  8. 8. PATRON SPONSOR: ORGANISED BY: Exhibition Floor Plan
  9. 9. PATRON SPONSOR: ORGANISED BY: VIP Speed Networking- ontheexhibitionfloor! Cloud Asia Forum 2014 figures
  10. 10. PATRON SPONSOR: ORGANISED BY: VIP Speed Networking- ontheexhibitionfloor! Cloud Asia Forum 2014
  11. 11. PATRON SPONSOR: ORGANISED BY: Agenda at a Glance Wednesday 7th October 2015 Thursday 8th October 2015 8.50 – 10.55am Plenary Keynotes & CIO Round Tables 9.00 – 10.40am Telco Go-to-Market Strategies Enterprise Mobility, Big Data & Analytics 10.55 – 11.55am Speed Networking & Refreshment Break 10.40 – 11.40am Refreshment Break & Networking 11.55 – 1.30pm Plenary Keynotes & Panel Discussion 11.40 – 1.15pm Telco Go-to-Market Strategies Enterprise Mobility, Big Data & Analytics 1.30- 2.30pm Networking Lunch & Hosted Enterprise & Operator Tables 1.15 – 2.15pm Networking Lunch & Hosted Enterprise & Operator Tables 2.30 – 4.00pm Cloud Business Models Enterprise Mobility & ICT Security 2.15 – 3.30pm Afternoon Plenary Future Revenue Streams: Value Chain Opportunities 4.00 – 4.50pm Refreshment Break & Networking 3.30 – 4.00pm Refreshment Break & Networking 4.50 – 6.00pm Cloud Business Models Enterprise Mobility & ICT Security 4.00 – 5.30pm Afternoon Plenary Presentations & Round Table s Future Revenue Streams: Value Chain Opportunities 6.00pm Close of Day 1 & Networking Reception 5.30pm Close of Cloud South East Asia 2015
  12. 12. PATRON SPONSOR: ORGANISED BY: ConfirmedSpeakers • Wilson Santoso, CMO & Partnership Director, Uber Jakarta, Indonesia • Tarun Sukhani, CTO, MaxMoney, Malaysia • Choong Yat Weng, CIO, Malacca Securities, Malaysia • Murari Kalyanaramani, Head of Information Security, Standard Chartered Bank, Malaysia • Rohit Kanwar, Managing Director & Board Member, Bistip, Indonesia • Shermin Chin, CIO, Sherman3D, Malaysia • Henry Ho, Head of IS/IT Asia, AstraZeneca, Malaysia • Erison Oktavian, CTO, UMG, Myanmar • Rocky Scopelliti, Global Industry Executive - Banking, Finance & Insurance, Global Industries, Telstra • Senior Representative, Vision Solutions • Kamala Segaran Sockalingam, CTO, ICE College, Malaysia • Mike Mudd, Managing Partner, Asian Policy Partners LLC, Hong Kong • Dr Lee Hing Yan, Director of the National Cloud Computing Office, IDA, Singapore • Blair Layton, Head of Database Services, APAC, Amazon Web Services , Singapore • Jonathon Brandon, Editor, Business Cloud News, UK • May-Ann Lim, Executive Director, Asia Cloud Computing Association, Singapore • Ashwin Jaiswal, Head - IT Business Consulting & Practice (Telecom, Media & Entertainment), Reliance Communications • Mr Billy Lee, Chairman, Malaysian Data Center Alliance, Malaysia • Kenny Foong, VP, ICT Transformation, Group Information & Communication Technology (GICT), POS Malaysia
  13. 13. PATRON SPONSOR: ORGANISED BY: Agenda -allnamesinpurpleareinviteesonly Wednesday 7th October 2015 8.15am Registration & Refreshments 8.50am Informa Welcome & Introductory Networking 9.00am Chair’s Welcome Jonathon Brandon, Editor, Business Cloud News (confirmed) 9.10am Keynote Address: Fostering Economic Growth & Bridging the Digital Divide in South East Asia Government Official 9.35am CIO Keynote Address: Leveraging Cloud Computing to Build an Agile IT System - How to fail-safe your ICT project: mapping out the right goals and deciding on the necessary solutions - Choosing the right Cloud model: how to gain the right information and make the secure choice - Steps to securing support for ICT change from all stakeholders - Lessons learnt from cloud migration
  14. 14. PATRON SPONSOR: ORGANISED BY: Agenda Wednesday 7th October 2015 10.05am Cloud Sense: Cost Efficiency + IT Operational Excellence - Achieving operational excellence whilst controlling CAPEX & OPEX - To what extent can the cloud cut IT infrastructure spending? - Scaling up with Cloud Blair Layton, Head of Database Services, APAC, Amazon Web Services Singapore (confirmed) 10.35am Speed Networking & Refreshment Break 11.45pm Tapping into the Future Enterprise & SME Communications Market - How will South East Asian IT decision makers’ budget spend on communications, cloud and - enterprise mobility services change over the upcoming years? - What is the uptake for SaaS, UCaaS, PaaS and IaaS in the region? - Is the trend to buy multiple services from one provider or one service per multiple providers? - What capabilities are of greatest importance to SMEs when choosing a cloud provider May-Ann Lim, Executive Director, Asia Cloud Computing Association (confirmed) 12.10pm Getting IT Transformation Right - Getting out your ambitions and building a digital plan - Cloud, Analytics, Mobility and Social technologies: where do they fit in and how achievable are they? - How to choose the right partners for your goals Henry Ho, Head of IS/IT Asia, AstraZeneca, Malaysia (confirmed)
  15. 15. PATRON SPONSOR: ORGANISED BY: Agenda Wednesday 7th October 2015 12.40pm Enterprise & Partner Discussion: Innovating & Growing in Competitive, Developing Markets - What cloud and mobility platforms are being demanded in digitally developing markets? - What is the importance of identifying and partnering with local solution providers to meet customers’ needs? - Do you think IT providers are truly meeting end users needs; what more can be done? - How can costs be kept down but efficiency driven up as businesses achieve scale? - What ICT solutions are SEA’s emerging communications infrastructures ready for next, and how can the ecosystem foster greater digital growth? Moderator: Thillai Raj T. Ramanathan, CTO, MIMOS Berhad - Rainer Schimpf, CIO Asia Pacific, B. Braun, Malaysia - Kevin Wee, Director of Customer Success, salesforce.com, Singapore -Jan Van Doorsselaere, CIO, Alfaro LBS LLC, Philippines -Ary Wardhana, CIO, Mercedes-Benz Indonesia - Wilson Santoso, CMO & Partnership Director, Uber Jakarta, Indonesia (confirmed) - Rohit Kanwar, Managing Director & Board Member, Bistip, Indonesia (confirmed) 1.20pm Networking Lunch & Hosted Enterprise & Operator Tables
  16. 16. PATRON SPONSOR: ORGANISED BY: Agenda Wednesday 7th October 2015 Afternoon Streams CLOUD BUSINESS MODELS ENTERPRISE MOBILITY 2.25pm 2.30pm Chair’s Welcome Mike Mudd, Managing Partner, Asia Policy Partners LLC, Hong Kong (confirmed) Orchestrating the Development & Deployment of Clouds across Public, Private & On-Premise Environments - Integrating hybrid clouds with minimum cost expenditure - Identifying the specific workloads that will benefit from deployment in the hybrid cloud - Ensuring the security extended to a workload running in private cloud can be replicated in the public one - Guaranteeing data security and privacy -Overcoming portability and compatibility challenges Samuel Sam, Head of ICT Department, Macao Customs Service, Macao Chair’s Welcome May-Ann Lim, Executive Director, Asia Cloud Computing Association (confirmed) Building a Mobile First Business: Developing Employee & Customer Facing Applications - Where to focus mobile application development - How to calculate ROI from digital assets - How can the CIO help shape businesses’ future in a mobile world? Tarun Sukhani, CTO, MaxMoney, Malaysia (confirmed) 2.55pm Alpha Kimori PC Game & Cloud Computing - Asynchronous Japanese role : game playing elements suitable for Cloud Computing - Alpha Kimori on cloud computing platforms - Post mortem of Alpha Kimori on cloud computing platforms - Auxiliary resources on the Cloud for game design - Statistical analysis of Alpha Kimori on steam Sherman Chin, Founder & CIO, Sherman3D, Malaysia (confirmed) Meeting Today’s Enterprise Mobility & Application Needs - Using live enterprise mobility applications to better connect with customers, partners and employees - How are applications and consumer reach changing in the smartphone era? - Developing e-commerce and VAS Adrian Ho, Principal Analyst, Enterprise Services, Ovum
  17. 17. PATRON SPONSOR: ORGANISED BY: Agenda Wednesday 7th October 2015 Afternoon Streams CLOUD BUSINESS MODELS ENTERPRISE MOBILITY 3.20pm Case Study: DRaaS Solutions Senior Representative, Vision Solutions (confirmed) Making your Business Mobile & Enterprise App Friendly - BYOD v. COPE (Corporate Owned Personally Enabled) - How to manage large scale deployments of enterprise applications across multiple platforms - Coordinating application development with device management and operations - How to ensure control do you have over your apps and functionality Ching Hock Goh, IT Director, Dairy Farm, Malaysia 3.40pm Uber: Building Success through the Cloud - How has cloud and the smartphone revolution supported Uber's market entry? - Examining the technology behind the business's success - What technology is needed to achieve scale and support its growth? - How can solution and service providers help new businesses reach the mobile customer more? Wilson Santoso, CMO & Partnership Director, Uber Jakarta, Indonesia (confirmed) Driving Innovation through Next Generation Business Services & Analytics - How are the cloud and data services advancing innovation? - Building consumer centric IT systems and personalised services - Growing your customer base through progressive data analytics Neal Cross, Chief Innovation Officer, DBS Bank, Singapore 4.00pm Refreshment & Networking Break – Exhibition Visit
  18. 18. PATRON SPONSOR: ORGANISED BY: Agenda Wednesday 7th October 2015 Afternoon Streams CLOUD BUSINESS MODELS ENTERPRISE MOBILITY 4.50pm Enabling the Start-Up through the Cloud -Understanding a start-up’s technology needs - As a start-up, how can you achieve scale at a lower cost through cloud? -Deciding on the best cloud solution for your start-up or SME -What determines a start-up’s choice of provider and how do your requirements change as you start to build a business from the cloud Rohit Kanwar, Managing Director & Board Member, Bistip, Indonesia (confirmed) Mobile Identity - The Fusion of Financial Services, Mobility and Identity - New global research on unlocking trust for the mobile first Gen X and Y featuring: . The battle for generational and digital relevancy - how well is your institution positioned for mobile ? - Is it transformed, engaged, attractive or in recession ? . In a world where the smartphone has become the link between our human identity and our digital one, how do consumers now prefer to be identified? . How can mobile technologies shift the trust paradigm from one of having to prove who we are, to one of being recognised for whom we are? Rocky Scopelliti, Global Industry Executive - Banking, Finance & Insurance, Global Industries, Telstra (confirmed) 5.20pm Panel Discussion: Gaining Market Differentiation through Cloud - Dissecting SaaS, PaaS and IaaS - Assessing the obstacles to cloud implementation and how to overcome them - Approaches taken to address: - COSTS and ROI - CONTRACTUAL ISSUES - STANDARDS - MIGRATION OF SERVICES OR DATA -SECURITY - Erison Oktavian, CTO, UMG, Myanmar (confirmed) - Kamala Segaran Sockalingam, CTO, ICE College, Malaysia (confirmed) -Choong Yat Weng, CIO, Malacca Securities, Malaysia (confirmed) Mobility Brainstorm: How to Approach Mobile Device Management in a BYOD Era - What constitutes a strong MDM strategy? - Approaches to managing device security - Overcoming the challenges brought by shadow IT - How to approach employee education and ensure security policies are stuck to - Tzann Eng, OMP Yong, Head of IT Group, GD Express, Malaysia - Henry Ho, Head of IS/IT Asia Area, AstraZeneca, Malaysia - Charlie Valerio, CIO/Vice-President IT, First Gen Corp, Philippines - Kevin Khoo, IT Director, Sunway Shared Services, Malaysia 6.00pm Close of Day 1 & Networking Drinks
  19. 19. PATRON SPONSOR: ORGANISED BY: Agenda Thursday 8th October 2015 Morning Streams TELCO GO TO MARKET STRATEGIES ICT SECURITY, BIG DATA & GOVERNANCE 9.00am Chair’s Welcome Chair’s Welcome 9.10am Considering Private, Public & Hybrid Cloud Investments As the second-largest cloud computing market in the ASEAN region, Malaysia is experiencing robust growth on the BAaaS front but cloud adoption levels still remain low. We have a fireside chat with Malaysia’s leading telco cloud provider to discuss where sensible investment is needed within the market? Giorgio Migliarina, Chief Technology & Innovation Officer, Telekom Malaysia Building a Secure Cloud Ecosystem Real insight into the evolution of Singapore’s cloud landscape, and how the nation has worked with industry to grow adoption of the cloud as the island continues its goals to become a Smart Nation. Dr Lee Hing Yan, Head of the National Cloud Computing Office, IDA, Singapore (confirmed) 9.35am The Telco’s Role in the Cloud Ecosystem - Go to market strategies for the telecom operator selling enterprise cloud and mobility solutions - What advantages does the telco have in the cloud market? How to leverage your network and customer reach - IaaS, PaaS, SaaS solutions: developing your product and deciding how to sell and who to - What is next for the telco in the Asian enterprise IT and mobility market? Ashwin Jaiswal, Head - IT Business Consulting & Practice (Telecom, Media & Entertainment), Reliance Communications (confirmed) Next Generation Data Protection - Containing data loss: critical disaster recovery and back-up service insights - Studying what future managed security services will look like and weighing up the pros and cons for a business - Understanding mobile security pre-requisites and products Kevin Koh, VP Data & Analytics, Astro, Malaysia
  20. 20. PATRON SPONSOR: ORGANISED BY: Agenda Thursday 8th October 2015 Morning Streams TELCO GO TO MARKET STRATEGIES ICT SECURITY, BIG DATA & GOVERNANCE 10.00am Panel Discussion: Building a Cloud Future for Telco Services: Identifying the Landscape and Exploring Opportunities - Continuing Business Transformation: What is stopping us and how this can be overcome? - Do we fully understand the cloud and its implementations for Telcos’ business? - Rethinking Telcos legacy systems and sales models - Further cloud transformation and creating next generation IT (DevOps, Self- Service etc) Ashwin Jaiswal, Head - IT Business Consulting & Practice (Telecom, Media & Entertainment), Reliance Communications (confirmed) - Shahar Steiff, AVP - New Technologies, PCCW Global - Rocky Bacani, Head/ VP Services and Platforms Delivery, Smart Communications, Philippines - Andrew Wildblood, Head of APAC, Telstra Global, Singapore Panel Discussion: The Cloud Security Risk: Truth or Simply Fear? -Taking a sensible view of the risk involved in cloud application and service adoption -Examining vendor SLAs and getting a thorough understanding of the adopter’s responsibilities -Identifying potential technical and business threats and building a counter action plan - Murari Kalyanaramani, Head of Information Security, Large Financial Institution, Malaysia (confirmed) -Chin Kiat Chim, CISO, Head of IT Security & Data Protection, DHL Express, Singapore -Atthawit Nowanghan, Chief of Information Security Management Section, Government Savings Bank, Thailand 10.40am Refreshment Break & Networking 11.40am Taking Telco Cloud Services Forward: Building Solutions for Vertical Industries - Are cloud and mobility solutions tailored for specific industries where future ROI lies? - Which sectors within South East Asia show the biggest appetite for cloud and mobility technologies? - Should MNOs’ sales approaches and channels be modified as vertical offerings become part of their enterprise strategy? Afizulazha Abdullah, Chief Business Services & Solutions Officer, Celcom Axiata Berhad, Malaysia How can Telcos Monetise Big Data? - Using AWS services for advanced analytics and looking at the benefits - Examining the downside and pitfalls of AWS for big data analysis - Data Innovations' experience in understanding customers using cloud technologies Andres Montiel, Head, Data 2.0, Globe Telecom, Philippines
  21. 21. PATRON SPONSOR: ORGANISED BY: Agenda Thursday 8th October 2015 Morning Streams TELCO GO TO MARKET STRATEGIES ICT SECURITY, BIG DATA & GOVERNANCE 12.05PM Everything as a Service: Examining the Changing Enterprise Provider Model - Overview of the convergence of mobility, big data, managed services and cloud delivery, and how telecom operators can profit from bundled services - How can telcos nurture cross industry collaboration, and help CIOs drive innovation, to collaborate with product managers to identify new cost saving products? - Partnerships, SLAs and building your value chain: how to get it right Lim Seng Kong, MD, Global Enterprise Business, SingTel Group Enterprise Cloud and Standards: The key to a Successful Cloud Strategy - Why customers and Cloud providers need Standards - The Internet of Everything - why standards will make it work - ISO/IEC and IT Standards - Standards for Privacy in the Cloud. - Standards for Data Security and Protection Mike Mudd, Managing Partner, Asia Policy Partners LLC, Hong Kong (confirmed) 12.30 Telco Tutorials:- Panel Discussion: Are the Days of Pure Play Cloud Providers Over? - Do cloud providers need to reposition as ‘support and managed services’ suppliers to survive the Asian Pacific market? - Enterprise mobility and BYOD solutions, cloud and Communications as a Service: how to bundle and utilise data plans to promote your services? - How to recognise and respond to tomorrow’s customer’s needs Moderator: Nitin Bhat, Partner, Frost & Sullivan - Eric R. Alberto, EVP and Head of Enterprise, and International Carrier Business, PLDT - Arjun Varma, Group Head of Marketing, Indosat, Indonesia - Sunny Tan, AVP Enterprise Business Group – Solutions, StarHub Panel Discussion: Translating Data into Financial Gain - What should you be doing with all your data? - Steps needed to visualise and translate data into profitable insight - Analysing the use of big and small data to target customers - Dr. Keeratpal Singh, Principal Data Scientist, Mimos Berhad, Malaysia - Joseph Toh, Head of Strategy - APAC Information Technology, Credit-Suisse, Singapore - Maya Hari, Director, Product Strategy & Sales of Asia Pacific, Americas & Emerging Markets, Twitter, Singapore
  22. 22. PATRON SPONSOR: ORGANISED BY: Agenda Thursday 8th October 2015 Afternoon Plenary FUTURE REVENUE STREAMS: VALUE CHAIN OPPORTUNITIES 1.15pm Lunch & Networking 2.15pm Market Spotlight: Opportunities Created from the ‘Smarter Philippines’ Initiative - How is the demand for cloud, social, mobile and big data analytics set to grow in the next 5 years? - Identifying and matching the current requirements of communication-reliant and bandwidth-heavy businesses -Responses and positioning by international cloud providers - Examining local providers’ offerings and developing cloud suites Jovy Hernandez, FVP and Head of ALPHA Enterprise, PLDT 2.40pm CompTIA Workshop - Managing Your Customers’ Clouds Even though cloud computing means that many services will be delivered by providers other than you, you still own the customer relationship and, therefore, responsibility for quality. Your organization that used to focus on delivering top quality services itself must now add monitoring, measuring, and managing methodologies to assure that all of your cloud provider partners deliver a uniformly high level of performance while keeping the entire process as transparent to customers as possible. Course participants come away understanding how to carefully manage through the dynamics of this significant organisational shift CompTIA (confirmed) 4.05pm Refreshment Break & Networking
  23. 23. PATRON SPONSOR: ORGANISED BY: Agenda Thursday 8th October 2015 Afternoon Streams FUTURE REVENUE STREAMS: VALUE CHAIN OPPORTUNITIES 4.30pm Analyst Led Round Tables 1. The Internet of Things: Delivering operational efficiency and market differentiation - How is Cloud enabling IoT? - How to ensure privacy for consumers - Enterprise IoT: Measuring the value of smart machines, connected consumer devices and wearables 2. Future Data Centre Management - Discussing new measures to increase operational efficiency and lower infrastructure costs - Assessing efforts to increase data centre efficiency and implement green ICT - What future investment should be made into Software-Defined-Data Centres 5.30pm Close of Cloud South East Asia 2015

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