The 8th Cloud Tech Forum 2017 by Questex Asia and Computerworld HK

  • Date: September 22, 2017
  • Venue: The Mira, TST, Hong Kong
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How is Cloud Technology Progressing

As per a recent estimate, by 2020, the revenue for cloud service providers is estimated to exceed $55 billion as more and more large corporations and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the region are moving their mission-critical computing into public cloud platforms.

This increased integration of cloud technology is helping the enterprises reduce IT costs, redeploy savings into innovation, achieve resource-optimization, business efficiency, and invest in big-data analysis for rolling out new solutions.

But the following challenges which include latency, TCO, cybersecurity and handling legacy infrastructure still linger on.

  • What should organisations do to design a cost effective hyperconverged system?
  • How does digital transformation impact cloud computing and IT infrastructure needs?
  • How will enterprise cloud strategies be disrupted with AI, IoT and machine learning?   
  • Using DevOps to transform organisations
  • What are the contingency and exit planning CIOs should exercise in?

In today’s fast moving digital transformation, organisations need to get up to speed with new business applications to address these complex issues.

Cloud Tech Forum 2017

Computerworld Hong Kong’s Cloud Tech Forum brings together 20+ regional cloud technology experts and solutions providers to help your enterprises tide over these challenges and to bring back practical insights from the panel discussions and case studies, running this 22 September 2017.

Key Topics Covered

  • Hyperconvergence Systems for Sustainable Productivity
  • Digital Transformation & Enterprise Cloud Appetite
  • Resilient Cloud-Native Architecture with Containers and Microservices
  • Cloud’s Agility and Speed to Market with DevOps  
  • Internet Of Things & Edge and Fog Computing
  • Ownership Challenges in Cloud Data Breaches 
  • Holistic Coverage for Cloud Security Assets across Multiple Platforms