11 September 2017 IASA Malaysia Chapter is proud to be the Supporting Organisation of Digital Leadership Conference. About the Event Build a Skill set required of a leader in the digital era. Understand how to run a business to adapt to the latest tech challenges and opportunities Discover strategies today that ensure efficiency, productivity and
MALAYSIA VISION 2020 2 November 2017 | Seri Pacific Hotel, Kuala Lumpur
Preparing for IoT - What Architects and Developers need to know for real world projects by Barry O'Reilly Beyond the hype curves and estimating the numbers of devices in the future, real world IoT projects are steadily providing results for customers all over the world. This session aims to give an overview of what Business
We just added this NEW ITARC discussing Transformations in IT architecture at the wonderful 1 Wimpole Street in London. Some of our topics are to transforming engineering, architects as business and government leaders, basic building blocks of the digital age, and agility in the cloud era. Speakers confirmed are Tibi Covaci, Barry O’Reilly, Paddy Baxter
Technical Disaster Response presented by Lewis Curtis While not well known, during times of man-made and natural disasters Microsoft provides a reactive technical response capabilities to communities during their time of need. In the last 5 years, MSDR has completed over 154 missions in over 30 countries with over 400 employees to help agencies reduce
Innovate is a Verb by Scott Andersen The thing is, innovation has changed. What once was the purview of large companies with R&D budgets can now be found on web site. The opportunity for innovators to reach out and stretch their innovation dreams to the very edges of the art of the possible lies at our
People Change in Digital Transformation by Andy Ruth Most agree that business capability requires people, process, and technology. Digital transformation requires change across all three. Technology is the most fun and easiest to adopt and adapt. Process is next, easy enough to change but not nearly as fun as technology. Last and hardest is people change.
Guiding Your Digital Transformation by Jim Wilt Digital Transformation is real. Transformations are when bleeding edge technologies and practices transform into mainstream. This discussion is coming from a base of experience in transformations and their uniqueness. It will be pragmatic and tied to a true north in strategic change management.
by Brian Loomis Brian Loomis is an enterprise architect, providing leadership and hands-on consulting experience to a wide variety of customers in multiple industry segments, centered around understanding business value in the context of organizational goals, building team-centric organizations, and aligning innovative technology. He directly advises CIO’s, CFO’s and senior IT staff at both Fortune
by Brice Ominski IT architects need to support the business. Following architectures and frameworks by themselves has led to many failures. The reason is that the architect and the relationships with stakeholders are the focal point for the delivery of new enterprise capabilities. Digital transformation exists at the nexus of Business and IT. However, the