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Apr 28 2015

Advancing Your Compliance Framework to Meet the Demands on Data Centers in Tomorrow’s Regulatory Environment

Djoko Agung Harijadi, Expert Staff to Minister, Ministry of Communication and Information Technology

PP82/2012 has effectively spurred the data center industry in Indonesia to move ahead in terms of standards and supply. But what changes are on the horizon? Examine today’s regulatory environment and the future direction of the authority to understand how enterprises can advance their compliance framework and meet tomorrow's requirements. What are the implications of data sovereignty in Indonesia and how will this affect your DC strategy in the long-run?


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  • Advancing Your Compliance Framework to Meet the Demands on Data Centers in Tomorrow’s Regulatory Environment

Case Study: Tapping on Outsourcing to Meet Capacity Constraints

Alvin Siagian, Director, PT Cyber CSF

With greater demands to meet regulatory standards and growing capacity needs, end users are looking to data center and cloud providers for solutions to address their requirements. Whilst outsourcing was once considered risky, more and more companies are also recognizing that its overarching benefits in cost savings and efficiencies. Learn how outsourcing can enhance capacity management, and how to set the right parameters with your partner to ensure that objectives are aligned and goals are met.


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  • Case Study: Tapping on Outsourcing to Meet Capacity Constraints

Expert Panel: Speaking the Language of the CIO - Making Data Matter for Your Organization

Alva Erwin, CEO, Akon Teknologi Erison Oktavian, CIO, PT Media Nusantara Citra Ismail Awab, COO, Jabetto Joanito Iwan Tamsil, IS&T; Director, PT. Emporium Indonesia Ni Nyoman Trisnasari , CIO, PT AXA Services Indonesia

Data is King! It has pushed aside the talk about applications and is now the WORD of CIOs! The explosion of data has made managing, leveraging, integrating, storing and assessing data evermore critical for organizations to stay ahead of competition. IoT, Cloud, Big Data, Mobility, the list goes on. Let our power panel share their perspective on the future of data on IT strategy and competitive advantage.


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Expert Panel: Know Your Position Before Your Investment Decision – Build, Buy, Colocate or Cloud?

Adrian McPaul, Regional Critical Facilities Management - Head Asia, Citibank Djarot Subiantoro , Co-founder, DCI Indonesia Dwi Kurniawan, Director - Information System Strategy and Development, Indonesia Financial Services Authority James Rix, Principal Consultant, i3 Solutions Group Sumit Puri , VP, Regional Operations and IT, Prudential Life Assurance

Beyond dollars and cents, many factors come into play when strategizing your IT infrastructure. Our expert panel shares their approach to deciding future data center strategy. What are the key considerations around managing finance, risk, governance and future data growth? To buy, build or lease – how do you ensure you make the best choice? And when faced with the challenge of migrating your data back to Indonesia, what options are available?


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Case Study: Employing Hybrid IT Strategy to Address Challenges in IT Demand, Regulations and Resources addressed through Hybrid IT Strategy

Judi Achmadi, CEO, TelkomSigma

With capital gain being taxable in Indonesia, organizations are looking into outsourcing to reduce their CapEx. A Hybrid IT strategy brings about enhanced efficiencies and scalability, reduced internal resource demands and faster deployment; and this is done via colocation, cloud-based applications and managed services by a single data center provider. In this case study, understand can we maximise outsourcing benefits via partnership with a data center provider.


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  • Case Study: Employing Hybrid IT Strategy to Address Challenges in IT Demand, Regulations and Resources addressed through Hybrid IT Strategy

Case Study: How Can IT Leaders Employ Enterprise Architecture for an Effective Implementation of IT Governance?

Richardus Eko Indrajit, Chairman, APITKOM Indonesia

IT leaders rely on IT governance to make critical decisions; it is an effective tool that directs and controls the enterprise’s use of IT. Effective implementation allows IT to be responsive to business needs in an integrated and structured manner. How can enterprise architecture play a significant role in this process? Learn from Eko Indrajit who was instrumental in helping corporations to achieve successful implementation of IT governance.


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  • Case Study: How Can IT Leaders Employ Enterprise Architecture for an Effective Implementation of IT Governance?

Expert Panel: Embracing the Digital Economy – Technology as Your Business Enabler

Adrian McPaul, Regional Critical Facilities Management - Head Asia, Citibank Ford Lumban Gaol , Vice Chairman - Indonesia section for International and Professional Activities, IEEE James Rix, Principal Consultant, i3 Solutions Group Wong Ka Vin, Managing Director, 1-Net Singapore Pte Ltd Yongki Rachmat Santoso , Chief Corporate Technology, PT Paramount Enterprise International

Technology clearly enables digitization and improvement – particularly mobility, business analytics, cloud, and data warehousing. But technology is evolving faster than organizations can successfully integrate it. What are the technology trends with the most promise for the data center industry? How will they improve businesses? What are the pitfalls? How can we strategize effectively for a timely adoption? Uncover these issues and determine the implications for your long-term DC strategy.


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