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Apr 28 2015

Expert Panel: Delivering Tomorrow’s Data Center Workforce - Why Uptime Tiers are Irrelevant if Your Operating Standards Do Not Match

Gildas Deograt Lumy , Founder and President , (ISC)2 Indonesia Chapter Gunawan Santoso, IT Executive – Business Operations, Northstar Group I Nyoman Suyoga, CIO, PT Electronic City Indonesia Martin Ciupa, Regional Sales Director, Green Global Solutions Peni Rahayu, Director, Technology Consulting, PwC Indonesia

A Ferrari will not reach its potential if the driver does not know how to drive or service it; the same applies to a high-tier data center if we can’t operate it optimally. How do leading data centers manage their operational framework, standards, training, drills and maintenance? Understand how we can develop operational excellence and raise the DC workforce skill level and standards in Indonesia.


Critical Environment

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.


App > Cloud

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?


Design + Strategy

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.


Design + Strategy

Expert Panel: Are Your Users the Biggest Security Threat To Your Organisation?

Aat Ruhimat, Country Lead - IT Governance, PT CIMB Securities Indonesia John Ellis, Chief Strategist, Cyber Security (APJ), Akamai Technologies Rahmat Mulyana , Government & Regulatory Advocacy SC1 / Vice President, ISACA Indonesia Chapter Yasser Hadiputra , Chief Editor & Founder, CISO Magazine

2014 was described as The Year of the Breach with high-profile organisations around the world falling victim to cyber criminals. But in fact, negligence of internal users was identified as the main threat to security. How can we align the trinity of technology, policy and management to give a maximum boost to secure our IT infrastructure? How must DC strategy adapt to mitigate risk and future threats?


IT + Networks

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