Chief Operation Architect,
Chairman & CEO,
Vice President, International ,
Chief Architect ,
Jason Wang ,
Senior Vice President ,
GDS Services Ltd
Stephen Worn ,
CTO and Managing Director, NAM,
Board member and CEO,
1) What are the challenges and opportunities for CxOs in making digital transformation succeed?
The role of the CxO is definitely changing. How exactly it is changing depends on the organization but we know that in general the CxO is now being asked to become an enabler and a strategic builder of bridges in a digital transformation economy. What are the new challenges in the areas of security, capacity and analytics that will put additional stress on data centers in the growth of IoT and big data? How can the response speed of the IT department be improved while creating business value? Understand how to push IT infrastructure beyond the centralized enterprise data center to multiple, distributed interconnection hubs (“edge nodes”) in the digital society.
2) Private vs Public vs Hybrid vs Multi-Cloud: How will CxOs map their IT strategy to manage the challenges of digital transformation and find the optimal strategy for their sustainable business development?
How do you realise the ‘art of the possible’ to get the most out of what’s available whilst managing risk and the impact on IT and the wider business? How do you truly drive innovation and digital transformation for your business? What is the right cloud strategy for your business? Understand how to select the right cloud for the right application, and manage these environments simply and securely. Prepare to better embrace multiple cloud and non-cloud IT environments in order to accelerate your digital business and succeed in a multi-cloud world.
3) The future of globalization for Unicorns: How to deploy IT strategy and deliver IT services to support your business development globally
What are the IT challenges that you may face during globalization ? How can you solve the data sovereignty problem and optimize customer experience from an IT perspective