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Cloud Asia Forum 2014 Summary
We’d like to thank all are sponsors and partners for supporting the event, keeping the exhibition buzzing and really bringing cloud to life!
The 5th Annual Cloud Asia Forum really highlighted the advancement of Asia’s digital workforce. Enterprise Mobility, the importance of software, app migration and Mobile IT were all discussion points which filled the two conference rooms. However, learning and discussion was not limited to the conference rooms only; Google and Amazon Web Services brought interactive break-out sessions with forward thinking advice on containers and the cloud, mobile apps and gaming, real time analytics and much more.
It was fantastic over the course of the event to hear the obvious enthusiasm for the next stage of innovation being enabled by cloud computing, and complementary technologies. Delving into Big Data, predictive analytics, IOT and of course still imperative questions around public and hybrid cloud adoption, as well as collaboration and communications in the Cloud, Cloud Asia Forum’s case studies and lively panel discussions touched on the full list of key technologies driving businesses’ digital transformation.
Cloud Asia Forum also delivered key take aways from the region’s pioneering telecom operators on the enterprise verticals they are focussing on and how they are now profiting from solutions ranging from IaaS to NaaS. Check out our website for ways in which you can download presentations from the show to gain greater details.
Reviews From Cloud Asia Forum 2014
25th & 26th November 2014
The meetings were good, and the speed networking too, we can meet with our prospects and introduce our company and solutions in a short time. We got several business opportunities at our booth and some interested leads to collaborate in the future.Vision Solutions, Marketing, Hong Kong
Well done on delivering a good conference, great work.Dubai Air Navigation Services, IT Development Manager, UAE
The service by Sofia was meticulous in making sure we met who we wanted to. We picked up plenty of sales leads as well as come contacts for services that we require. The greatest part of being a sponsor was being able to achieve our goals for the event thanks to the teams efforts.Infinite, Sales Director, Singapore
Speed Networking helped. Outstanding experience, Thank you team!PropertyGuru, Co-Founder, Singapore
Good speakers, topics are informative, hit my learning targets.Li Tong Group, CIO, Hong Kong
It is our first time participating in Cloud Forum Asia. I am impressed with the speaker line-up, the rich content, quality of the audience and overall hosting and logistics.” Good Job!EMC, Marketing Head – Cloud Business Asia Pacific & Japan + Service providers
Insight knowledge sharing for Cloud adoption.Siam Commercial Bank,SVP IT Security Policy, Thailand
Well organized and looking forward to downloading the presentations after the event.Product Specialist, HK
I enjoyed the presentation offered by Ben Dorinier, it was quite interesting & impressive. I also liked the presentation of Ian McMaugh.Resource Pro, IT Specialist, China
It has been a great branding and & reach out opportunity to get potential interest in our services. The Introductions were well arranged and I liked the Speed Networking idea, of sitting with prospects casually & yet able to have good conversations. The service provided was great. Thank you!Digital Realty, Sales Director, HK
2014 Keynote Speakers
Don’t miss out on Daniel Lai’s expert insight into how Social, Mobility, Analytics and Cloud Technologies are changing ICT provision and management, during his opening keynote.
Charles Mok, Member, Legislative Council, representing the Information Technology Functional Constituency, Hong Kong
Asia Pacific Enterprise Mobility & Application Landscape
Gain an up to date understanding from Charles Mok of how enterprises and SMEs are using live enterprise mobility applications to better connect with customers, partners and employees.
Upgrading Back-Office Systems & Integrating Employee & Customer Facing Applications
Do you need key lessons in upgrading back-office systems and integrating employee and customer applications? Get to grips with mobile application development and how to calculate ROI from applications during Francis Fung’s presentation.