Mastering digital leadership

Envision, Empower, Execute

March 16 - 17, 2017 • The Mira • Hong Kong

OVERVIEW

MASTERING DIGITAL LEADERSHIP

Envision, Empower, Execute

Envision – A successful digital journey starts with envisioning the future and learning how to create a digital strategy

Empower – Building a digital business requires leaders that empowers multiple parties--from internal business colleagues to external stakeholders—to bring that strategy into reality

Execute – Identify expertizes and orchestrate resources within and outside the business are the keys to bring the digital strategy into reality

Computerworld Hong Kong is pleased to present the CIO Leadership Forum 2017. In its 7th year, the conference will bring together world-class business and technology leaders that demonstrate and share their views on what it takes to drive innovation through strategic leadership.

Audience:
This Summit will gather 200 business  and technology leaders from cross-industry

Key topics to be covered this year:


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AGENDA

Registration & Welcome Coffee

Conference Chairman’s Welcome Remarks

Envision and empower in the digital era

Keynote 1: How Design Thinking empowers innovation for business transformation

Since launching as a frequent flyer programme in 1999, Asia Miles has evolved into one of the region’s leading travel and lifestyle rewards programmes, engaging with more than 9 million members and over 700 partners worldwide.

From the development of lifestyle programme features in entertainment to the design of Asia Miles’ work spaces for staff, Stephen will share how Asia Miles provides innovative offers to members across different markets and deepens engagement by embracing a stakeholder-centric culture through Design Thinking.

Stephen will give an introduction to Design Thinking and share how Asia Miles integrates the problem-solving methodology to deliver its promise of Life Rewarded.

Stephen S. Y. Wong
Chief Executive Officer,
Asia Miles Limited

Keynote 2: Mastering leadership with digital vision

In this session Austin Bryan will explore how large successful incumbent organizations should think about embracing digital capabilities, solutions, tools, architecture and the implications for people, talent, organizational structures and most importantly for leaders. Austin will discuss the need to outline strategic intent, set a clear course for the future and describe what success will look like for: employees, customers and shareholders alike. He will also discuss at length the challenges and opportunities of making choices, providing strategic focus and the extreme value in treating resources and investment as a scarce commodity.

Austin Bryan
Senior Director – Innovation,
CLP Holdings

Keynote 3: Interconnection as the foundation for digital business transformation

As enterprises migrate to digital business models, legacy technology platforms must be re-architected to ensure these enriched business applications permit flexibility, yet remain secure and robust.  What changes are required to support these new objectives, and how do we transition to a digital ecosystem where enterprises can seamlessly interconnect customers, technology providers, partners and employees? Hear from Equinix on how you can combine your business and technology strategies and re-architect your IT platform. Learn how Equinix customers have successfully deployed an Interconnection Oriented Architecture to accelerate their digital journey.

Gareth C. Bridges
Director, Digital Business,
Equinix, Asia Pacific

Morning Break & Networking

Execute and enable the development of digital business

Keynote 4: Digitization at Work – How does a platform approach help new and old companies to innovate into a Lightspeed Enterprise?

Digitization is bringing new disruption to the Old. In this session, Davis will share about how innovative organizations leads the act of change into building a Lightspeed enterprise.

Leveraging a platform approach, organizations can achieve greater agility and time-to-value through single system of actions in and beyond IT.

He will also be sharing successful cases studies and key steps to start the service revolution journey.

Davis Ng
Head of Solutions Consulting, North Asia,
ServiceNow

Keynote 5: Connecting Capabilities: Transform your business to thrive in the digital era

In this session, Sundi Balu will share the building blocks for success in a digitally disrupted world, drawing on Telstra’s latest research in partnership with the Economist Intelligence Unit – Connecting Capabilities – to investigate global digital transformation trends. He will also be sharing successful case studies and recommending first steps for companies to embark on this journey.

Sundi Balu
CIO Global Enterprise & Services and International,
Telstra

Executive Panel Discussion: Partnership makes perfect for innovation

  • Driving innovation internally VS externally
  • Does partnering with startups make sense?
  • Dealing with corporate cultural shock with partners

Moderator:

Alistair Russell
Senior VP, Advisory Services,
CIO Connect

Panelists:

Nick Laqua
Enterprise Architecture Lead,
Cathay Pacific Airways
Peter Bourke
Head of Group Information Systems,
CK Hutchison Holdings
Pedro Eloy
Director of New Media & Information Technology,
Fung Group
Patrick Kirby
Director, Management Consulting,
KPMG
Mark Carr
Chief Architect,
The Hong Kong Jockey Club

Business Networking Lunch

Keynote 6: Securing the digital world: Using traffic network analysis to fend off cyber threats

The threat landscape is rapidly evolving with financially motivated attackers, nation-states, and hacktivists out to disrupt business operations, steal data, or conduct corporate or cyberespionage. A comprehensive approach for data protection needs to have network monitoring and traffic inspection at its core. Network traffic analysis is an essential element of most threat prevention and data protection strategies.

In this presentation, CF Chui will explain why these solutions are a requirement and provide the most critical components necessary to identify and capture attacker movement before critical network resources and servers containing sensitive data are exposed. 

He will also explain how identifying malicious and suspicious network traffic communications can be the key to faster detection and effective response. The last but not least, he will talk about how to rapidly identify the signs of intrusion and shut down malicious activity in the network, including ransomware.

CF Chui
Principal Security Technologist,
Arbor Networks

Keynote 7: What Does the World Want in a Next-Generation ERP?

  • Identity the top reasons why enterprise wants to change ERP
  • Understand the key success factors for changing ERP in the digital era
Billy Lui
Business Solutions Director, North Asia,
Epicor

BLOCKCHAIN 360

Keynote 8: Putting blockchain into reality

Standard Chartered has started different POC projects on blockchain for a couple years across Asia. In this session, Ho will share the company’s views and experiences in commercializing blockchain.  

Alvin Ho
Regional Head of Digitisation & Client Access, Transaction Banking,
Standard Chartered Bank

Executive Debate: Blockchain is the most overrated technology in 2017

Moderator:

Sheila Lam
Editor-in-Chief,
Computerworld Hong Kong

Affirmative Side:

Lionel Louie
Chief Commercial Officer,
CargoSmart Limited
Peter Bullock
Partner,
King & Wood Mallsons
Rogers Chan
Senior Manager of the Risk and Strategy, CEO’s Office,
Securities and Futures Commissions

Negative Side:

Duncan Wong
Vice President, Financial Technologies,
Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute (ASTRI)
Ken Lo
Co-founder and CEO,
ANX International.
Alvin Ho
Regional Head of Digitisation & Client Access, Transaction Banking,
Standard Chartered Bank

Networking Refreshment and End of Day 1 Program

Registration & Welcome Coffee

Conference Chairman’s Welcome Remarks

Talktech@CIO Forum

Format:
6 tables: 6 simultaneous discussions
Each table: 1 moderator to lead the discussion of different topics, 3 guest speakers (rotating between topics)
Three discussion topics: 30 mins each

Talktech@CIO Forum (by invitation)

An interactive exchange to power innovation

Topic: Rebooting business with bimodal IT:

Leo Ng
General Manager - Sales & Marketing,
Fujitsu Hong Kong Limited
Albert Wong
General Manager - Service Delivery,
Fujitsu Hong Kong Limited

Topic: Software-defined IT to empower digital business - Harness the power of DevOps to accelerate software development for digitization:

Patrick Chan
SE Manager - HK & Taiwan,
Nutanix
Paul Serrano
Chief Evangelist, Asia Pacific & Japan,
Nutanix

Topic: CIO - The Enterprise Game Changer:

Greg Wong
Director Analytics, Centre of Excellence BI,
SAP
Charles de Jager
SAP Customer Solutions Management,
SAP Greater China

Morning Break & Networking

Hong Kong CIO Awards 2017

Hong Kong CIO Awards 2017 – Award Presentation Ceremony

In its 6th year, this Award seeks to recognize and celebrate excellence in the CIO role and IT leadership practice in Hong Kong. It aims to raise awareness in the business leadership community of the significance and changing nature of the CIO role.  

2017 CIO Award Winner
Large Enterprise Winner,
-
2017 CIO Award Winner
Medium Enterprise Winner,
-

Panel Discussion: Insights from 2017 CIO Award Winners - What it takes to be a successful CIO in the digital era?

  • How IT leadership changes within the digital era?
  • Balancing innovation, business value and talent development
  • Experience sharing from CIO Award winners

Moderator:

Sheila Lam
Editor-in-Chief,
Computerworld Hong Kong

Panelists:

Alistair Russell
Senior VP, Advisory Services,
CIO Connect
Nick Marsh
Managing Director,
Harvey Nash Executive Search APAC
Suk-wah Kwok
Regional Chief Information Officer – Asia Pacific,
Lockton Companies (Hong Kong) Limited
2017 CIO Award Winner
Large Enterprise Winner,
-
2017 CIO Award Winner
Medium Enterprise Winner,
-

Networking Lunch and End of Event

SPEAKERS

Wolfgang PeckSenior Manager, Monitoring and Testing Global CRE, A major bank in Hong Kong

Ken LoCo-founder and CEO, ANX International.

CF ChuiPrincipal Security Technologist, Arbor Networks

Stephen S. Y. WongChief Executive Officer, Asia Miles Limited

David CheungSenior IT Business Partner, Asia IT, AXA Asia

Nick LaquaEnterprise Architecture Lead, Cathay Pacific Airways

Lionel LouieChief Commercial Officer, CargoSmart Limited

Alistair RussellSenior VP, Advisory Services, CIO Connect

Peter SmithPartner, CIO Connect

Peter BourkeHead of Group Information Systems, CK Hutchison Holdings

Austin BryanSenior Director – Innovation, CLP Holdings

Carol KoDeputy Editor, Computerworld Hong Kong

Sheila LamEditor-in-Chief, Computerworld Hong Kong

Allan TanContent Director, Enterprise Innovation

Billy LuiBusiness Solutions Director, North Asia, Epicor

Gareth C. BridgesDirector, Digital Business, Equinix, Asia Pacific

Leo NgGeneral Manager - Sales & Marketing, Fujitsu Hong Kong Limited

Albert WongGeneral Manager - Service Delivery, Fujitsu Hong Kong Limited

Pedro EloyDirector of New Media & Information Technology, Fung Group

Nick MarshManaging Director, Harvey Nash Executive Search APAC

Duncan WongVice President, Financial Technologies, Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute (ASTRI)

Po Chi WuAdjunct Professor, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Yee Y. YuChief Information Officer, Hung Hing Printing Group

Peter BullockPartner, King & Wood Mallsons

Patrick KirbyDirector, Management Consulting, KPMG

Suk-wah KwokRegional Chief Information Officer – Asia Pacific, Lockton Companies (Hong Kong) Limited

Patrick ChanSE Manager - HK & Taiwan, Nutanix

Paul SerranoChief Evangelist, Asia Pacific & Japan, Nutanix

IB SaravananProduction Director, Questex Asia

Rogers ChanSenior Manager of the Risk and Strategy, CEO’s Office, Securities and Futures Commissions

Greg WongDirector Analytics, Centre of Excellence BI, SAP

Charles de JagerSAP Customer Solutions Management, SAP Greater China

Davis NgHead of Solutions Consulting, North Asia, ServiceNow

Alvin HoRegional Head of Digitisation & Client Access, Transaction Banking, Standard Chartered Bank

Sundi BaluCIO Global Enterprise & Services and International, Telstra

Lewis LiuHead of IT, TESCO International Sourcing

Mark CarrChief Architect, The Hong Kong Jockey Club

2017 CIO Award WinnerLarge Enterprise Winner, -

2017 CIO Award Winner Medium Enterprise Winner, -

Talktech@CIO Forum

Talktech is Computerworld Hong Kong's signature executive discussion event. We are again bringing the mini version of this interactive and engaging conversation back to the CIO Leadership Forum this year. This is a platform for CIOs, IT vendors and industry observers to exchange ideas, insights and inspirations.


Date: March 17, 2017

Time: 9:00 - 11:00AM

Venue: The Mira, Hong Kong



Format:

6 tables: 6 simultaneous discussions
Each table: 1 moderator to lead the discussion of different topics, 3 guest speakers (rotate between topics)
Three discussion topics: 30 mins each


Discussion topicRebooting business with bimodal IT
Balancing the predictability and creativity in IT delivery to drive growth

Speakers:

Albert Wong, General Manager, Service Delivery, Fujitsu Hong Kong Limited
Leo Ng, General Manger, Sales & Marketing, Fujitsu Hong Kong Limited

Synopsis:

The rise of digital disruption is driving higher demand for speed and performance, which many IT leaders find it frustrating to meet with the traditional IT infrastructure. This is the reason why many organizations are also turning towards bimodal IT (see figure underneath).

The practice of bimodal IT is having one team dedicated to keep the lights on by supporting the SOR (systems of records) and maintaining the legacy technologies, and the other team to sets the world on fire with creative new services using IoT, big data and cloud computing to enable SOE (systems of engagement).

But it is easier said than done in many Hong Kong organizations, where the IT teams are already struggling with limited resources.  In this session, we will discuss the value and challenges of adopting bimodal IT in the digital transformation journey. Speakers from Fujitsu will also share their insights and experience on how to manage and balance the investments and priority in the digital landscape.

Questions for roundtable discussion:


Discussion topicCIO - The Enterprise Game Changer

Speakers:

Greg Wong, Director Analytics, Centre of Excellence BI, SAP
Charles de Jager, SAP Customer Solutions Management, SAP Greater China

Synopsis:

“The C-suite is becoming overcrowded with new C-level titles being introduced regularly- Chief Innovation Officer, Chief Privacy Officer, Chief Cloud Officer, Chief Marketing Officer, Chief Social Media Officer, Chief Security Officer, and Chief Risk Officer …, etc. These new roles are often unclear in terms of their objectives, and how they differ from the role of the traditional CIO. As a result, the role of the CIO is being marginalized when the role should, in fact, be elevated.” (Quoted from Wired.com https://www.wired.com/insights/2014/04/new-role-cio-innovator-ever-evolving-business-world/)

In this session, we will discuss the challenges and the top hurdles of CIOs in face of digital transformation. We will explore how IT and business leaders are assessing what works for them, and look out to the challenges and opportunities ahead. The latest technologies are re-shaping the role of CIOs and turning over the business with strategic best practices. CIOs can lead the organization to stay ahead in the digital enterprise.

Questions for roundtable discussion:


 

Discussion topic: Software-defined IT to empower digital business
Harness the power of DevOps to accelerate software development for digitization

Speakers:

Patrick Chan, SE Manager - HK & Taiwan, Nutanix
Paul Serrano, Chief Evangelist, Asia Pacific & Japan, Nutanix

Synopsis:

Building a digital business is about speed—a prompt respond to the ever-changing customers’ needs and speedy development of new services to meet these demands.  Unfortunately, the traditional IT infrastructure and organization structure are holding back many enterprises from achieving these goals.

To modernize IT organizations and accelerate software development, organizations are turning towards DevOps—an IT discipline that brings a closer collaboration between the software developers and system administrators.

In this session, Nutanix will share insights and best practices to unleash the power of DevOps through software-defined IT to empower local enterprises accelerate growth.

Questions for roundtable discussion:


Talktech Speakers

Wolfgang PeckMonitoring and Testing Global CRE, A major bank in Hong Kong

David CheungSenior IT Business Partner, Asia IT, AXA Asia

Leo NgGeneral Manager - Sales & Marketing, Fujitsu Hong Kong Limited

Albert WongGeneral Manager - Service Delivery, Fujitsu Hong Kong Limited

Yee Y. YuChief Information Officer, Hung Hing Printing Group

Patrick ChanSE Manager - HK & Taiwan, Nutanix

Paul SerranoChief Evangelist, Asia Pacific & Japan, Nutanix

Greg WongDirector Analytics, Centre of Excellence BI, SAP

Charles de JagerSAP Customer Solutions Management, SAP Greater China

Lewis LiuHead of IT, TESCO International Sourcing

Moderators

Peter SmithPartner, CIO Connect

Carol KoDeputy Editor, Computerworld Hong Kong

Sheila LamEditor in Chief, Computerworld Hong Kong

Allan TanContent Director, Enterprise Innovation

Po Chi WuAdjunct Professor, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

IB SaravananProduction Director, Questex Asia

Discussion flow

This discussion aims to gather a group of peers to exchange, share and debate the different challenges faced by IT leaders today. There will be no formal presentations conducted at this discussion.

The moderator will then initiate certain questions and occasionally refer specific issues to particular delegates, but please feel free to reply, respond to questions or other delegate’s remarks as and when necessary. Please be considerate to other participants by keeping answers concise and to the point. Also feel free to ask any questions or raise additional points that you feel are valuable to the discussion.

Please note the discussion is intended to be casual, free flowing and open. The guest speaker will make an initial welcome and introduction to the discussion which will highlight some key industry trends and issues.

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Equinix Inc.

Equinix, Inc. (Nasdaq: EQIX) connects the world’s leading businesses to their customers, employees and partners inside the most interconnected data centers. In 40 markets across five continents, Equinix is where companies come together to realize new opportunities and accelerate their business, IT and cloud strategies. In a digital economy where enterprise business models are increasingly interdependent, interconnection is essential to success. Equinix operates the only global interconnection platform, sparking new opportunities that are only possible when companies come together. 

Fujitsu Hong Kong Limited

Fujitsu Hong Kong is a leading ICT solutions and services provider that creates value for customers through one-stop-shop ICT solutions spanning infrastructure, industry applications to cloud and managed services.  With over 50 years of experience and as part of the Fujitsu Group, the company has been leveraging innovation and technology in its flexible response to the unique needs of each customer.   As the hub and gateway for customers exploring business opportunities in and out of China and the Asia Pacific region, Fujitsu Hong Kong is also committed to developing long-term partnership with customers through co-creation approach.  For further information, please visit http://hk.fujitsu.com.

Nutanix

Nutanix delivers solutions to elevate IT to focus on the applications and services that power business. At the heart is the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Platform that natively converges compute, virtualization and storage into a resilient, software-defined solution with rich machine intelligence. The world’s most advanced enterprises rely on Nutanix technology and solutions to power their most demanding workloads at any scale.Learn more at www.nutanix.com or follow up on Twitter @nutanix.

SAP

As the market leader in enterprise application software, SAP is at the center of today’s business and technology revolution. Our innovations enable approximately 300,000 customers worldwide to work together more efficiently and use business insight more effectively.
SAP helps organizations of all sizes and industries overcome the complexities that plague our businesses, our jobs, and our lives. With Run Simple as our operating principle, SAP’s nearly 77,000 employees focus on a singular purpose that inspires us every day: To help the world run better and improve people’s lives.
To learn more, visit http://go.sap.com/index.html.

Telstra

Telstra is a leading telecommunications and technology company. We offer a full range of services and compete in all telecommunications markets in Australia, operating the largest mobile and Wi-Fi networks. Globally, we provide end-to-end solutions including managed network services, global connectivity, cloud, voice, colocation, conferencing and satellite solutions. We have licenses in Asia, Europe and the United States and offer access to more than 2,000 points of presence across the globe. For more information visit www.telstraglobal.com.

ServiceNow Hong Kong

ServiceNow is changing the way people work. With a service‑orientation toward the activities, tasks and processes that make up day‑to‑day work life, we help the modern enterprise operate faster and be more scalable than ever before. Customers use our service model to define, structure and automate the flow of work, removing dependencies on email and spreadsheets to transform the delivery and management of services for the enterprise. ServiceNow enables service management for every department in the enterprise including IT, human resources, facilities, field service and more. We deliver a ‘lights‑out, light‑speed’ experience through our enterprise cloud – built to manage everything as a service. www.servicenow.com.

Arbor Networks

Arbor Networks, the cyber security division of NETSCOUT, helps secure the world’s largest enterprise and service provider networks from DDoS attacks and advanced threats. Arbor is the world’s leading provider of DDoS protection in the enterprise, carrier and mobile market segments, according to Infonetics Research. Arbor’s advanced threat solutions deliver complete network visibility through a combination of packet capture and NetFlow technology, enabling the rapid detection and mitigation of malware and malicious insiders. Arbor also delivers market-leading analytics for dynamic incident response, historical analysis, visualization and forensics. Arbor strives to be a “force multiplier,” making network and security teams the experts.  For more information, please visit www.arbornetworks.com.

Epicor

Epicor Software Corporation drives business growth. We provide flexible, industry-specific software that is designed around the needs of our manufacturing, distribution, retail, and service industry customers. More than 40 years of experience with our customers’ unique business processes and operational requirements is built into every solution—in the cloud, hosted, or on premises. With a deep understanding of your industry, Epicor solutions spur growth while managing complexity. The result is powerful solutions that free your resources so you can grow your business. For more information, connect with Epicor at +852 2563 9930 or visit www.epicor.com.

Telstra

Telstra is a leading telecommunications and technology company. We offer a full range of services and compete in all telecommunications markets in Australia, operating the largest mobile and Wi-Fi networks. Globally, we provide end-to-end solutions including managed network services, global connectivity, cloud, voice, colocation, conferencing and satellite solutions. We have licenses in Asia, Europe and the United States and offer access to more than 2,000 points of presence across the globe. For more information visit www.telstraglobal.com.

Konica Minolta Business Solutions (HK) Ltd.

Konica Minolta Business Solutions (HK) Ltd. is dedicated to provide innovative and comprehensive business solutions including but not limited to digital color solutions, digital document system, knowledge management solutions, network device management utilities, a variety of hardware devices in addition to the IT and business process outsourcing services to cater for the ever-changing and diverse needs of enterprises of all sizes in Hong Kong.

IBM

IBM is a cognitive solutions and cloud platform company headquartered in New York with operations in over 175 countries. The company creates value for clients through integrated solutions and products that leverage: data, information technology, deep expertise in industries and business processes, and a broad ecosystem of partners and alliances. IBM solutions typically create value by enabling new capabilities for clients that transform their businesses and help them engage with their customers and employees in new ways. These solutions draw from an industry leading portfolio of consulting and IT implementation services, cloud and cognitive offerings, and enterprise systems and software; all bolstered by one of the world’s leading research organizations. IBM opened for business in Hong Kong in 1957, and has since played a pivotal role in Hong Kong’s development and transformation. For more information, visit www.ibm.com/hk

Lenovo

Lenovo (HKSE: 992) (ADR: LNVGY) is a $45 billion global Fortune 500 company and a leader in providing innovative consumer, commercial, and enterprise technology. Our portfolio of high-quality, secure products and services covers PCs (including the legendary Think and multimode Yoga brands), workstations, servers, storage, smart TVs and a family of mobile products like smartphones (including the Moto brand), tablets and apps. Join us on LinkedIn, follow us on Facebook or Twitter (@Lenovo) or visit us at www.lenovo.com.

COL

COL, an IT services subsidiary of Wharf T&T, is a leading IT services company in Hong Kong with over 40 years of experience and has been crowned Excellent HR Information System Provider of HR Excellence Awards 2014 by the Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management, the silver award for Best HR Management System and the bronze award for Best Payroll Outsourcing Partner at the HR Vendors of the Year 2016. COL offers a full range of IT infrastructure, application development and implementation services including Business Process Outsourcing (BPO).

With domain expertise in business applications, we deliver the best practice Human Capital Management (HCM) solutions ranging from award-winning HRMS, web-based employee self-service portal to outsourcing services for MNCs, enterprises and SMEs. “Doc:brary" Document Management System is another key application in our HCM product portfolio to securely manage HR related documents including employees P-file, appraisal records, training materials, etc.

COMM-TEC ASIA LIMITED

COMM-TEC is the leading pan-European distribution partner and manufacturer of future-based communication technologies. The headquarter is located in Uhingen Germany (just east of Stuttgart) with other European offices in Spain, Italy, Switzerland with operations in Asia in Hong Kong and Shanghai.

COMM-TEC is the prime contact for architects, consultants, dealers and system integrators. We assist our partners in consultation, planning and realization of their projects, needs and wishes.

Micro Focus

Micro Focus is a global software company with 40 years of experience in delivering and supporting enterprise software solutions that help customers innovate faster with lower risk. By applying proven expertise in software and security, we enable customers to utilize new technology solutions while maximizing the value of their investments in critical IT infrastructure and business applications. As a result, they can build, operate and secure the IT systems that bring together current business logic and applications with emerging technologies—in essence, bridging the old and the new—to meet their increasingly complex business demands. Please visit us at www.microfocus.com.

Towngas Telecom

Towngas Telecom (TGT) is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Hong Kong and China Gas Company Limited. TGT is a carrier-neutral telecommunication service provider and the provider of high-end telecommunication infrastructure and quality network solutions. By integrating reliable and high-speed connectivity with world-class data centres, currently operates two large scale data centres in Hong Kong and five in Mainland. Besides, TGT is able to provide a cloud computing platform of secured privacy and high flexibility to meet growing needs of customers. We strive to enable ICT professionals and their business with reliable cloud infrastructure and competent services that exceed expectations.

Hong Kong uCloudlink Network Technology Limited

uCloudlink is the global leading CloudSIM mobile broadband service and solution provider. Established by 2009 in Hong Kong, uCloudlink offers qualified SIM-free, non-roaming mobile data services across its comprehensive CloudSIM solution – GlocalMe, the 4G mobile broadband devices and service, the CloudSIM PaaS platform and SIM bank and resource hosting.

With the R&D centre in Shenzhen, China, uCloudlink develops its international business across HK, USA, UK and Belgium.  With over 100 million users on uCloudlink PaaS platform, uCloudlink holds its mission to improve the worldwide mobility by CloudSIM technology enhancement and sharing.

Velocity

Velocity is one of Hong Kong's leading data analytics firm and a Qlik Elite Solution provider since 2010. We work with top executives to help them make better decisions - converting those decisions into actions. Velocity has the largest, most experienced Qlik-certified services and support team in Hong Kong delivering more than 150 Qlik implementations.

Wharf T&T eBusiness Limited

Established in January 2007, Wharf T&T eBusiness Limited (WeB), an IT services subsidiary of Wharf T&T, specializes in the provision of online marketing applications such as eMail Marketing, SMS Marketing, Social Media Marketing, Search Engine Marketing, eCoupon, eShop and Mobile App services.

WeB believes that the adoption of online marketing skills and technology is vital for SMEs to promote their products and services in this digital era. Our vision is to provide businesses with cost effective and powerful online marketing services and inspire them to adopt this enabling technology and methodology. WeB’s one-stop online marketing platform, WeB-TOUCH, has won HKICT Award, SMB World Award, PCM Biz IT Excellence Award in 2015, and SMB World Award, e-brand Award in 2016 for its outstanding achievement and long-term commitment to leading innovative, user-friendly, cost-effective as well as environmentally sustainable ICT solutions for Hong Kong business marketing.

Konica Minolta Business Solutions (HK) Ltd.

Konica Minolta Business Solutions (HK) Ltd. is dedicated to provide innovative and comprehensive business solutions including but not limited to digital color solutions, digital document system, knowledge management solutions, network device management utilities, a variety of hardware devices in addition to the IT and business process outsourcing services to cater for the ever-changing and diverse needs of enterprises of all sizes in Hong Kong.

ACCA

ACCA is the apex industry association representing the stakeholders of the cloud computing ecosystem in Asia-Pacific. The ACCA’s mission is to accelerate adoption of cloud computing in Asia by helping create a trusted and compelling market environment and a safe and consistent regulatory environment for cloud computing products and services.
The association works to ensure that the interests of the cloud computing community are effectively represented in the public policy debate. This is done through expert working groups where best practice recommendations and other thought leading outputs are produced. Membership is open to large corporations to small-medium enterprises.

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