Thu, 17 Sept|
Webinar: Build a data-first infrastructure. Get the most out of your data storage.
Challenges, business priorities and technologies approach operating in a new normal
Time & Location
17 Sept 2020, 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm HKT
About the Event
Emerge stronger: Build a data-first infrastructure. Get the most out of your data storage.
Data fuels digital transformation, yet not all organizations get the value they need from their data. Next generation digital infrastructure plays a major role to support explosive growth in digital data and applications, and enable organizations to achieve competitive digital differentiation.
- Reduce complexity with container-enabled enterprise storage, deployed seamlessly across on -premises and hybrid cloud storage environments.
- Simplify IT infrastructure with optimized efficiency to drive faster results that are massively scalable
- Maximize storage efficiency, data security and performance with maximum uptime and resiliency while lowering costs.
In our webinar on September 17, expert speakers are going to share practical tips on how to achieve digital success through data storage modernization.
- Building a Next Generation Digital Infrastructure – The Pillar of your Digital Success in a New Normal Era
- Surpass business goals with speed, productivity and agility, all enabled by a secure, persistent storage infrastructure
- Storage Made Simple for Hybrid Multicloud Resilience, Data Protection and Performance
Program and Speakers
Opening Keynote (in English)
Next Generation Digital Infrastructure – The Pillar of your Digital Success in a New Normal Era
Ms. Cynthia Ho, Senior Research Manager, Enterprise Servers Enterprise Server and Data Center Research Group, IDC
Success Case Sharing (in Cantonese)
Mr. Wilson Chan, Senior Sales Specialist, Storage & Software Defined Business Unit, Systems Hardware, IBM Hong Kong
+ End Users from finance/ retail / hospitality
Expert Sharing (in Cantonese)
Storage Made Simple for Hybrid Multicloud Resilience, Data Protection and Performance
Mr. Ronnie Cheung, Senior IT Specialist, Systems Hardware, IBM Hong Kong