7 June 2017 CIO Academy Asia held a private luncheon at Tippling Club, together with Nutanix. Sudheesh Nair, President of Nutanix. CIOs had an insightful roundtable discussion and Sudheesh shared his perspectives on the potential applications of cloud capabilities as game changing technologies mature. Teething issues in talent development and stakeholder management were also addressed during this power packed exchange.
12 May 2017 CIO Academy Asia co-hosted the inaugural Rethink Cyber Singapore 2017, together with Team8, Temasek Holdings, Singtel and SGX. This exclusive event was part of a global series that gathers CISOs, CIOs, cyber innovators, policy makers and security officials to explore the rapidly evolving cyber technology arena.
3 May 2017 Government Leadership Forum As part of the CIO Forum 2017, CIO Academy Asia (CIOAA) together with VMware, co-hosted the Government Leadership Forum 2017 on 3 May 2017 at Sofitel Singapore Sentosa. The forum saw more than 25 Government CIOs and IT leaders taking part from all across ASEAN.
A typhoon. An earthquake. A volcano eruption. In the aftermath of a disasters, aid workers often bear the responsibility of saving lives and alleviating the suffering of survivors. But what really, goes on behind-the-scenes? How do relief agencies mobilize their resources in this race against time to deliver life-saving aid to ground zero and how do [...]
The reThink Cybersecurity Israel is an experiential learning trip organised by CIO Academy Asia for CISOs, CIOs and Heads of info-Security in public and private sectors. The objective of the trip is for delegates to network with others on the trip, and connect with leading experts from government, corporations, incubators and universities in Israel. A total of 30 delegates from both private and public agencies from Singapore and the Philippines attended this first-of-its kind study trip.
This article is published by EnterpriseInnovation, March 21st 2017. Ramakrishna Purushotaman was formerly the Director of Industry Development at the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA), where he was responsible for national-level initiatives in developing the vibrant ICT industry in Singapore. He has been involved in the public sector ICT domain for over 30 years, [...]
As the financial sector find new ways today to better serve the customers, one cannot ignore the fact that technology will continue to be the main driver. Quite often, the use of technology to solve a customer’s problem which may not been diagnosed properly, solutions are jumped into quickly without fully understanding the right problem. The ‘doing more with less’ mantra should be used as a guide as we leverage technology to solve customer’s day-to-day ‘right’ problems with simple easy-to-use engagement techniques with the financial institutions.