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The Future of
April 14, 2016 - Hawaii Convention Center
Learn how digital technology is redefining the way you do business. Guest speakers from leading companies, such as Salesforce, Accenture, Microsoft and more, will discuss how digital technology offers new opportunities for growth and exciting changes to existing business models. They’ll also give helpful tips on how to keep up with these latest advancements, so your business is always at the forefront of technology.
People are the Digital Differentiator
Olof Schybergson Fjord, Design and Innovation from Accenture Interactive
Today’s businesses are being challenged by technology and generational forces that are disrupting business models and putting them at risk of failure. A new generation raised on advanced technologies is bringing a new set of expectations about how they will engage - as both customers and employees. Organizations that can leverage technology, empower their employees and deliver on customers’ expectations will succeed. Those that don’t, risk failure. To compete, companies must become Digital, leveraging technology to engage their customers, simplify their operations and make change a competitive advantage. But getting there can be a challenge.
Creating Value for the Customer in the Digital World
State of Hawaii
Research Director, Office of
the CIO, Gartner
In the old paradigm of e-commerce and e-government the management of the customer could be easily managed by a single enterprise. In the digital transformation context, managing the customer is being consumerized and being handled by multiple entities that deliver and orchestrate digital services. The private and public sector are developing plans to incorporate new technologies to automate and become more responsive to their customers. Each sector faces common obstacles and their own unique issues. One thing is clear, it is important that that they both have a plan. In this panel discussion, you will gain insights in how both the public and private sectors are dealing with this new Digital Age.
Speed is the New Currency of Business
Mike Corr Salesforce
If you are not moving to the new digital solutions fast enough then your competition will. The Cloud and Mobility are driving the pace at which we do business. Businesses moving fast to adopt the advantages of Digital are focused on three areas; 1) how to rewire the business to be able to leverage technology 2) How to leverage the massive amounts of Data that is now available, and 3) How to take advantage of the technology to develop and deliver new products and services. In this session, you will learn how important it is to move fast and innovate in this Digital Age.
Digital Transformation is Driving Business Outcomes
Carl De Groote Cisco
CIOs are scrambling to stay ahead of the changes digitization is triggering in their companies. Advances in mobile, cloud and analytics solutions create new opportunities for automation and to harness technology as a competitive advantage. As an IT professional, it is important to accelerate the pace of IT service delivery, and simplifying cost structures to show business unit leaders what value they're getting for the technologies they've purchased. It’s about being able to define what you’re delivering in the context of the value back to the business. Recommended for Large Business & Government.
Future Ready Enterprise: Are you ready for the Cloud, Big Data, Mobility and Security?
Ben Schreiner Dell
Enterprises today are leveraging solutions to create a more responsive and agile IT environment. The solutions include the speed of IT delivery by automating complex tasks. The automation extends even to business continuity solutions including, failure recovery and back up. To achieve this it isn’t just about installing a tool, it’s a complex process that involves streamlining resources, using data to proactively improving processes, executing organizational change and ensuring continual service improvement. In this session, learn how large enterprises can take advantage of automation to become more flexible and provide a superior customer experience to end-users. Recommended for Large Business & Government.
Not If, But When; Securing Your Business Against the Next Cyber Attack
Stephan Tallant Fortinet
Regardless of whether your business has ever experienced problems with cybersecurity, you should always be on the lookout for ways to make your digital information as secure as possible. Awareness of your company’s online security should be a priority year round. Online attacks can have big implications for business owners whose private information—or that of customers—is compromised. Because you are providing services to the public, your business is responsible for keeping consumers’ sensitive information safe. While bigger companies can more easily outsource this responsibility to a third party, small businesses sometimes don’t have that luxury. In this session, you will learn the latest tips on keeping your information secure. Recommended for Small & Medium Business.
Adopting a Digital First Mindset
David Totten Microsoft
While many businesses have been leveraging digital technology for years, being a digital business isn’t just about using technology, it’s a mindset—an approach—to solving business problems. Your digital strategy is your business strategy. In this session, Microsoft show you how adopting a digital-first mindset will enable your business to respond faster and deliver on the amazing, personal experiences customers now expect. Recommended for Small & Medium Business.
Small & Medium Business – Room 313
Large Business & Government - Room 311
Small & Medium Business - Room 313
Large Business & Government – Room 311
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