Registration of Delegates & Light Refreshment
Welcome Remarks by Dato’ Seri Ivan Teh, Organizing Chair and Danny Lee, PIKOM Chairman
Keynote address and Official Opening of PIKOM Leadership Summit
Sponsors Recognition by Mahadhir Aziz, CEO of MDEC
Keynote Speaker 1: Jacob Isaac, Managing Director, Fusionex Group
Topic: Not the New Normal but the New Future – Tech Changing the World
The current global Covid -19 pandemic has been the hottest topic for almost two years now. The impact it has on us individually and businesses has created much disruption and has driven us to face the new normal. Is this a paradigm shift that we are facing? In this session you will hear how it makes sense on the changes we see around us today.
Keynote Speaker II: Alicia Joseph, Regional Director (SEA) Commvault Systems
Topic: Ransom-where? Your Last Line of Defence –
Ever noticed the holes in your back pocket? This could be the case with your security, your ransomware protection and recovery. You have heard about having immutability, or air gap, or data isolation. But having only one or two data protection features do not provide the comprehensive coverage you require. Don’t be caught with your data exposed. How do you secure your data management environment using intelligent data protection, and monitoring capabilities aimed explicitly against malware, including ransomware. Make sure your data is safe, secure, and recovery ready.
Keynote Speaker III: Muhammad Izlan Farid, Systems Engineer, Veeam Malaysia
Topic: Connecting the Dots: Making the most of my Tech Investments
This is an area of concern for many organisations to ensure that technology investments generate the maximum value possible. Cost cutting measures will have to be put in place and ensuring each technology investment drives business value. Expensive technology doesn’t mean that it isn’t providing value to the organization as it may already be optimized because of the value it generates, whereas something inexpensive may be unused and wasted. This keynote will address how to connect the dots in making sure that you are making the most of your tech investments
Keynote Speaker IV: Isabella Kusumawati, Vice President & Managing Director – Southeast Asia, SUSE
Topic: Megatrends that will define 2021 and beyond
Constant changes and adoptions are becoming imperative for the organisation as the businesses and market trends are evolving especially with COVID-19 pandemic disruption. The company is facing hard time to be able to forecasting how the best way for the company should operates, to achieve operations excellence. One of the key challenge in operations excellence is forecast. Forecasts are always difficult, and it became more challenging with the high level of the uncertainty remains. Megatrends will be shaping the business and market landscape and help the organisation to prepare a future business potential.
Panel Session II: Harnessing Human Capital for the Digital Age
This panel will be deliberating on Technology as the enabler and digital talent is responsible for creating new ways of doing things. New roles must be created, and people must be put into the right roles and given KPIs that are tied directly to value creation for an organisation to hit its goal.
Panel Session III: The Role of the CIO in Transformation
CIOs can embrace and drive the digital transformation by providing innovative leadership that uses old skills in a novel way. The design of digital organizations and the implementation of digital technologies are carefully examined designed, organized, and used.
Vision of a Digital Nation by Fabian Bigar, Strategic Change Management Unit, Economic Planning Unit (EPU)
We are now witnessing the birth of a new digital age. What we used to think was difficult or impossible to be done – we have done so in a shortest period of time. The digital economy is disrupting the way of interaction within value chains, creating fresh spaces for competition and novel ecosystems. We need to be farsighted as possible to set a clear Vision of a Digital Nation.
Closing & Lucky Draw