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Digital is re-imagining the human experience. It is remaking how people live, work, play and connect.  Everything is being rethought, simplified and improved—even things people have taken for granted throughout their lives. Most companies recognise that they cannot turn a blind eye to such a powerful force that is shaping human behaviour. What worked yesterday to attract, engage and retain customers may be fast becoming obsolete. So how can companies develop a customer-relevant digital business when change is the only constant and where best practices are being redefined at warp speed? What is required in the workforce to better compete in an increasingly digital world?

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Date: Thursday, 24 July 2014 
Time: 9am - 5pm
Venue: Orchard Hotel Grand Ballroom


Program at a Glance 

Welcome address
Mr Chak Kong Soon
President, Singapore Computer Society


GOH address
Mr Steve Leonard
Executive Deputy Chairman, Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore 

Keynote Address
"Opportunities in the next 10 years and how it affects skills and development" 
Ms Anika Grant 
Global Head of Talent Architecture Centre of Expertise, Accenture

Keynote Address
"Succeeding in a Disruptive Digital World" 
Mr Mike Saunders 
CEO, DigiLab 

Panel Discussion on "Where is Singapore heading in terms of ICT "Career Capital" - differentiated skills that define and advance careers in ICT?" 


Professional Workshops

Track 1: Innovation 

"The innovative use of data in Singapore" 
Mr Edwin Liok
Principal Consultant, Data Sciences Group, IDA Singapore

"Software-defined data center- Hype or Reality"
Mr Jean Paul Bovaird
Senior Product Marketing Manager, VMware

Track 2: Smart Technologies 

"Moving towards a Smarter Internet" 
Mr Ramesh Venkatraman
Chairperson, IOT, SIAA

"The New World of Identity Management" 
Mr Boopathi RP
Senior Associate, Technology Consulting, PwC Singapore 

End of Session

* The organizer reserves the right to change all programme/ speakers without prior notice.