Are you interested in improving your knowledge on digitisation? Do you want to learn more about cybersecurity? The much-awaited CIO Confluence 2016 is the place to be! The Banks Chief Information Officers Forum in partnership with Pencil Works Ltd. has organised its second consecutive CIO Confluence under the theme ‘The Unseen Digital Future’ on 15 September at the Cinnamon Grand, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
This year’s conference offers CIOs the opportunity to engage with internationally acclaimed industry experts who will share their ideas and insights on how the CIO can truly add value to their organisations. The keynote address of this year’s conference will be delivered by Michael Tchong from Las Vegas, United States. Tchong is the founder of ubercool INNOVATION, and a motivational speaker who has riveted audiences worldwide with inspirational insights into innovations, trends, social media and technology.
Industry giants such as Oracle, Millennium IT, EMC, Microsoft, Novus, Intellect and BPC have come together to make this year’s conference a success. The involvement of these industry specialists will make the sessions more interactive and colourful.
Three interactive and customised sessions dedicated to CIOs will run alongside the larger session. The multiple sessions focus on Innovation, Social and Analytics, Cloud and Security. The CIO Confluence 2016 offers CIOs the opportunity to engage with internationally acclaimed industry experts who will share their ideas and insights on how the CIO can truly add value to organisations today more than ever before.
Digitisation has revolutionised the way the world works and the way it is perceived. It has changed the rules of the competition and have rewritten the practices and approaches towards it. The digital world will continue to change how we see the world and act within it. This creates problems for business to converge themselves to be relevant in this ever changing world. Organisations are fast recognising the need to adopt robust technologies in order to stay ahead and as such the role of the CIO is becoming increasingly important.
Along with digitisation comes the need to be secure. As much as digital media offers people and organisations to connect freely and conveniently with each other, it is important to understand the security impediments that come along with the ease of access.
Visit the Confluence 2016 website at www.thecioconfluence.lk, launched on 10 August by Luxman Perera, Chairman of the Banks CIO Forum. The interactive website provides potential participants with all the details of the conference, its guest speakers and the future potential you have in investing in this conference.