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Investing in a Business Outcomes-Driven Digital Infrastructure

IDC Infrastructure

IDC’s research shows that 80% of decision makers worldwide recognize that digital infrastructure is important or mission critical to enabling the achievement of business goals. IT infrastructure of an enterprise is a significant asset that is being designed, deployed, and developed throughout the life cycle of the organization itself. For a large companies, modernization of IT infrastructure is among other things a risk of making not the most optimal decisions, both in terms of budget, scope of work and complexity of the transformation project, as well as preserving the functionality of information systems without the involvement of additional IT workforce.

Making the right decisions about where to invest in digital infrastructure modernization and integration will fundamentally impact an organization’s ability to execute its digital business agenda and save nerves, time, and money.

Key topics

Together with CIOs, IT infrastructure Directors, Innovation Managers, CTOs, CDOs, COOs, CISOs, IDC analysts and experts from leading technology companies operating at the IT market in Kazakhstan, we will discuss:

Analytics and Forecast

What is around the corner for the IT Infrastructure market in 2023?

Business and Investments

How are business and IT changes reshaping IT infrastructure investments and operations strategies? What are key challenges and strategies to overcome them? Lessons learned from 2022.

What factors CIOs and IT Infrastructure directors are concerned about when making purchasing decisions in the current macroeconomic environment? What factors impact infrastructure choice and purchasing?

Technologies for Accelerating Innovative Development

What digital infrastructure technologies to consider to speed digital business innovation and data-driven insights while creating more resiliency across the organization?

AI, ML, IoT, SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, HPC

How will artificial intelligence, machine learning, high-performance computing, and software-defined IT impact critical digital infrastructure?

What type of IT infrastructure (server, storage, and networking) companies deploy and plan to deploy in support of IoT projects?

Technologies for Remote Monitoring and Support

How are smarter technologies supporting remote monitoring and operational efficiency of IT infrastructure?

IT Architecture, Operations, Business Planning

What is future-proof approach to digital infrastructure architecture, operations, and business planning?

Problem of legacy systems in IT infrastructure

Security

Security and cyber resilience of digital data

Business Sustainability

Support of digital infrastructure sustainability goals

Linking IT to overall ESG/sustainability strategy

How to ensure energy efficiency of IT infrastructure?

Business drivers and policies that are required to build a more sustainable digital infrastructure and IT equipment environment

What investments are being made to improve IT infrastructure efficiency and drive sustainability initiatives? Finding points of possible optimization

Speakers

Andrew Beklemishev

Vice President, IDC

Mikhail Lebedev

Program Manager, IDC

Malik Islamov

Country Manager, Yandex Cloud CIS

Artur Bolotov

Infrastructure Solutions Manager, Dell Technologies

Rasim Bakhshi

Head of Infrastructure Solutions Group, Lenovo CIS

Vladislav Kubrikov

СТО, First Credit Bureau

Alexander Prokhorov

Sales Director, Denodo CIS

Assem Nurgaliyeva

CEO, Kazpost Digital

Oxana Timofeyeva

Director of Information Digital Business Solutions, EFES Kazakhstan

Rubina Lozovaya

Vice President Data Management, CDO, Chief Retail Risk Officer, Bank CenterCredit

Renat Tukanov

Chief Technology Officer, Freedom Holding Corp.

Ruslan Abdikalikov

Chairman of the Information Security Council, Ministry of Digital Development, Innovations and Aerospace Industry of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Vsevolod Shabad

Independent expert CCSP, CISSP, AWS Certified Solutions Architect

Aida Darmenova

Head of the project, Unified Data Storage of the Almaty city

Baurzhan Kankin

CEO, Tech Garden

Yerlan Minavar

Deputy Chairman of the Board for Strategic Development and Innovation, Transtelecom

Pavel Koktyshev

Managing Partner and Co-Founder, MOST Ventures, CEO, Affiliate Centers of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Irina Kharitonova

Director of Creative Tourism Department, Kazakh Tourism

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Agenda

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Thursday March 30, 2023

Location: InterContinental Almaty, Ballroom

9:30

Registration. Welcome coffee. Expo. 1-2-1 meetings

  • Networking
  • Expo
10:30

IDC Welcome Address

10:45

Future Forecast for External Changes

11:00

The Profile of a Cloud-Ready Company in Kazakhstan

11:15

Optimized Hyperconverged Systems for New and Traditional Workloads. Simplicity. Flexibility. Scaling

11:30

Answers to the Challenges of the New IT Reality

11:40

Coffee Break, 1-2-1 Meetings, Expo, Networking

  • Networking
  • Expo

Session "Modern infrastructure for working with data in the company"

12:10

Data Processing Center of First Credit Bureau How we combined the main data center and the backup

12:25

Panel Discussion "Modern Infrastructure for Working with Data in the Company"

13:20

Networking lunch (restaurant "Asian Cafe"), 1-2-1 Meetings, Expo

  • Expo
  • Networking

Session "Security and Cyber Resilience of Digital Infrastructure"

14:20

Ensuring the security and resilience of digital infrastructure in an expanding perimeter

14:35

Eyes Wide Shut - A Risk-Based Approach to Cloud Migration

14:50

Factors Influencing the Choice and Purchase of IT Infrastructure Solutions: Customer's Perspective

15:05

Coffee Break, 1-2-1 Meetings, Expo, Networking

  • Networking
  • Expo

Session "Technologies for Accelerating Innovative Development"

15:35

Formation of a New Ecosystem of Tech Garden x IT Industry

15:55

Implementation of Corporate Innovations: Experience and Cases

16:10

Synergy between IT Infrastructure and Venture Capital: Stimulating Innovation and Prospects for Technological Trends

16:25

How AI is Affecting Contemporary Art

16:40

Wrap Up

17:00

Networking cocktail (restaurant «Belvedere», 10 этаж)

  • Networking

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InterContinental Almaty

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