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Henry Yan

Senior Research Manager

Henry Yan is senior research manager for IDC Government Insights. He is responsible for China government and Smart City strategies, providing intelligence for technology providers and governments covering Cloud, Big Data, AI, Security, IoT technology consulting projects and industry market insights. Prior to joining Government Insights, Henry worked as IDC IT Services and Industry Cloud research manager, where he has accumulated rich knowledge of TOGAF, EA, SOA, Cloud Technology Architecture, ITIL, and others. He is also a speaker for cloud, government, and Smart City marketing events and forums.

Before joining IDC, Henry was senior solution manager in Lenovo for seven years, responsible for product design, architecture design, project management, and business development, especially in IT managed services, cloud services, datacenter operations, where he has gathered IT project experience for different industries, especially in government, finance, healthcare, and manufacturing.

Henry graduated from China Agricultural University Honors Program and received his master's degree from Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

Huawei demonstrated a strong momentum in its first and truly global Safe City Summit, with tested solution and customer testimonials, transformational expertise, and thought leadership.

Apr 2018 - IDC Link - Doc # lcCHC43723218

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