The Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2016 - Hosted by the ICT Committee

Bertrand Bidaud, Managing Vice President, Gartner Technology

Venue : Stamford American Auditorium (AmCham Office, 1 Scotts Rd, #23-03 Shaw Centre)

Date : June 03, 2016

Time : 7:45 AM - 9:00 AM

Price : $0.00

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Strategic technology trends have the most potential to drive significant enterprise impact over the next three years — and IT cannot afford to ignore them.

Bertrand will present Gartner’s annual list of the top 10 trends you should be reviewing and factoring into your strategic planning.

- Which trends will drive the greatest disruption to the IT landscape over the next three years?
- What critical technologies must be explored to support the move to digital business?
- How are these trends and technologies evolving and what actions must be taken today?

About the Speaker

Bertrand Bidaud
Managing Vice President
Gartner Technology

Bertrand Bidaud is Managing Vice President in Gartner Technology and Service Provider Research. He is in charge of the Communications Service Providers business strategies team in the communications group. He has led several research initiatives in the field of telco strategies and convergence between telecommunications media and IT. Mr. Bidaud manages a team of analysts covering the telco industry future, the telecom service provider's strategies, and operational aspects of the business, including the OSS, BSS, IMS/SDP and IT for telcos. In addition, he is a frequent speaker at Gartner events, as well as international forums and in the media (BBC, CNBC and others).

Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Bidaud worked for the telecom practice of Coopers & Lybrand in France, initially from the Paris office, and then in Indonesia, where he was in charge of business development. He carried out several strategic studies in Europe (project manager for the European Commission: "The Role of Satellites in the Information Age") and in Asia (business plans of several Asian telcos). He worked for nearly two years as advisor to Malaysia in the development of the Multimedia Super Corridor project, in charge of telecom/Internet policies, regulatory issues and technical evaluation.

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