Global Conference reflects regional maturity
One of the most anticpated areas of GITEX Technology Week this year will be the GITEX Global Conference programme entitled ‘Defining the value of IT in a challenging economy.’
One of the most anticpated areas of GITEX Technology Week this year will be the GITEX Global Conference programme entitled ‘Defining the value of IT in a challenging economy.'
Expanded to include an impressive 40 tracks, the conference will outline key trends and offer industry insights from leading professionals such as Dell, du, Dubai Bank, Etisalat, Forrester, Gartner, Google, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Royal Bank of Scotland and Symantec.
New for this year, the GITEX Global Conference includes the ‘Leaders in Industry Breakfast Briefings' specifically for high level executives, with speakers including Ahmad Almulla, Vice President, IT, DUBAL and Bobby Cameron, Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research.
The conference has been expanded to feature leading international speakers and personalities who will engage GITEX Technology Week visitors with new intelligence and information so they can more effectively manage business during unprecedented market conditions.
Speakers include: Dr. Raymond Khoury, Principal, Booz & Company; Stephen Murdoch, Vice President, Solutions and Services, EMEA, Dell; Faizal Eledath, CIO, Dubai Bank; Fadi Hindi, Head of Strategic IT Planning & Enterprise Architecture, Dubai Customs; Ahmad Almulla, Vice President, IT, DUBAL; Emad Khatib, CIO, Emcredit; Bobby Cameron, Vice President, Principle Analyst, Forrester Middle East; Katja Ruud, Research Director and Agenda Manager, Gartner Research; Husni Khuffash, Google's Country Business Development Manager for the UAE, Lower Gulf and Levant; Sandy Carter, Vice President, IBM Software Group Worldwide Channels for IBM Corporation; Anton Delsink, Developer Tools Specialist, Microsoft, and Ahmed Magdy, Shared Resources Presales Manager, Public Sector, Oracle MEA and many more.