As competition increases, businesses are looking for every last benefit they can eke out to stand in good stead compared to their competitors. It’s a situation that has been exacerbated by the last few years.
Digital transformations aren’t only made in the IT sector, but across entire businesses. “For the first time in a long time, since dot-com one, we’ve found a situation where the line of business and the C-level are directly involved in the organisational change,” says Mario Thomas, global senior executive coach and trainer at AWS.
Digital transformation is the key to achieving business objectives, improving efficiency and generating greater performance. But how do you bring that change to bear across your organisation?
Key considerations we’ll cover:
- Why cloud-based infrastructure is the key to long-term success
- Why digital transformation still needs to be high on the agenda
- Leading your business through digital transformation
- Optimising the cloud for efficiency and performance
To optimise cloud environments, businesses need to master this complexity.
—Greg Adams, regional director at UK&I for Dynatrace
About the Leaders
Head of AI Center of Excellence at Intel
Monica Livingston leads AI and Graphics technical enablement at Intel Corporation driving implementation and deployment of AI solutions for end customers, as well enabling workloads for data center graphics. She has previously held roles in large account management, field applications engineering, and hardware design. She is passionate about tech, accessible STEM education, and career development.
Managing Director , Communication Service Providers EMEA Intel Corporation
Robert Prince is Managing Director of Intel’s Communication Service Provider Business in the EMEA region. He joined Intel in 1997 and has held a wide variety of sales and marketing leadership positions during that time supporting both start-up businesses and large transformational businesses. He has a BSc in Information Technology.