|8:00am - 8:30am||Registration - arrival tea and coffee|
|8:40am - 8:50am||
Opening Address and Welcome
Iggy Pintado, Managing Director, IDC Australia & New Zealand
|8:50am - 9:20am||
A CIO's Transformation Playbook - Opportunities, Best Practices & Tactics | Joseph Pucciarelli, Group Vice President & IT Executive Advisor, IDC USAAs the reality and inevitability of new digital operating strategies and the related disruptive technologies continues to become clearer – the critical question is, “What do we do about them?” Our keynote session, created for CIOs and senior IT executives, highlights how IT organizations are responding by detailing operational tactics for: IT transformation (ITX), DevOps, Data Strategies, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and the associated Digital Use cases.
|9:20am - 9:50am||
Fireside Chat: Technology-Led Enablement for a Trusted Future
- Peter Lawther, CTO, Fujitsu
- Stuart Long, CTO, HPE
- Iggy Pintado, Managing Director, IDC ANZ
|9:50am - 10:20am||Case studies in data fusion and AI-enhanced analytics | Deepinder Singh Uppal, Vice President Technology and Innovation Public Sector, Information Builders + Former Assistant Division Director, Chief Innovations Officer and Chief Data Steward, Michigan State Police
Deepinder Singh Uppal was an assistant division director, chief innovations officer and chief data steward for the Michigan State Police. In this role, he conceptualised, co-designed and led project teams to implement the first hybrid environment for the police’s large-scale data integration initiative. At this year’s Sydney CIO Summit, Deepinder will present compelling use cases around how organisations across multiple vertical markets are using data fusion (integrating multiple data sources) and AI-enhanced analytics to achieve their strategic goals.
|10:20am - 10:50am||
Morning Tea & Networking
|Meeting the skills crisis head-on: A case study | Anthony Shaw, Group Director of Innovation and Talent Development at Dimension Data, an NTT company
|11:05am - 11:35am||Women in IT Panel Discussion: Breaking down barriers and changing perspectives
- Ursula Phillips, Group CIO, Real Pet Food Company
- Roisin Parkes, CTO, Director, Gumtree Australia & eBay Classifieds Group
- Hilda Clune, Tech and Transformation Leader, PwC Global
- Julie Canepa, CIO, Cisco
- Sheridan Ware, CIO & CTO, Charter Hall
- Eliza Dawes, Head of Marketing, GitHub
Despite many businesses attracting and retaining more women, a massive gender gap still exists - particularly in the IT industry, where female CIOs represent only 10 per cent of the IT workforce across Australia.
No doubt, it’s an uphill battle the industry faces in trying to approach gender parity. Understandably, any meaningful change is recognisably slow in the making.
But there are success stories and positive moves on the horizon. In that vein, and for the first time at this year’s CIO Summit in Melbourne, we’re assembling a cast of successful female leaders to reveal insights and personal stories of challenges and triumphs in climbing the corporate IT ladder.
This 30-minute interactive panel discussion will delve into how the industry can tackle the ongoing gender diversity challenge; how to better celebrate the role women play in the industry; and how women can buck the trend and take a more prominent place in the traditionally male-dominated IT industry.
The panel will delve into: Why the gender gap? How can women overcome imposter syndrome? How can IT be better sold to young women? How the industry can better foster diversity and make a real difference? How leadership and mentoring are key to inspiring the next generation?
|11:35am - 11:50am||Closing the DX Gap with Integration: ROI, Revenue & Results from Real Customers | David Irecki, Director, Solutions Consulting – APJ, Dell Boomi
|11:50am - 12:05pm||Simplifying Complexity To Unlock Innovation | David Eglin, Sales Engineer Lead, Google Chrome Enterprise
|12:05pm - 12:35pm||
Digital IT Maturity Matrix
Nicola Dorling,Chief Digital Officer, Cardno & CIO Executive Council Advisory Board Chair
|12:35pm - 12.50pm||Defining Automation and its consequences | Govind Sandhu, Co-Founder & COO, AntWorks
|12:50pm - 1:50pm||
Lunch & Networking
|2:05pm - 3:35pm||
Interactive Streams | During this time the conference audience will be split into two streams & attendees will have the opportunity to participate in either the Executive Networking Roundtables (Stream One) OR Main Plenary Discussion (Stream Two).
|3:35pm - 4:05pm||Afternoon Tea & Networking|
|4:05pm - 4:20pm||TED Style Talk | Peter Hughes, Regional Vice President - Australia, RingCentral|
|4:20pm - 4:50pm||It all Started with an Email
Michael Connory, CEO, Security in Depth
A review and demonstration on how and why 81% of worldwide data breaches begin with a simple email. Michael will be demonstrating an actual cyber-attack utilising an email to start the chain of Cyber incidents as well as providing information how hacking groups such as APT10 target organisations around the world – and successfully hacked IBM, HP and SAP.
|4:50pm - 5:20pm||Closing remarks & prize draws|
|5:20pm - 6:30pm||Networking Drinks | Proudly Sponsored by AntWorks|