Driving growth and innovation through cloud technology
A complimentary Webinar Series brought to you by ITWeb and AWS
Public and private sectors across the globe are looking for cost-effective digital solutions. With digital transformation, they are turning to cloud technology and the possibilities it can open up for them.
AWS, together with ITWeb, is presenting a series of events focusing on the adoption of leading trends in cloud technology. During this series of events, we will explore the innovations, global competitiveness, process enhancements and cost savings that cloud technology can present. We will also explore some of the barriers inhibiting the adoption of cloud technology.
ITWeb and AWS have also launched a Cloud Survey, which will focus on how cloud technologies can drive growth and innovation in South Africa.
Join us for an individual session or register for all five and gain insights and best practice advice on how to enhance and secure your business processes by employing AWS cloud technologies.
Each session will focus on a specific aspect of AWS Cloud Technologies.
Register for session(s) which are most applicable to you!
- Learn how cloud technology is changing the public and private sector landscape in South Africa;
- Find out how cloud can facilitate the implementation of emerging technologies and lead to innovative solutions;
- Explore how cloud technology can enhance security, procurement and workforce management;
- Understand the role of public and private sector collaboration in the driving of innovation;
- Learn how the public can inform the formation of public sector policies that are progressive receptive to their needs through open engagement; and
- How to upskill and train your workforce in order to effectively future-proof them for the jobs of the future.
Each session will focus on a specific aspect of cloud technologies - choose the session(s) most applicable to you or attend all five!
Register for your complimentary slot today!
Who should attend?
This event is aimed at IT decision-makers in the public and private sector involved in cloud computing, namely:
- Application(s) architect/administrator/system manager/support manager
- Business analyst
- Chief information officers (CIOs)
- Chief executive officers (CEOs)
- Chief technology officers (CTOs)
- Enterprise architect
- General manager (GM): IT
- General manager (GM): IT infrastructure architect
- General manager (GM): IT services
- IT infrastructure architect/manager
- IT operations manager
- Group CIO
- Group IT manager/director/executive
- Head (of) IT
- Head (of) IT infrastructure/architecture/operations
- IT director/manager/operations/specialist/designer
- ICT manager
- Information architect
- Information security analyst/officer/architect/specialist
- Infrastructure manager/consultant/architect/specialist
- IT security manager/officer/specialist
- IT strategy/support/systems/architect
- Project manager / data centre infrastructure
- Solutions architect/manager
- System(s) analyst/architect/designer/engineer/controller
- Cloud solution architect
- Cloud portfolio manager
- Network manager/architect/engineer
- Development teams, engineers, architects, system administrators, and developers
- Data scientists
- Public sector practitioners
- Public sector executives
- City managers
- Public sector executive committee members
Companies from across all industries, such as:
- Banks and financial services companies
- Government and parastatals
- IT and telecommunications
- Software development
- Logistics companies
- Retail and leisure
- Pharmaceutical and healthcare
- Academic institutions
For 14 years, Amazon Web Services has been the world’s most comprehensive and broadly adopted cloud platform. AWS offers over 175 fully featured services for compute, storage, databases, networking, analytics, robotics, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), mobile, security, hybrid, virtual and augmented reality (VR and AR), media, and application development, deployment, and management from 77 Availability Zones (AZs) within 24 geographic regions, with announced plans for nine more Availability Zones and three more AWS Regions in Indonesia, Japan, and Spain. Millions of customers—including the fastest-growing startups, largest enterprises, and leading government agencies—trust AWS to power their infrastructure, become more agile, and lower costs. To learn more about AWS, visit aws.amazon.com