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Panel to discuss ICT challenges in Singapore

ZDNet is hosting a live event on July 4 where panelists will discuss how today's business landscape, driven by IT consumerization and mobility, has changed the ICT environment for companies in Singapore.

Employees today access corporate data and applications via their personal devices, with some adopting cloud services such as DropBox, Evernote, and AWS to carry out work tasks--without the knowledge of their IT staff.

What does this mean for the ICT environment in Asian businesses today? And how has this vast spread of corporate data, across cloud services and personal devices, complicated a company's ability to collect and analyze data to extract intelligence? 

Where do government regulations and policies factor in a company's ICT decision? What is the key differentiator that can push Singapore organizations from a "good" market player, to a "great" market innovator?

These are just some of the key business issues panelists, comprising CXOs and industry observers, at ZDNet's TechBizz event in Singapore will be debating. To be held on July 4, in front of an audience at Marriott Hotel and streamed live via the Web, the panel discussion will look at what's really driving ICT environments in Singapore and the rest of Asia.

If you're an IT decision maker for your organization and are keen to attend the live event, register your interest with us. Seats are limited so send in your details soon. 

TechBizz SG: What's really driving your ICT environment?
Date: July 4, 2013 (Thursday)
Time: 10am to 12pm
Venue: Marriott Hotel, Ballroom 1 & 2

We'll also be providing more details nearer the date with directions on how you can watch the discussion live online as well as pose questions to the panel. So watch this space and on Twitter #zdtechbizz.

This event is part of ZDNet's exclusive TechBizz series, kicking off in Singapore on July 4, before heading to Sydney on July 17 , and Mumbai on August 7 .

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