Technologies for Digital Transformation – Cloud and the Internet of Things (IoT)
Digital Transformation is now the new norm for businesses to be in competition. Transforming into a digital organization requires fundamentally changing how you do business and embrace technologies. Cloud and IoT (Internet of Things) are driving the digital transformation of businesses. The cost of these technologies has fallen so dramatically in recent years that, virtually any aspect of our business environment — natural systems, human systems and physical objects can connect and interact digitally. This increased connectivity is going to change the way we communicate and do business.
As a professional, it is a top priority to understand, implement and leverage these technologies and transform digitally – individually and as a business.
Donald Sheppard introduces you to the emerging technologies of this Digital Transformation Cloud, IoT and Blockchain Technologies. You will be excited to hear the recent advancements, real life examples and case studies. The challenges that these technologies will pose to the project management process and how to embrace the rapid change and continuous integration will definitely trigger your imagination and manage the next generation business systems.
Don Sheppard is an independent consultant and writer based in Toronto, Ontario.
Don has been an information and communications technology engineer, manager and consultant for more than thirty-five years.
He is currently President/owner of ConCon Management Services. Don’s experience is varied – it includes infrastructure planning, IT procurement, technology assessment, project management and training.
Don has authored numerous whitepapers, has developed and presented courses and seminars and has co-written a book. Currently, Don is an active blogger on emerging technologies for IT World Canada. Don is also known for his long-term involvement in developing ISO standards for open systems interconnection, banking and, currently, cloud computing.
This event will be held on April 1st 2017 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the University of Toronto, 252 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1V6.
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