ICT Outlook 2012
Thursday, 16 February 2012
08:00am – 09:30am
Hotel InterContinental Sydney
117 Macquarie Street
We are pleased to invite you to the annual Frost & Sullivan ICT Outlook briefing.
Frost & Sullivan will share their views on the likely ICT developments for 2012 with a focus on the roadmap for Enterprise Communications and Collaboration and Communications. Gain an insight on the new trends, potential shifts in business models and how your business can prepare for the year.
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Outlook 2012: The Overall ICT Perspective
Andrew Milroy, VP – ICT Research, Frost & Sullivan
We seem to be at an interesting cusp in the ICT sector where a number of trends like mobility, internet, social networking, cloud, collaboration etc. are dove tailing to potentially restructure the entire industry landscape. This coming together of myriad trends has the potential of creating new business models, either destroying some of the older ones or altering them significantly and creating novel sources of value. This session will cover some of these transformational issues and focus on the implications thereof in the year 2012 for the overall ICT industry.
08:20 - 08:40
Outlook 2012: Enterprise Communications and Collaboration
Audrey William, Research Director - ICT Practice, Frost & Sullivan
The Enterprise Communications and Collaboration segment has witnessed quite a few changes in the last 12 months. Enterprise mobility, social media and cloud based communications are some of the key topics of discussion for IT managers and CIO's. Whilst ROI is a key factor in consideration for some of these technologies, enterprises are looking at ways to enable employees to work and collaborate more efficiently hence driving growth for these technologies. This session will cover the key trends we are witnessing in the Australia Enterprise communications space in 2012.
08:40 - 09:00
Outlook 2012: Communications
Marc Einstein, Industry Manager - ICT Research, Frost & Sullivan
The communications market continues to undergo fundamental changes as the advent of mobile broadband, high speed fixed networks and the increasing ubiquity of mobile devices change the way consumers and businesses are accessing the internet. At the same time, with mobile penetration exceeding 100%, operators are seeking new ways to monetise their customer base. This session will focus on the major changes occurring in the communications market, and the implications for ICT companies
09:00 - 09:15
09:15 - 09:30
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About Your Presenters:
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Andrew Milroy is responsible for Frost & Sullivan's research and advisory services across the region. His recent roles have been focused upon the development of research and consulting activities in Europe, Australia and the Asia Pacific region. He has led research and consulting projects in cloud computing and sustainable IT. He has also developed new BPO research and consulting capabilities at Frost & Sullivan.
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Audrey is often consulted for her strategic advice by leading vendors, system integrators and channel partners for her inputs on go-to-market and channel strategy. Audrey is also often invited to speak at regional seminars, trade conferences and universities. Her views and opinions are also frequently featured in leading trade publications and dailies such as Voice & Data, Computerworld, Reuters, The Australian, MIS Asia, Communications Day, ARN, CRN and Strategic Path.
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Marc Einstein leads a team of analysts covering the mobile and wireless sector in Asia Pacific. Marc's core areas of expertise include WiMAX, 3G networks and applications, market strategy development for low ARPU markets, mobile applications and devices, and emerging markets. He joined Frost & Sullivan in January 2008, and has since successfully expanded the company's wireless sector coverage to several new emerging markets such as Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Pakistan.
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