Karnataka continues to lead technology landscape globally with Bengaluru brimming with creativity and ingenuity and is the epicenter of innovation. The Karnataka Tech Summit (KTS) is an initiativeto offer a platform for open, contemporary peer-to-peer knowledge-sharing focused on delivering real change and driving growth in the current circumstances.
Having an edge from Channel Connect from CXO TV, the KTS satiates the regional goals as the platform where in regional CIOs/ITDMs and Tech Providers can come together to deliberate on the next phase of digitalization and digital transformation.
Held in an online format, the summit will convene industry experts, technology and solution providers and other stakeholders from Bengaluru and Karnataka to deliberate over the theme: Unleashing Next Phase of Digital Transformation.
At a time of uncertainty for many industries and, indeed, the world itself, we gather together to ask a simple question: Where to next?
Principal Director, CISO & IT Controller, Larsen & Toubro Infotech
Founder Techplus Media
Group CIO, Safexpress
CTO, Virescent Infrastructure
CIO, Allied Blenders & Distillers
Head IT (Group) & Digital Health, Andhra Pradesh MedTech Zone
Partner and National Leader, Client & Markets (Trust and Transformation), Grant Thornton Bharat
Group CIO, Jeena & Company
VP & Head, Analytics (Financial Market Operations), Standard Chartered Bank
Head, IT, LuLu Group India
CISO, CSB Bank
|Welcome Note -- Anuj Singhal, Managing Director, Techplus Media
Tech Leadership in 2022 & Beyond
Giant Leap in the Next Phase of Digitalization
Beyond Digital Transformation: Re-igniting Innovations in IT
Unlocking the Business Value with Digital Transformation
Convergence of Edge, AI and Cloud with Hybrid Data Clouds
As the number of edge devices are growing exponentially across multiple industry verticals, the need for localized intelligence at the edge and the immediacy of analytics on the cloud become even more important. This is bringing the three dimensions of Edge, Machine Learning and Cloud much closer. In order to support such an architecture, enterprises need to adopt data management platforms that support Hybrid Data Clouds that enable handling and executing different types of analytical workloads across edge, on-premises and public cloud environments seamlessly. Attend this session to deep dive into the need for such convergence, the benefits and the strategy to address it.
Kapil Mahajan, Group CIO, Safexpress
Kushal Varshney, CTO, Virescent Infrastructure
Farhan Khan, CIO, Allied Blenders & Distillers
Manish Kishore, Head IT (Group) & Digital Health, Andhra Pradesh MedTech Zone
Jaspreet Singh, Partner and National Leader, Client & Markets (Trust and Transformation), Grant Thornton Bharat
Comparing the Big 3: AWS vs Azure vs Google Cloud
Role of Intelligent Data in Multi-Cloud & Hybrid World
Intelligent data helps businesses efficiently handle the complex challenges of dispersed and fragmented data to truly innovate with their data on any platform, any cloud, multi-cloud and multi-hybrid. The panel discussion seeks to explore insights into how organizations are traversing the journey to building comprehensive, cloud-native, AI-powered or end-to-end data management platforms in order to meet the new normal of Cloud-First and Multi-Cloud.
Meheriar Patel, Group CIO, Jeena & Company (Panelist cum Moderator)
Ashok Cherian, CIO, Page Industries
Vidhya Veeraraghavan, VP & Head, Analytics (Financial Market Operations), Standard Chartered Bank
Sayed Peerzade, EVP and Chief Cloud Officer, Yotta Infrastructure Solutions
Anil Menon, Head, IT, LuLu Group India
Applying AI and Analytics to Complex Health Settings
For the healthcare industry, AI-enabled solutions can provide immediate returns through cost reduction, help with new product development, and lead to better consumer engagement. However, radically interoperable data is central to the promise of more consumer-focused, prevention-oriented care, and analytics is critical to using the vast data that will be generated by ubiquitous sources. As AI has already become embedded into analytics and is likely to become even more so in the future, this panel will explore how healthcare organizations can scale up their AI investments by pairing with a robust analytics and data governance strategy.
Neeraj Lal, COO, Apollo Hospitals
Dhruv Rastogi, VP & Head of Data Science, IKS Health
Ashish Pandey, CIO & CDTO, GSK Consumer Healthcare India
Atanu Bhowmik, CTO, DK Biopharma
Dr. Tavpritesh Sethi, Founding Head, Center of Excellence in Healthcare, IIIT-Delhi
V Srinivasa Rao, Chairman & MD, BT & BT
Unlocking Strengths with Digitalization to Realize Ambitious Economic Goals
Steps to the Future: India's Digital Roadmap for Infinite Possibilities