For many years, IDC has been bringing together top CIOs and other decision-makers in the region to share their perspectives, under the guidance of IDC analysts, industry leaders, and inspiring thinkers and speakers. The variety of formats allow you to learn, share, and inspire others. Join us to discuss the most pressing business and technology issues.
Slightly more than one-half of the organizations represented at the IDC CIO Forum in Prague on April 27, 2017 have already embarked on formal digital transformation (DX) efforts. We face increased Spending on DX-related technologies such as big data and analytics, private cloud technologies, and mobile applications is increasing across the board.
A huge thank you to everyone who was part of the IDC CIO Forum Prague 2017 story event, where we experienced an intense day of storytelling and networking together. We strongly believe that the executive community shaped on April 27 will evolve into a valued dialogue platform for future digital trends and challenges.
Enjoy and digest the summary of proceedings that we have prepared for you.
South East Europe
covers a geographical region of more than 10 countries, including Bulgaria,
Croatia, Hungary, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia.
Since 1936 – long before IBM competitors entered local markets – IBM’s advanced technologies and know-how have been supporting SEE countries' innovation, instilling digital intelligence into systems and processes that paved region’s progress – from e-government, financial and tax systems, education, healthcare, commerce and through automotive, transportation, smarter cities.
Through its network of more than 400 business partners, IBM's advanced technologies and know-how support the most important economic processes and industries in the region, such as banking, public sector, telecommunications, manufacturing to name just a few. In an industry characterized by a constant change, IBM's business model in South East Europe is based on innovation, reinvention and shift to cognitive business.
Společnost Dell EMC, součást skupiny Dell Technologies, umožňuje organizacím modernizovat, automatizovat a transformovat svá datová centra díky špičkovým konvergovaným infrastrukturám, serverům, úložištím a technologiím pro ochranu dat. Tím podnikům poskytuje důvěryhodný základ pro transformaci IT prostřednictvím hybridních cloudů a přeměnu celého systému podnikání tvorbou nativních cloudových aplikací a big data řešení. Dell EMC poskytuje služby zákazníkům ze 180 zemí – včetně 98 % společností z žebříčku Fortune 500 – a nabízí nejucelenější a nejinovativnější portfolio na trhu zahrnující vše od hraničních sítí přes základní systémy až po cloud.
HP is a global company that creates new possibilities for technology to have a meaningful impact on people, businesses, governments, and society. With a broad technology portfolio spanning imaging and printing, personal systems, servers, storage, software, networking, services, and IT infrastructure, HP delivers solutions for the most complex challenges facing customers in every region of the world.
Red Hat is the world's leading provider of open source software solutions, using a community-powered approach to reliable and high-performing cloud, Linux, middleware, storage and virtualization technologies. Red Hat also offers award-winning support, training, and consulting services. As the connective hub in a global network of enterprises, partners, and open source communities, Red Hat helps create relevant, innovative technologies that liberate resources for growth and prepare customers for the future of IT. Learn more at www.redhat.com.
CA Technologies helps customers succeed in a future where every business—from apparel to energy—is being rewritten by software. From planning to development to management to security, at CA we create software that fuels transformation for companies in the application economy. With CA software at the center of their IT strategy, organizations can leverage the technology that changes the way we live—from the data center to the mobile device. Our software and solutions help our customers thrive in the new application economy by delivering the means to deploy monitor and secure their applications and infrastructure.
Last year we brainstormed about how to embrace the digital forces that are reshaping industry and disrupting old models,
including Internet of Things, Big Data, Cloud, Mobility, and who is best placed to wrestle with the Minotaur –
the Chief Information Officer, Innovation Officer, or Digital Officer. Watch our 3 minute executive cut and get a glimpse.
Mobility, Big Data, cloud, and social technologies have changed every aspect of the way customers are interacting, relating to their brands, and expecting their digital and physical lives to interact seamlessly as one. The focus on customer experience has already started disrupting traditional business models, and, with the advent of the next IoT generation, this disruption will continue to impact retailers, manufacturers, banking, healthcare, and government services.
The site on which the Czech National Bank now stands was, after King Wenceslas I founded the Old Town in 1230, located outside the town walls, between the two main entrances to the town: “Havelská brána” (St. Gall´s Gate – now the site of Můstek metro station) and “Odraná brána” (St. Ambrose´s Gate – roughly where the Powder Tower stands today). Despite the location of a square with a hay market in this area, the locality retained its rustic, edge-of-town character, adjacent to the town walls.