Welcome to another edition of Ecosystm Analyst Newsletter
Here is your monthly round-up of the latest and greatest from the Ecosystm world
Ecosystm is proud to be the Thought Leadership Partner for this year’s Singapore FinTech Festival – the biggest FinTech event in the world providing a global platform for the FinTech community to connect, collaborate and co-create. We’re excited to be a part of this industry-leading event; bringing Global Leaders to participate in High Impact Roundtables within the SFF, and publishing research with a focus on greater inclusion, sustainability, and exponential technologies.
Audrey William‘s article ‘Life after the landline’ was featured on Dynamic Business. This article presents Audrey’s views on how technology, combined with new ways of working, will impact the workforce of the future.
Another Article by Audrey on ‘Overcoming the ethical challenges of artificial intelligence’ where she looks at the 7 important questions that need to be answered before embarking on an AI system deployment was featured in iStart.
EcosystmTV – TiE Singapore – Candid Conversations with Puneet Pushkarna
The most recent edition of TiE Singapore’s Candid Conversations series witnessed an insightful discussion between the Chairman of TiE Singapore Puneet Pushkarna and Amit Gupta. The session covered personal experiences and insights from Puneet’s role as an entrepreneur and investor.
Tim Sheedy‘s latest article, ‘Does your workforce need to fear automation? Yes and No’ was published in Frontier Enterprise. Tim discusses the challenges and opportunities related to AI-driven automation for the future of the workforce.
Tim also spoke to Computer Weekly and shared his thoughts on the recent acquisition of security firm Carbon Black and PaaS provider Pivotal by the enterprise software giant VMware.
Tim Sheedy, moderated an event hosted by McAfee involving key industry leaders from the Financial Services sector in Singapore. The discussion was focused on how the shift to digital is forcing a change in approach to cybersecurity and governance.
Here are some of the snapshots from the event.
Ecosystm in partnership with HPE and JOS facilitated an event on how organisations are leveraging Everything-as-a-Service (XaaS) to transform business and technology strategies.
The discussions were centred around Hybrid IT models, managing privacy and security, migration strategies and changing the cost dynamics.
Thanks to Tim Sheedy for participating and moderating the session.
Singapore FinTech Festival
As a precursor to the SFF – the largest Financial Technology event in the world – we are pleased to host an event on behalf of Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) bringing FinTech, Banks, Industry & Government Leaders from across Singapore, New Zealand and ASEAN to Wellington on 17th September 2019
The New Wave of Technology – A Paradigm Shift for Enterprises, Vendors, and Channels
The new wave of technology requires organisations to wrestle with complexity at multiple levels. This also offers a wealth of opportunity to tech vendors and their channel partners, though it comes with its own set of challenges. This report by Shekhar Agrawal covers analysis, reasoning and recommendations that will guide all the 3 stakeholders on how to negotiate the journey forward.
This month we have published the following blogs and special thanks to Vernon Turner, Tim Sheedy, Sash Mukherjee, Craig Baty and Alex Woerndle for your valuable insights and support.
- Ecosystm Snapshot: Apple betting big on Intel modem business
- VendorSphere: AI Gets Real – Ramco’s Vision Is To Make Your Systems Work For You
- InsureTech: Transforming the Insurance Industry
- Why are we still at a loss with IoT?
- Importance of a Data-Driven CX for a Personalised Experience
- What technologies are enabling digital transformation?
- Conversations: Cloud, Innovation and Security
- 5 Misconceptions about Artificial Intelligence
- Industrial applications of drones
With your assistance, we have been able to expand our online presence and have added 300+ followers on our LinkedIn platform this month. We thank you for your contribution and support on driving these efforts!
That’s it for this month folks.
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