Date: 2nd April 2020 Time: 8.00am – 5.00pm Venue : Connexion Conference & Event Centre, Kuala Lumpur
Dear IASA members, the Malaysia Cloud & Datacenter Convention 2020 (#MYCDC2020) will gather over 1,000+ selected senior IT professionals, and expert speakers covering the latest developments in Cloud and Datacenter.
Grab the complementary pass (worth USD995) and opportunity to be in the premier Cloud and Datacenter Convention series in Asia-Pacific. Be among industry thought-leaders driving the future of Cloud and Datacenter.
Malaysia is a burgeoning player in the international Cloud Computing and Datacenter market. Thus far, Singapore and South Korea have been the go-to cloud hubs in the region. This pole position is not only being challenged by Malaysia, but its potential as a secondary market, is fast-gaining traction among major industry players. This aspect though conservative, enables companies to hedge their assets, using Malaysia as a platform to enhance business continuity, and provide a key disaster recovery location. Its proximity to the mature cloud markets allows for a nimble movement of resources. Playing a critical role to the entire APAC Cloud Computing infrastructure, growth in Malaysia’s Cloud industry reinforces the processing capabilities of the region.
Quite apart from how currently Malaysia exists in the current ecosystem of Cloud Computing, is its own remarkable demand within the country. Keeping in step with global trends, Malaysian consumers, and all levels of B2B transactions are adopting cloud-based services as the industry-standard. The landscape of manufacturing, logistics, e-commerce, and big data analytics services are looking closely at how Cloud Computing can ease the scaling-up process. Additionally, the explosive growth of OTT both globally, and within the region, is wholly reliant on the stability of Cloud Computing technologies. Cybersecurity is a fundamental pillar securing this stability within the Cloud Computing landscape. The ever-increasing numbers of young consumers requiring immense levels of data constantly for commonplace activities, (such as watching movies, cashless payments, gaming, uploading photos and videos) is a clear signal that Cloud Computing is sealing its place as a leading field. With Cybersecurity as a key component in ensuring the success of Industry 4.0 and new Cloud Service delivery models, the question of a resilient defence becomes paramount.
AIG, Great Eastern Insurance, Hitachi Sunway, Genting, Astro, RHB Investment, NTT Communications, Help University, APU, TM One, Affin Bank Berhad, BP, Poh Kong, Bank Negar Malaysia, Royal Bank of Canada, Redtone International, Alliance Bank, Celcom Axiata Berhad, KPMG, JP Morgan Chase Bank, Mydin, Microsoft, Guardian Health and Beauty Sdn Bhd, Sime Darby Industrial, AmGeneral Insurance, SEA Group, IBM, Facebook, Apple, Garena, The Star, Prudential, Maxis, Bank Islam, HSBC, Samsung Asia, Standard Chartered, Huawei, Ambank, Petronas, Earnt & Young, BIMB Investment, Felda Prodata Systems, YTL Broadband, Ipay88, Alibaba, MDEC, FELCRA, Maybank, BLL Ventures, Telecom Malaysia, KLCC Holdings Sdn Bhd and many more