GITEX.Virtual

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From physical to digital – GITEX is happy to welcome you to its engaging webinar series covering breakthrough conversations with renowned minds and world leaders.  

Grab your coffee and join us online as we unravel the insights to navigate our strange new world. GITEX Tech Week can’t wait to welcome you to the live event in Dubai on 6-10 Dec 2020

 

Webinar Series

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EPISODE 3

The global public cloud services market is set to grow at 17% in 2020 to a total of USD 266.4 billion, as per Gartner.

Approximately 20 billion ‘connected things’ are generating colossal amounts of data that need to be collated, analysed, stored and retrieved in an instant.
All in all, the demand for data centres will be pushed exponentially in the coming few years, especially as remote working remains an ongoing trend worldwide.
In the era of rapid digital adoption and data generation in over-drive, how can you keep your IT infrastructure ahead of the curve and agile enough to pivot?
A powerful panel of experts from Lenovo, Microsoft and Digital14 deliver the insights in GITEX.virtual’s new webinar.

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EPISODE 1

Our super-successful first webinar brought together 5G powerhouses from around the world to debunk all the rumours surrounding the tech and offer incredible insights on the 5G race in today’s context:

Here are some of the key takeaways:

• How South Korea became one of the most advanced 5G nations in the world today
• What are the early mover advantages for both nations and enterprises
• 5G innovations in healthcare for quicker and more efficient responses
• Major steps that enterprises and operators need to take to speed up 5G rollout
• What does the future of global connectivity look like

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EPISODE 2

Second webinar wrapped up – and we got some great insights on AI’s role in our world’s recovery. Microsoft, HPE, NHS, Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, Group 42 and China’s Healthcare Information Management Systems Society (HIMMS) offered their perspectives.

Here are some of the key takeaways:

• AI’s two biggest value-adds in healthcare will be “automating and augmenting” processes
• AI will play an essential role in delivering vaccines
• The UAE has been quick off the mark in its COVID-19 recovery
• China’s use of AI was critical in tracking and reducing COVID-19 cases
• Telehealth solutions are beginning to gain traction amid the pandemic
• Intelligent cross-border information sharing will be essential in reducing cases

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