First 15-20 minutes is for networking Light Breakfast included
Hosted by the Information & Communication Technology Committee As previously isolated objects are connected to the internet, there is vast potential for commercial innovation across a broad range of industries. Thanks to powerful technology trends – including the continued increase in processing power, storage, and bandwidth; the rapid growth of cloud, social media, and mobile computing; and the ability to analyze Big Data and turn it into actionable information – it is possible to realize ever more value from internet connectivity. Cisco estimates that there is $14.4 trillion of value at stake globally as people, processes, data and things are brought together in intelligent networks, or, as it's been termed, the Internet of Everything (IoE).
China's share of this value could be up to $1.8 trillion or 12 percent of the global total. To capitalize on the potential value on offer, business and government leaders in Hong Kong should consider a number of key aspects: • The five business drivers: innovation, customer experience, supply chain and logistics, asset utilization, and employee productivity • Important lessons from the use cases that constitute the lion's share of the value at stake This presentation will help you to understand how to capture your share of the value represented by IoE. Outline: • An introduction to the Internet of Everything • IoE's creation of $14.4 trillion of value for companies and industries • China's share of the value at stake • The 5 drivers underpinning IoE's potential • Real-world use cases highlighting the impact and potential of IoE • How to begin capturing your share of the value on offer
The American Chamber of Commerce in HK 1904 Bank of America Tower 12 Harcourt Road Central, Hong Kong