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Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], October 21 (ANI / BusinessWire India): The virtual event will begin on Tuesday, October 26, at 11:30 am local time (PDT October 25, 8:30 pm) and will be held in Boston in the afternoon local time. It will end at 1:30. Wednesday, October 27th. Regional sessions will be held in the local language by all open group offices around the world, including Shanghai, Mumbai, London, São Paulo, San Francisco, Tokyo, Johannesburg and Boston.
On this occasion, India’s Open Group invites Indian engineers, regulators, chief architects, thought leaders and policy makers to a virtual event in India scheduled for Tuesday, October 26th. The event session will cover a variety of future technology topics, including the adoption of Zero Trust Technology and Society 5.0’s Agile Governance. Here, Japan is leading the world. The design of the digital government of the future will be deliberated by expert panelists of the International Telecommunication Union (United Nations expert body), including the importance of measuring carbon dioxide emissions against the role of standards in the data economy.
“With a lineup of experts and sort leaders from multiple countries, India Virtual Events covers contemporary topics that are highly relevant in today’s digital age. Sessions include India, Japan, New Zealand, Ireland, Serbia, Bringing experience and insight from Taiwan. The presence of the International Telecommunication Union provides a global perspective focused on sustainable development formed by open standards and best practices, “said Open Group (India). General Manager Dr. Pallab Saha said.
In addition, Tuesday’s presentation will focus on the work of key speakers at the event. Steve Nan, CEO of Open Group, James de Reve, Vice President of Open Group. Pallab Saha, The Open Group IndiaStuart Macgregor, CEO, Open Group South Africa and Real IRM Solutions, Roberto Severo, Country Manager, The Open Group BrazilAndras Szakal, CTO, The Open Group, Hiroki Habuka, Deputy Director of Global Digital Governance Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) Hanieskander, Senior Coordinator of Digital Services (BDT / DGS) International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Regine Deleuw, General Manager (Digital Architecture), Auckland Transport, New Zealand Government Patrick Kelly, Product Leader, Chevron Kartik Ravel, Fujitsu Dr. Senior Director of Digital Transformation Services. Vijay Karna, Senior Director of Chief Architect, CapgeminiSreekanth Iyer, Executive Architect, Hybrid Cloud Transformation Services, IBM Holland Global Forum on Cyber Expertise (GFCE) Advisory Board members are moving to a data and digital economy Discuss how the use of standards throughout the data life cycle will be strategically essential to accelerate.
Running Standards: TOGAF, Open FAIRTM, Open Agile ArchitectureTM-On Tuesday, Angle Finance Chief Information Officer Peter Haviland will discuss the hits and mistakes of the last 15 years that have contributed to and used the Open Group standard.
Product integrity and global supply chain security-On Wednesday, NASASEWP Program Director Joanne Woytek announced key elements of supply chain risk management for the acquisition of IT solutions by the U.S. government that could be applied to similar global market acquisition activities. Provides an overview.
Data-Driven Approach to Environmental Footprints and Sustainability: How Open Footprints Affect GHG Adjustments-At Various Regional Sessions, a Panel of Experts from the Open Footprint Trade Forum (OFP) challenges And discuss why businesses are essential to further address the current gap. Give an overview of global and local challenges and what OFP is aiming to address.
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