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Talks on Digital-First World at 8th Annual ‘Mauritius CIO Summit’

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Talks on Digital-First World at 8th Annual 'Mauritius CIO Summit'

International Data Corporation (IDC) this week hosted the 8th edition of its annual IDC Mauritius CIO Summit at Le Meridien Ile Maurice.

More than 170 of the country’s influential ICT decision makers were reportedly in attendance at the event on August 24 to hear a series of expert speakers address the overarching theme of ‘Accelerating Your Journey to a Digital-First World’.

The annual IDC Mauritius CIO Summit 2022 was reportedly the place for discussions about cutting-edge tech solutions, emerging use cases, and proven strategies for driving success.

This year’s installment was opened by Jyoti Lalchandani, IDC’s group vice president and regional managing director for the Middle East, Turkey, and Africa.

Presenting the event’s keynote, ‘Reimagining Tech Strategies for a Digital-First World’, he urged organizations to respond to the unprecedented uncertainty of the last few years by embracing a digital-first approach to building resilience into their operations. 

“The journey to the future digital enterprise has accelerated, driven by significant investments in new customer experiences, new digital ecosystem business models, digital supply chains, and Future of Work initiatives,” said Lalchandani.

“All of this must be supported by resilient cloud-enabled digital infrastructure and applications, rapid app development, digital platforms, data-driven and AI-enabled intelligence, and security and trust. Strong leadership, an appetite for innovation, and a sound strategy for addressing regulations will all be key to driving the future digital agenda.” 

Original article at idc.com

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