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An Event To Remember

Technology Senate 2005, the largest event of its kind for Indian CIOs, was held at Bangkok from September 15 to 18, 2005. It was a grand success and attended by around 400 CIOs of large and medium enterprises.

The CIOs were treated to keynote speeches, round-table conferences, and presentations made on technology and management topics. There were also visits to the theme pavilions to keep abreast of the latest product and solution offerings.

We capture memorable moments of the event in the following pages—and hope to see you there next year.

Before we begin, the following deserve special mention

N P Singh,
Director, Corporate,
Indian Express Group, for his welcome address
Sunil Chandiramani,
Partner, Ernst & Young,
for his keynote address on IT in corporate governance
Andy Rowsell-Jones,
Vice-president and Research Director in Gartner Executive Programmes worldwide research organisation for his keynote address on tailoring IT governance for better enterprise performance
Mark Hollands,
Vice-president, Strategy, Gartner Asia-Pacific, for his keynote address on the use of IT in SMBs
C N Ram,
Head, Information Technology,
HDFC Bank, for his keynote address on leading change management with IT
Alwin Ow,
Senior Director, System Engineering, Asia Pacific & Japan, Symantec, for his presentation on information integrity
Sascha Beyer,
Managing Director, Pointsec Middle East and India, for his presentation on protecting data at rest from a mobile workforce
Russell Julius,
Technical Director, Systimax Solutions, Asia Pacific, for his presentation on 10 Gigabit Ethernet technology
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