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About the Annual ICT Manager’s Congress

The annual ICT Manager’s Congress is the leading networking forum on the calendar for ICT professionals and Industry to meet and share the latest knowledge, ideas and best practices from across a range of sectors and applications. The event is particularly relevant for ICT professionals seeking to enhance their continuous professional development training as it deals with current cutting edge development sin technology, technology application, and management. The knowledge gained at this event is sufficient to earn the required CPD points 0f 100 for the year.

Each year we have a select group of highly qualified and experienced resource personnel that lead discussions on the pertinent issues affecting ICT and the workplace. We also incorporate industry speakers who give an account of the latest available technologies from their domains.

Improvements from 2017 Event:

  1. 1.Intake from attendee feedback from 2017 event
  2. 2.Reduction and consolidation of topics to enhance deeper discussions. There will be 8 topical themes.
  3. 3.Enhanced interactive sessions
  4. 4.Increased use of audio-visual aids and technology
  5. 5.Increased participation from ICT Industry with latest technology, demos and practicals

DAY 1 – Monday 23thApril 2018

09.00-10.30

Registrations, ICT Demos and Exhibition

10.30-11.00

Tea

11.00-12.30

Registrations, ICT Demos and Exhibition

12.30-14.00

Lunch Break

14.00-14.30

Official Conference Opening and Introductions

14.30-15.00

P1- Why Organizations Are Moving To The Cloud

15.00-15.30

P2–Cloud Migration Planning

15.30-16.00

P3 – European GDPR and its Impact on IT in Kenyan Organizations

16.00

Tea and Closure of Days Sessions

19.00-21.00

Cocktail Reception (Diani Place)

DAY 2 – Tuesday 24th April 2018

09.00 -09.30

P4 – Application of Blockchain in IT Management

09.30 -10.30

10.00 -10.30

P5 – Ways the Internet of Things Will Impact ITSM

10.30 -11.00

Tea Break

11.00 -11.30

P6 – Considerations in writing an ICT Project Proposal

11.30 -12.00

12.00 -12.30

P7 - Staff awareness programs: How to engage your staff with your cyber security strategy

12.30-14.00

Lunch Break

14.00-14.30

P8– Foundational Elements of an IoT Solution

14.30-15.00

15.30-14.00

P9–Understanding and Managing 'Shadow IT'

14.00

Tea & End of Day

DAY 3 – Wednesday 25thApril, 2018

07.00 – 17.00

P10 - Professional Networking and Bonding (Funzi Island –Group 1, Wasini Island – Group2)

DAY 4 – Thursday 26thApril, 2018

09.00 -09.30

P11 - Find IT Problems Before They Find You

09.30 -10.30

P12 – Evaluating and Choosing an IoT Platform

10.00 -10.30

10.30 -11.00

Tea Break

11.00 -11.30

P13 - Best Practices to Enable Remote Workers

11.30 -12.00

P14 – Managing the Risk of Malicious Insider Activity

12.00 -12.30

P15 – How IT Practitioners View Disaster Recovery

12.30-14.00

Lunch Break

14.00-14.30

P16 – Serverless Computing

14.30-15.00

15.00-15.30

P17 – Best Practices in Network Segmentation for Security

15.30-16.00

Closing activities

16.00

Tea Conference   End

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