The GCC cloud market is expected to be more than double in value by 2024, growing from $956m this year to $2.35bn at a cumulative annual growth rate (CAGR) of 25% – according to a research study by IDC. As more organisations are reinventing their IT infrastructure strategy as a response to the post-pandemic situation, CIOs across key industry sectors in the GCC region have dramatically shifted their IT priorities to accelerate digital transformation. This change in outlook is predicted to ultimately affect the way technology is consumed and how much enterprises are expected to spend on IT services, cloud, and data centres in 2021.

In light of this, the 2nd Hybrid Cloud Middle East Digi-Conference is taking place virtually on 26 April 2021 and will bring together CIOs, CTOs, CISOs and digital transformation leaders and decision makers from 6 key sectors including Government, BFSI, Healthcare, Education, Retail and Telco who are currently investing in Cloud and looking into hybrid cloud models to accelerate their digital transformation. The conference discusses main challenges faced and solutions and will highlight the region’s key requirements with respect to the cloud strategy and journey.

Key themes on this edition are:

  • Managing and monitoring multi-cloud cloud environment
  • The journey of migration to hybrid cloud
  • Enabling AI-driven future enterprise with Hybrid cloud
  • Addressing key data privacy and security issues in hybrid cloud era
  • Edge computing: Improved performance and reduced operational cost

There are three ways on how you can participate in this virtual conference:

  • For speaking opportunities: Omer Abas, Conference Director |
  • For sponsorship: Bencily Thomas, Head of Partnerships |
  • To attend as a delegate: Lara Tan, Head of VIP Relations |

Download the prospectus to see the program in detail >>