How cloud computing helps the airline industry soar

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As the competition goes fierce, airlines are looking at cloud computing as a game changer. There is no need to expand the IT infrastructure or increase the IT workforce to accommodate these systems. Because the service providers can cater to the scalability and flexibility required to handle the workload, airlines now can focus on their core business: transporting passengers.

With this backdrop, we curate the Aviation IT track at Aviation Festival Asia 2016, where the following IT leaders will share more details on how to deploy cloud computing to maximise its benefits for yoru business.

Sammy Aramaki – Vice President, Innovation & IT Strategy, All Nippon Airways

He will be talking on “Transformation of ANA Sky Web from an on-premise solution to a hybrid cloud”. This is obviously an extremely complex topic, but who says that cloud technology is easy? Sammy Aramaki is a unique blend of unquestionable interest in customer experience with brilliance for technology deployment. He has been part of the core ANA team that is undergo several business processes changes to offer better customer service and enhance the performance of almost 33,000 ANA staff.

Dr. Jassim Haji – Director of IT, Gulf Air

You will no doubt be aware of the rising issue of data security. With the evolution of hybrid cloud environment and the need for accessing them on a remote network, we need to protect data in motion and stored data. So if you really want to get the inside track on the challenges in cloud security and a defence mechanism to safeguard data, you should hear from Dr. Jassim Haji.

Davesh Shukla – Chief Information Officer, Delhi International Airport

Airline and airport CIOs hear the same questions continually: “How do I streamline collaboration?” “How can I improve project management?” “How do I maintain internal controls?” “How can I enable my staff to communicate and work more efficiently?” Increasingly, the answers include one of today’s fastest growing technologies: cloud virtualisation. Davesh Shukla is taking a significant step to transform Delhi International Airport  towards virtualisation. Join him to hear how cloud and virtualisation will further help to centralise data and simplifying day-to-day management.

Prepare for an insightful cloud computing session. Join us.

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