Guy Bartram - VMware, Linus Lai - IDC Asia/Pacific
Cloud and cloud-centric operating models have grown to become integral components of the modern IT environment. Controlling the actual location of data in the cloud to comply with data privacy regulations has become an important task for CIOs and CISOs and should be a key evaluation criterion in choosing cloud services that handle private, confidential, and restricted data. Join Guy Bartram, VMware Director Product Marketing for VMware Cloud Providers and Linus Lai, VP of IDC Asia/Pacific Software and Services Research Group as they discuss how Sovereign Clouds can tackle the complexities cloud and multi-cloud migration of data and workloads present.
Geoff Thomson, WW Cloud Provider Sales and Jay Workman, Sr. Director, Cloud Partner Marketing, VMware
Watch the VMware Explore Discussion around Data Sovereignty to find out how a sovereign cloud can satisfy jurisdictional requirements in regulated industries.
Simon Piff - Vice President of Security Practice, IDC Asia Pacific
As part of the Sovereign Cloud Summit 2022, Simon Piff discussed Asia Pacific findings from IDC's latest “Future Enterprise Resiliency & Spending Survey” which, amongst other topics, explored how digital sovereignty is now forcing enterprises to rethink their IT strategies and operations.
The Sovereign Cloud Summit 2022 that took place in Singapore on 16th November 2022 and was the first-of-its-kind thought leadership event for policy makers, analysts, infrastructure leaders, data strategists, and technology providers, designed to further the conversation for Sovereign Cloud solutions and open discussion regarding challenges.
With the future of national data economies depending on physical & digital infrastructure, nations are increasingly and more acutely aware of the need for pervasive security as well sovereign control over digital supply chains, resulting in a focus on local cloud providers to fill the gap with modern sovereign cloud services built on a secure foundation.
Guy Bartram, VMware; Cameron Brown, cybersecurity commentator
The landscape of cloud, having seen massive growth over the pandemic, is suddenly transforming with cloud repatriation initiatives which are being driven by strategic alignment of confidential data with national principles of sovereignty and protection. As sovereignty and Cloud are increasingly intertwined with emerging legislation and national policies embracing protectionism of data, what does this mean for companies and businesses that deal with national and vertical service providers?
Please join Cameron and Guy as they discuss what is happening in the cloud market, why it is happening and what companies can do to start aligning themselves to existing and future legislation regarding data privacy, data protection and sovereignty.
Guy Bartram, Director Product marketing, VMware
Cameron Brown, Cybersecurity Commentator and Editorial Board Member, Journal of Data Protection and Privacy