- –Challenges & Objectives
- –Procurement Considerations
The variety and quality of digital infrastructure available to Australian business mean most are relying on a number of different modes of hosting and delivering their IT. Very few organizations do not make some use of cloud, while DCD research indicates that uptake of colocation and outsourcing in Australia continues to rise in value, and many companies continue to effectively operate footprint in-house.
Yet the drive to hybrid I.T. using diverse hosting and sourcing options brings with it a new set of challenges for control, integration and optimization. At DCD>Australia 2017, hear from thirty experts from overseas and from Australia as they examine the complexities of delivering operational consistency across compute models as well as identifying the right resources and solutions with which to build a solid hybrid strategy, paying particular attention to:
Date and Venue: 11 – 13 July 2017 | Amara Sanctuary, Singapore
Event URL: http://bit.ly/2nKvABA
Challenge Conventions. Provoke New Thinking. Solve Problems.
The Only Event That Brings Together Asia’s Top CPOs and Heads of Procurement
Attracting over 250 CPOs and Heads of Procurement, ProcureCon offers you the best learning and networking opportunity in Asia. Our highly interactive agenda mixing interactive case studies, panel sessions and debates with a multitude of small-group formats ensures you engage fully with your peers, dig deep into your challenges and find real solutions to every one of your pain points.
This 3rd Annual Mixed-Use Development conference provides the perfect platform to plunge into the rising demand of creating complete communities by unlocking the best value out of land. Explore the ways to best integrate the property components, spaces, transit as well as nature.
Stream I: Master planning & Design Integration
This stream will cover the innovation and transformation of the mixed use projects and bring in the new architectural elements on designing a holistic development that will best suit in the current market condition
Accelerating Myanmar’s Infrastructure Development for Sustainable Growth
Myanmar has extensive biodiversity and abundant natural resources. Approximately one-third of Myanmar’s 62 million population lives in townships and cities. Chronic underinvestment in urban infrastructure—including in housing, connectivity, electricity and water supply, healthcare, education and tourism infrastructure — has resulted in seriously deficient urban services throughout Myanmar. Large resettlement areas in Yangon and Mandalay have urban services that are well below acceptable levels, and the situation is worse in the poor regions and other states of the country.
In recent times, the concept of aerotropolis has been rapidly gaining
momentum. As air travel continues to grow, airports are becoming
multimodal and multifaceted developments making it the economic
engine of the 21st century. According to statistics, in 2030 there will
be 13billion passengers travelling in a year, compared to 4.9billion in
What are investors, commercial real estate developers, and end-users
looking for and how can airport city and aerotropolises attract them?
In order to realise these opportunities, these airport cities need to look
into the aspects of collaborative planning process and complex
development strategies involving numerous stakeholders that are
involved in creating an aerotropolis.
IFMA Singapore Chapter sincerely welcome everyone to participate in the following presentation as part of the IFMA SG Real Estate Portfolio Management Series: Topic: Real Estate Portfolio Management Series: Lease Administration Date: 11 April 2017, Tuesday 3pm Location: Online LIVE Webinar ( Connection Details will be given at a later date to all registered parties. ) Summary: Organizations with extensive lease portfolios are faced with the daunting task of tracking numerous leases with varying expiration dates and equally variable terms of tenancy. Relying on manual processes to track and manage these leases can result in errors based on inaccessible or inaccurate information, missed renewal dates, internal customer frustration, and possible monetary penalties. Web-based ARCHIBUS Lease Administration provides a centralized repository, flexible dashboards, automated alerts, and more. Deploying the application will help streamline data entry, automate lease information-gathering and management, and improve analytic capabilities, all while providing a high service level at reduced cost. Speaker: Patrick Sew, Deputy Chairman of IFMA SG Strategy & Innovation Kindly Click here to RSVP