Catch Sanchit Vir Gogia at CeBIT India to Discuss Enterprise Transformation Choices

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What is the event all about?

The central theme for 2014 is “New Perspectives in IT Business”. This central theme sets the background for the keynotes from industry thought leaders. The CeBIT Global Conferences programme travels to India as part of our unified global brand strategy. The CGC programme will deliver content on the 4 Forces that are shaping the Business Technology Ecosphere:   Big Data – Social Business – Mobility – Cloud

Catch Greyhound Research and our Chief Analyst & Group CEO, Sanchit Vir Gogia at a panel discussion on Enterprise Transformation Choices -Cloud & its openness

What is the Discussion about?

The hard part of making choices is to ensure that your systems integrate well, seamlessly. If you road map to enterprise transformation is through Cloud, then your technologies should integrate with existing systems.

Integration technologies are many, choice should be based on how well it supports multiple cloud environments, supports customization and it should add upto useful user experience. Whether you are building a private or a public or a hybrid environment, it’s time to pay attention to openness.

Business on Cloud should be open.


  • Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst & Group CEO of Greyhound Research
  • Dr. Ravi Kothari, IBM Distinguished Engineer
  • N. Ravishanker, CIO of Tata Sky
  • Nandkishore Dhomne, VP-IT & CIO – Manipal Health Enterprises, Manipal Group. at Manipal Group

Moderator: Brent Goff, Main News Anchor & Host of “AGENDA with Brent Goff” – DW-TV (Deutsche Welle) English

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When & Where? 

13 November, 2014, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m at BIEC (Bengaluru International Exhibition Centre).