A panel discussion at the 2023 Big CIO Show
Big CIO Show saw major tech announcements

March 14, 2023: The 12th edition of the  Big CIO Show culminated in  Bangalore  after a groundbreaking product launch: the highly anticipated unveiling of Intel's  new Xeon  technology.

Additionally, Trescon made waves by announcing the introduction of a brand-new event called as “Digital Acceleration & Transformation Expo (DATE)”, promising to deliver even more cutting-edge insights and industry expertise. It will feature 10 co-located events and is expected to  attract over 10,000 business visitors in New Delhi on November 23 & 24, 2023

Addressing the event on Thursday, HH Yaduveer Krishnadatta Chamaraja Wadiyar said, "The key focus, or what we (Mysore Heritage of Innovation and Entrepreneurship) want, is to be the cyber security beacon in India and also bring in an economic driver for Mysore so that this IT infrastructure, which is already overburdened in Bengaluru and in many cities, can be supported. The overall good that it brings for empowering the economy can be brought to cities like Mysore."

The prime attraction of the event was undoubtedly the Big CIO Awards, which honored top 100 Leaders & Innovators, and celebrated the best and brightest minds in the tech industry.

One of the most thought-provoking and engaging sessions at the event was the panel discussion titled "Beyond DX: Driving Innovation & Transformation". This panel explored the importance of CIOs adapting to an ever-changing market and embracing the digital disruption that the latest and emerging technologies have brought to the market. Throughout the discussion, the panelists emphasized the importance of embracing innovation and transformation to stay competitive in the fast-changing digital landscape. They explored the challenges and opportunities that come with digital disruption and provided practical advice for companies looking to drive innovation and transformation in their own organizations.

Another highlight of the event was the insightful panel discussion titled "Once in the Cloud, there is no turning back". The panel delved into the theme of creating digital experiences, exploring the ways in which businesses can leverage advanced technologies like AI and ML to achieve operational excellence.

Two captivating keynote speeches were delivered at the event. Vikram Chauhan, Director & Head of Enterprise & Government Business at Intel India spoke about "Future Forward: Digitally Transformed India" and emphasized digitalization's potential to drive growth in an inclusive India despite Covid’s challenging business landscape. Ramprakash Ramamoorthy, Director of AI Research, ManageEngine, discussed the "Future of IT Delivery," going beyond digital transformation to technological transformation.

Finally, the "Humans with Machines" a fireside chat that discussed the ways in which AI can augment and transform the human and robotic workforces, rather than replace them, and shared learnings on leveraging these technologies for growth and innovation.