Dubai: The Organizing Committee of Datamatix GITEX 2012, has announced that organization procedures of the conference are completed and the event will be hosted on October 13-18, 2012 in Dusit Thani Hotel Dubai.
The event will witness the participation of IT connoisseurs, government and business organization leaders, and prominent regional and global decision makers under the auspices of top notch speakers.
The 6 days conference will address decisive subject matters like; GCC CIO ‘&’ IT Professionals 2020 Challenges – 4th Generation Government ICT Development Strategy, Cloud Computing and e-Service Oriented Architecture in GCC Government Organizations, Technology and Business Intelligence towards Middle-East National Visions and Beyond, GCC Smart Cities Development Strategy in the Age of e-Government, The Modern Technologies and Solutions to be implemented by GCC Govt. Org to assemble and Analyze the ICT Security Intelligence etc .
Speaking about the event, Ali Al Kamali, Managing Director, Datamatix said, “The conference represents a meeting point of information and communications technology excellence, with renowned speakers from across the nation and an excellent opportunity for participants to learn about the dynamic revolution of the ICT sector in delivering exemplary scope for innovations and creative improvisation that drives the necessity for the cooperation of various key industrial players and decision makers to enforce and promote the mandatory application and implementation of ICT tools for the sustainable and economic growth of the region.
He also emphasized on the transmutation of the region towards new directions in the ICT that drives the necessity to keep pace with all the developments in the government and business organizations and reconsider the projects from a technological perspective and support the vision of the senior leadership in building a global technological infrastructure in making the integrated information database of the GCC easily accessible for the citizens, visitors, and investors at large.