If you missed out this year’s edition of the CIO YEAR AHEAD 2017 or want to revisit the sessions, here is our extensive coverage of the event, featuring IT leaders (and the presentations used in their respective sessions), as they emphasize the challenges and opportunities of digital transformation that will test leaderships across organizations.

Driving the new digital workplace - harness the power of cloud and mobile.
New technology should be available for not only consumers, but employees too.
Mohit Pande, Country Head - South East Asia and India
GOOGLE CLOUD
How IT can empower the enterprise to drive innovation and growth
CIOs are uniquely positioned to drive innovation and therefore are required to have the talent and skills to be visionary.
Sunil Rawlani, Digital Transformation Strategist
Digital Transformation - the way ahead for enterprises

Digital transformation can cut down cost substantially, where a digital company can earn more profit by improving key areas in finance.

Hirak Mukherjee, Technology Transformation Leader
SIFY TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED
Customer Centricity: developing an omni-channel approach
Enterprises should take an omni-channel approach to address a fully integrated response to new requirements of a customer.
Francis Rajan, Executive Vice President - IT
PREMIER AIRWAYS LIMITED
Cyber preparedness in the age of digitization
Despite having large security measures and budgets, cyber security is compromised
Vishak Raman, Senior Regional Director - India & SAARC
FIREEYE
Agile business and bimodal IT: the great debate
IT leaders have to be game changers, drive digitization, and have a transformation agenda.
V Subramaniam, Director IT (Transformation) - EMEA
UNITED TECHNOLOGIES - OTIS
Scaling an analytics infrastructure: when big data means big business
Big data needs to evolve - get smarter, leaner, and make more sense.
Dr. Sumit Choudhary, CEO
GAIA SMART CITIES
Secure digital innovation: increasing application agility while reducing data risk
When organizations are focussing on external threats, it is essential to have strategies to prevent, detect and mitigate insider threats.
Rudra Murthy, Chief Information Security Officer - Digital India
MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS
Workforce change: turning disruptors into opportunities
Attracting and retaining the millenial workforce is a challenge for the CEOs as the former has higher expectations from organizations.
Dr. Anil Rao, Dean & Director
L.N. WELINGKAR INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT & RESEARCH
Moving beyond traditional roles for larger change/impact
Watch T G Dhandapani, Manoj Kumbhat, Sangeeta Gupta, Venkatesh Natarajan discuss the importance of IT growth and innovation and the importance of new roles in shaping IT innovation.
Transformation in the real world: an action plan for 2017

N Raveendran(Shakti Finance)Veneeth Purushotaman(Fortis Healthcare)Balakrishnan Venkataraman(Reliance India Ltd)Avinash Velhal (Atos International) discuss the next digital and business strategy that will lead to disruptions and innovations in enterprises.

Real-time unified communication and collaboration for mobile workforce
The existing IT infrastructure may be falling short on providing a wholesome, agile and easy to use system, which can boost investments within the borders of the enterprise.
Anand Iyer, CEO
COMVERG TECHNOLOGIES
Infrastructure for the Cognitive Era
Infrastructure in the cognitive era requires to have accelerated speed, and derive insights that are of customer preference,
Siddhesh Naik, Country Leader, Technical Sales
IBM Systems Group