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Meet the Tech15 keynote

Meet the Tech15 keynote

6 August 2015

UKOUG are delighted to welcome Neil Sholay, Head of Oracle Digital, EMEA, to Tech15

Neil SholayNeil is responsible for Oracle’s go to market strategy and champions thought leadership in the Digital marketplace.  He will be providing the opening keynote for Tech15 on "Re-imagining the role of IT for Digital" discussing the shift from monolithic, centralised IT, where most businesses have to build an architecture designed for the digital enterprise on a legacy foundation.

During the keynote Neil will present some real-life examples of Digital disruption, describe what Digital means to an organisation, the role of culture, talent and organisation design for Digital Transformation and examine the characteristics of  what makes Digital leaders.

Time: 10:00, Monday 7th December

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