Frontier Optical Networks ink commitment towards The Year Ahead Forum 2020

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    Frontier Optical Networks have recently joined an array of other high ranking players in penning a commitment towards the forthcoming #TheYearAhead Forum. The event is set to unfold at the Serena Hotel on the 6th of February 2020.

    The event, in its 10th year running, has time and time again been established as a premier gathering of senior business executives, IT professionals, and CIO’s. Leading to the forging of new partnerships, inspiration and networking drawn from the Kenyan, and East African IT landscape.

    The forum is set to bring together technology industry players to explore the potential avenues of Turning Accelerated Disruption into Opportunities, as the requisition of spirit of the half day event.

    “We appreciate your partnership towards enabling organisations in adopting a new workforce to deliver their strategy and retain top talent whilst continuing to be smarter and faster in this era of automation,” said Laura Chite, CEO CIO East Africa commenting on the event’s purpose, adding, “Join discussions on how to actualize the demands for agile development practices.”

    Attendees will gain valuable insight on growing concerns about how DX will affect the future of work, security, environmental sustainability and resource efficiency.

    Aligned to speak include Mercy Wanjau, Ag. Director General, Communications Authority of Kenya, Laura Chite, CEO CIO East Africa, Adam Lane, Senior Director at Huawei Technologies in Kenya and Imran Chaudhrey, the Regional Account Manager East Africa at Fortinet among others.

    Frontier Optical Networks limited is a network application service provider. Founded in 2009, they are licenses to provide local, national and international backbone connectivity in the East African region. With a solid level of experience in metro fibre coverage in Nairobi, Frontier Optical Networks has extended their reach in Mombasa and Thika county, through state of the art data centres.

    The company is well on its way to disrupting old paradigms and patterns, promising a rejuvenated feel for the 4IR currently encompassing the East African technology landscape.

    Abdul Jama, will be speaking on behalf of Frontier Optical Networks, on the topic of delivering optimized digital services. CIO East Africa organizes a wide range of events, designed to create ongoing dialogue about the effective use of information and communication technology in modern businesses, the latest key trend and issues and the way in which the changing economic, social, and regulatory environments affect both the use and sale of ICT.

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