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Can Cloud technology become sustainable? [IN-PERSON]

The move to Cloud technology results in fewer resources and reduced infrastructure, but a single data centre consumes enough energy to power about 50,000 households – is there potential for it to become sustainable?

Registration End Date: Thu, 18 Aug, 10:00 AM

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  • ACS Barangaroo
    Level 27, Tower One, 100 Barangaroo Ave
    Sydney NSW 2000
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  • Event Start: Thu, 18 Aug, 05:30 PM
    Event Finish: Thu, 18 Aug, 07:30 PM
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  • Member: $0.00
  • Member-Concessional: $10.00
  • Non-Member: $25.00

  • * Your price may vary on registration depending on your membership type.

<p><strong>This event is intended for leaders and professionals.</strong></p> <p>By attending this event, you will hear both sides and learn:</p> <ul><li>Why Cloud technology is seen as a driver for building a sustainable future </li><li>The environmental and economic impact of increasing use of data centres</li><li>How Google is utilising renewable energy and its carbon-intelligent computing platform</li><li>Best practices for your organisation to adopt green cloud computing</li><li>How to decide whether Cloud sustainability is priority for your organisation <br>  </li></ul> <p><strong>About the Speaker:<br>Matt Pancino, Director, CTO/CIO Advisory, Google</strong></p> <p>Joined Google in June 2020 as Director, CIO/CTO Advisory Asia Pacific. Prior to this spent four years at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, most recently as the Chief Technology Officer, having previously been the CIO of the Retail Bank.<br><br>Prior to joining the CBA Group, served as CEO of Suncorp Business Services and CIO of Suncorp, Australia’s largest insurance company.<br><br>Experienced in delivering cultural transformations, leading organisations through large scale technology transformations (core system modernisation, agile ways of working, infrastructure redesign, cyber-security, technology operating model design and strategy) that enable business transformation.<br><br>Have also held senior operational and technology executive roles at Perpetual, Telstra and Ticketek.</p>

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Level 27, Tower One, 100 Barangaroo Ave,Sydney,NSW,Australia

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