9:00 AMTEX NYC Registration Opens. One-on-One Networking Begins.
All guests must register and receive their badges before entering.
9:45 AMTEX Opening Remarks
Jaymie Scotto Cutaia, CEO & Founder of Jaymie Scotto & Associates (JSA), welcomes guests and invites them to network at TEX NYC.
10:00 AM - 11:15 AMCEO Roundtable 1 - If It Can Be Hacked… Network Security & The New Reality
As hospitals and content providers line up to pay hackers to release their data or not exploit their unreleased shows, IDG Research estimates that cybercrime damages will cost the world $6 trillion annually by 2021, up from $3 trillion in 2015. Industry spectators and analysts consider cyber security at the top of the list of concerns, as it poses the largest threat for potential disruption of technology and industry growth. This roundtable will explore what’s next in cyber hacking, content theft, and network best practices as we prep for the new reality of a connected world.
11:15 PM - 11:45 PMOne-on-One Networking Break
11:45 AM - 1:00 PMCEO Roundtable 2 - Content Providers, OpEx and the Future of Data Centers
Traditional data center business models have shifted as content providers like Google, Riot Games, Blizzard, Facebook, and Salesforce have identified cost and operational benefits from abandoning outsourced infrastructure and investing in their own facilities. How does this trend impact data center operators globally? How do hyperscale data centers monetize their assets while also manage the expanding needs of their end users? This roundtable will explore options, opportunities and what’s next.
1:00 PM - 2:30 PMLunch with Table Discussions
In the green room and starting at 1PM, TEX will introduce a new, interactive format for lunch. It will include 3 scripted questions that the lunch table moderator will discuss with the 5 or 6 attending C-levels at his/her table.
2:30 PM – 3:45 PMCEO Roundtable 3 - AI, Skynet, Ethics & Network Threats: What’s Next for Human & Robot Races
Tech innovators like Elon Musk and Bill Gates have donated significant time and money to explain AI as a threat and to figure out new ways to advance the technology ethically. Who controls AI? Corporations, governments, select individuals, or the machines? And with AI/Deep Learning having the ability to grow exponentially, since it will hypothetically be able to improve itself, at what point will intelligence surpass its creators and become unrestricted development and/or control? This Roundtable will explore AI developments, potential network safeguards and suggested next steps.
3:45 PM - 4:30 PMOne-on-One Networking Break
4:30 PMClosing Remarks
Jaymie Scotto Cutaia will conclude Telecom Exchange with closing remarks, as well as share the noteworthy talking points from the lunch discussions.