TELIA DIGITAL HUB – REGISTER!

TELIA DIGITAL HUB – REGISTER!

Estonia’s largest technology conference will provide you with useful information on how to make your business more efficient, digital and secure. The Digital HUB is designed for businesses creating the future - presentations and discussions will cover the topics of 5G, IoT, cybersecurity, cloud technologies and future IT solutions. Among the speakers are renowned digitalisation visionaries from Europe and key opinion leaders from the Estonian technology landscape, who will highlight the most important new developments and changes to keep you abreast of the digitalisation trends of today and tomorrow.

At the event, it is also possible to get a closer look at the latest offers of technology companies, listen to practical advice, and communicate with representatives of significant businesses. This is the place to contribute to the future of your business.

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SPEAKERS

SPEAKERS

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Allison Kirkby

President and CEO of Telia Company

Allison Kirkby is President and CEO of Telia Company since May 2020. Telia Company, headquartered in Sweden, is a multinational, new generation telco serving millions of customers every day in one of the world’s most connected and digitalized regions.
She also serves as an independent Non-Executive Director of BT Group plc, the UK’s multinational provider of communication services.
Until October 2019, Allison Kirkby was President and Group CEO of TDC Group, the largest telecommunications company in Denmark. Prior to joining TDC, Allison served as President & Group CEO of Tele2 AB from 2015 to 2018, having been their EVP & CFO since 2014. She moved into the TMT sector in 2010, initially joining Virgin Media and then as CFO of Shine Group (a division of 21st Century Fox).
Prior to that, she spent two decades at Procter & Gamble, in both senior financial & operational roles.
Allison is recognized for building and successfully leading strong teams in periods of change, to create significant shareholder value, and was awarded Most Powerful Female CEO in Sweden in 2017.
Allison is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.
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Prof Derek O'Keeffe

Physicianeer

Prof Derek O’Keeffe holds dual first class honours degrees in Engineering (Gold Letter) and Medicine (Gold Medal). In addition he holds a Medical Doctorate and a Masters & PhD in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Limerick and National University of Ireland Galway. He was a Fulbright Scholar at Harvard, a Green Templeton Scholar at Oxford and is a graduate of the Endocrinology Clinical Fellowship at the Mayo Clinic, USA. As well as multiple academic publications, he holds biomedical patents and several international research prizes. He has done volunteer work in Ireland, USA, Ghana & Papua New Guinea. He has travelled in over 100 countries & was awarded The Outstanding Young Person of the World by Junior Chamber International. He is a Black Belt Taekwondo Instructor, Qualified Pilot, Advanced Scuba Diver & Triathlete. He has previously worked with NASA placing a sleep experiment onboard the International Space Station. In addition he has acted as Flight Surgeon for a NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operation (NEEMO) where they used digital health data to monitor crew health and make mission decisions. He recently completed the world’s first bi-directional care of a patient living in a remote community with drone technology. He currently works as a Consultant Physician (Endocrinologist) at University Hospital Galway (UHG) and is the Professor of Medical Device Technology at the National University of Ireland Galway.
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Peeter Marvet

Cyber-Security Evangelist at Vaimo

Peeter has been a friend of computers since 1985 – he has carefully fed them with punch cards as well as magnetic tape, having also diagrammed the inside of a processor on a transistor-by-transistor basis. Peeter has benefited from this kind of uber-technical knowledge when working at KUKU and creating episodes of the programme Tehnokratt at ETV, but also when writing about information technology as simply as possible. After 5 years of practicing everything from marketing to cyber security at zone.ee, he is now a fully fledged Security Evangelist at Vaimo and makes sure that the online shops of world-renowned brands and their customers are kept safe from cyber threats.

Andreas Ekström

Journalist, writer and digital visionary

Andreas Ekström is a Swedish writer and journalist, who speaks about digital equality and the longer-term implications of the digital revolution in his hugely popular works and lectures. His latest award-winning work, On Finding, takes a frank and human approach to the biggest digital challenges and opportunities.
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Rene Tammist

Development Manager at Utilitas OÜ and former Minister of Entrepreneurship and Information Technology

Rene Tammist graduated from the University of Tartu in 2001 with a Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration and holds a Master’s degree in Public Politics and Administration from the University of Manchester. From 2012–2018, he was a Member of the Management Board of the Administrative Board of the European Union Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators. Tammist has previously worked as a political advisor to the Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament’s Committee on Industry, Research, and Energy, among other things, dealing with issues such as information technology and telecommunications, and as the Executive Director of the Estonian Renewable Energy Association. He was the Minister of Enterprise and Information Technology in the first government of Jüri Ratas from 2018–2019. Since 2019, he has been working as the Development Manager of OÜ Utilitas.
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Kaimar Karu

Entrepreneur and former Minister of IT and Foreign Trade

Kaimar Karu has been working in the fields of technology, business development, management, international cooperation, and policy making, both in Estonia and outside Estonia, for over 20 years. Before taking up the role of Estonia’s Minister of IT and Foreign Trade in 2019, he lived and worked in London. He is a valued contributor to the development of best practices, a trusted advisor in navigating complex systems, a co-author of several professional books, and an anticipated speaker on the stages of international technology conferences. Kaimar holds an MSc in Philosophy from the University of Tartu.
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Aivo Adamson

CEO at AS Alexela

Aivo Adamson has more than 25 years of experience in management and consulting positions in international companies. He has a background in both the retail market and the IT field. Aivo has built up large and small organisations, carried out major restructuring projects, and developed several companies. He has previously held senior and advisory positions in the following companies: United Nations Development Programme headquarters in New York, Bytelife Solutions OÜ, AS Telema, AS Versobank, AS Starman, Road Administration, and AS Swedbank. Aivo is also a Member of the Management Board of the Estonian Basketball Association.
He graduated from Tallinn University of Technology with a degree in Accounting and Financial Analysis, and has an auditor’s certificate. Aivo has also completed advanced level courses in Emotional Intelligence at INSEAD from 2001–2002.
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Kaspar Korjus

Co-Founder and CPO at Pactum AI

Kaspar Korjus is the Co-Founder and CPO at Pactum AI. He was the Director of e-Residency, one of Europe’s most ambitious government technology projects. He has negotiated with the police, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Prime Minister, the President, and all ministries to invest government money to open Estonia’s electronic infrastructure to all foreigners so that they can set up businesses in the EU without visiting the country.
In 2017 and 2018, Kaspar was the most quoted Estonian in the global press. In 2015, he was number one in Forbes Estonia’s technology and finance division for under-30s, and US CEO Megan Smith selected him as one of top 20 global digital leaders. In 2019, he was named one of JCI’s ten most outstanding young people in the world. In addition, HM King Willem-Alexander, The King of the Netherlands, awarded Kaspar the Order of Orange-Nassau, recognising his contribution to the improvement of societies around the world.
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Karin Künnapas

Co-Director at kood/Jõhvi

Karin Künnapas has been active in the field of start-ups for almost eight years, working in the Estonian Business Angels Association and Civitta Estonia start-up team. She is the Co-Director of the Jõhvi Coding School with Elle-Mari Pappel. They previously worked together at the European Innovation Academy, where they organised student programmes around the world to help students reach an idea for their start-up in 15 days to present it to investors. Each year, more than 1000 young people from nearly 90 countries completed the programme. Karin was involved in developing the content of the programme, recruiting speakers and mentors, and leading the programme team.

Andre Visse

CTO at Telia Eesti

Andre is a senior executive with nearly 20 years of experience in the ICT sector. He has worked at Telia for a total of 7 years: in the corporate customer unit as the Head of IT Operations, in the technology unit as the Head of the Sub-unit of the IT Infrastructure Services and right now, as the CTO of Telia Eesti. Andre is also the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of SK ID Solutions and the Estonian Broadband Development Foundation.
Prior to Telia, he worked at IT Grupp AS in various positions for more than 10 years, both as a specialist and a manager.

Andres Sutt

Minister of Entrepreneurship and Information Technology of the Republic of Estonia

Andres has over 25 years of international experience in banking and risk and crisis management. Prior to entering civil service, he lived and worked in the US and Luxembourg for nearly 10 years, where he represented Estonia at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and headed the banking division of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM), contributing to the stability of the euro area. Andres Sutt has also served as a Vice President of Eesti Pank and a Member of the Management Board of Eesti Energia. Andres was a member of the Riigikogu from 2019 to 2021. He was born and raised in Tartu, and was educated at the University of Tartu in Economics and Finance, and later at Harvard Law School in Negotiations and Leadership.

Holger Haljand

Head of the Business Client Unit at Telia Eesti

Holger has been active in the telecommunications business for over 20 years, and for the last seven years has been involved in the management of Telia Eesti and Telia Sweden. Holger has a Master’s degree in Business Administration and has spent most of his career in this field, managing Telia’s private customer business in Estonia and Sweden in recent years. Since September of last year, he has been Head of the Business Client Unit at Telia Eesti.

Ilmar Käär

Head of Business Technology and IT at Eesti Energia

Ilmar has been working in the IT sector for over 20 years and has international experience in the banking, telecommunications, IT and energy sectors. He has been responsible for the implementation of innovative and high-impact technology projects in several multinational organisations, has engaged in IT service design and planning, organisational development and change management. For the last 4 years, Ilmar has been working at Eesti Energia as Head of IT Operations and Head of Business Technology and IT.

Indrek Jürgenson

Co-Founder and Technical Manager at Parcelsea

Indrek Jürgenson has more than 25 years of senior management experience in IT. He led the Geographic Information System division at Eesti Telefon, built up the IT solutions of Olympic Entertainment Group, and successfully led the company out of the 2008 economic crisis as CEO. Indrek has contributed to building the business direction of software company Helmes, led Cleveron’s IT field, and helped launch the Cleveron Academy. He is a Member of the Supervisory Board of WaveCom, a server services company, and a Co-Founder of Parcelsea, a start-up developing smart mailboxes, where he is still active as CTO.

Kirke Saar

CIO at Nordic Investment Bank NIB

Kirke has worked in several international companies such as Oracle, Microsoft, Swedbank, Eesti Energia and Telia. She has always been interested in how technology can change people’s behaviour and create new needs for products and services in a short time. In all the organisations Kirke has worked for, she has always had to make changes – both organisational and digital.

Kristel Kruustük

Founder of Testlio, Entrepreneur and Mother

Kristel noticed a number of gaps in the software testing field and decided to start her own start-up to address these. She registered for the world’s biggest hackathon, Angelhack, which she won, earning a $25,000 investment.
Today, the network of Kristel’s company, Testlio, includes more than 10,000 professional testers, and the company employs over 120 people in 20 countries. Testlio’s clients include CBS, Hotels.com, Microsoft and the NBA, among others.hkem kui 120 töötajale 20 eri riigis. Testlio klientideks on teiste hulgas CBS, Hotels.com, Microsoft ja NBA.
In addition to Testlio, Kristel enjoys horse riding and playing the piano in her spare moments. She is committed to going into schools and introducing young people to the world of technology and life as an entrepreneur, and encouraging them to pursue their dreams.

Kristo Vaher

Chief Technology Officer of the Government of Estonia

Kristo has been a hands-on engineer for most of his life, in addition to leading technology teams and working as an architect in media, banking and the public sector, building many modern information systems and related solutions. Kristo strongly believes in the principles of event-driven micro-services and domain-driven design, and currently, together with his team, he is responsible for the next generation architecture and technology vision of the digital state.

Mart Mägi

Chairman of the Executive Board at Omniva

Mart graduated from the Faculty of Economics of the University of Tartu in 1993 with a degree in Finance and Credit. In 2004, he obtained an MBA degree at the University of Tartu and simultaneously at the University of Insurance and Banking in Warsaw. Mart has worked in various areas of banking, insurance and customer service. He has managed Sampo’s CEE unit, PWC Advisors, Hansa Liising, Amserv, Südameapteek, and Statistics Estonia. With a long track record in leadership, Mart is also a Member of the Supervisory Board of several organisations (Tallinna Vesi, Tartu Ülikooli SA, etc.).

Mart Noorma

Director of Research and Development at Milrem Robotics, and Professor of Space and Defence Technology at the University of Tartu

Mart Noorma is a physicist and technology researcher who loves space technology and robots. After holding several exciting positions in Finland, the United States and at the University of Tartu, he joined AS Milrem in 2017 to lead the company’s research and development department.

Ott Velsberg

Chief Data Officer at the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications

Ott Velsberg is responsible for the strategic management and coordination of the national data area, including data management, artificial intelligence and open data. In his activities, Ott is guided by his vision that decisions in the Estonian public sector will be made in a data-driven way, services will work without burdening the end-user, and the state will support open innovation and community development. In addition to data management, Ott is a PhD student at the University of Umea, Department of Informatics, where his research focuses on the Internet of Things.

Raul Rikk

National Cyber Security Policy Director, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications

Raul’s main responsibilities include leading, organising and coordinating national and international cybersecurity, developing policies and development plans of the field, monitoring their implementation and effectiveness, leading initiatives and preparing draft legislation governing the field. He has worked in the field of national defence and security since 1994 and has participated in the creation of all Estonian cybersecurity strategies since 2007. He has been the founder of the e-Governance Academy’s cybersecurity field and of the National Cyber Security Index, as well as one of the founders of the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, leading its creation between 2004 and 2008.
Raul has a Master’s degree in National Defence Management from the Finnish National Defence University and a Master’s degree in Information Technology Management from Tallinn University. He is also a graduate of the US Army Command and General Staff College.

Ahti Heinla

Co-Founder and CTO of Starship

Mainly known in Estonia as a co-founder of Skype, Ahti founded Starship Technologies, a company that develops self-driving robot courier services, together with another Skype co-founder, Janus Friis, in 2014. To date, the start-up’s delivery robots have already covered 4 million kilometres, making more than 1.5 million autonomous deliveries worldwide. Starship is rapidly expanding and plans to hire more than 100 people in Estonia this year.

Alar Heikla

Sales Manager of Huawei Technologies Estonia

Alar has worked in various management positions in the telecommunications and ICT sector for over 25 years. He holds a Master’s level degree in Electrical Engineering from Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech).

Andreas Leznevsky

IT Director of Tallinna Kaubamaja Grupp

Andreas has been working in the IT field for nearly 25 years, having spent the last 10 years as the IT Director of Tallinna Kaubamaja Grupp. Tallinna Kaubamaja Grupp is the largest shopping group in Estonia, which includes companies like Selver, Kaubamaja, I.L.U., Viking Motors, Viking Security, Viimsi Keskus and others, as well as offering the Partnerkaart loyalty programme. Andreas is passionate about providing user-friendly services to customers in both the physical and virtual worlds.

Enn Saar

Development Partner and interim Head of IT of Sunergos

Enn Saar has 23 years of management experience, he has previously served as the Development Manager of IT and Product Development and the Head of Administration of Major Clients at Telia, a Member of the Management Board and Development Manager at Eesti Telekom, a Member of the Management Board at e-Estonia Briefing Centre, and a Member of the Supervisory Board at Vaata Maailma SA. Enn has also served as the long-time head of the technology company MicroLink. For the last five years he has focused on supporting change management, also coaching teams in different organisations. Qualifications: economic engineer (TalTech), practitioner of psychodrama, supervisor and coach (Estonian Moreno Training Centre).

Erkki Laugus

Erkki Laugus, Managing Director and Member of the Management Board of AS Kaubamaja

Erkki graduated from the Estonian University of Life Sciences’ Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, majoring in business. Erkki received his Master’s level degree in 2020, from the Faculty of Information Technology of the Tallinn University of Technology, in the field of “Digital Transformation in Business”. Erkki has been working in the Tallinna Kaubamaja Grupp since 2005, and has been the Managing Director of Kaubamaja since 2011. He has previously worked in the insurance, entertainment and construction sectors.

Gavin Moore

Gavin Moore, Senior Director of Business Development at Oracle Digital EMEA

Gavin is Head of Business Development for Oracle’s EMEA technology business, specifically targeting the market of SMEs. He started his IT career in 1994, as a systems engineer for Electronic Data Systems (EDS). He then moved to IBM, where he was a successful SAP developer and an application consultant. Gavin joined Oracle in 2005, and spent seven years working with some of Ireland’s largest companies in the sectors of technical sales and retail sales. In 2012, he joined Oracle Digital EMEA and is now a senior executive at Oracle Digital EMEA.

Tarko Tikan

Chief Network and Infrastructure Architect at Telia Eesti

Tarko has been involved in IT since childhood, with a particular interest in data communication (networks). Unlike traditional PowerPoint architects, Tarko can handle just about anything that is related to the telecommunications sector. Tarko has built up two of Estonia’s largest operators and is also the ‘father’ of Estonian IPv6.

Elis Pikmets

Chief Financial Officer at Telia Estonia

Elis Pikmets has been working as the CFO of Telia Estonia since 2019. She has 20 years of experience in the same field, the last 13 years of which have been spent at Telia Estonia, the Telia Company business unit in Norway, and at Elion Ettevõtted AS. She is also a co-founder and board member of NGO EMERK Audiere, contributing to research projects at the Tartu University Hospital Ear Clinic and making life easier for people with hearing impairments. Elis has a Master’s level degree in Management Accounting from Tallinn University of Technology.

Margot Lelle

Head of ICT Solutions Delivery and Operations at Telia Estonia

Margot’s original plan to study economics at Tallinn University of Technology did not go as planned, as during her first year she took telecommunications courses in parallel to her study of economics, lost her heart to technology, and ever since has spent more than 20 years working in various fields at Telia. Margot has managed EMT’s management centre, worked together with her team to develop the environments needed to deliver services, and for the last few years has been responsible for the operation of IT services for Telia’s large customers and internal IT infrastructure teams.

Reimo Lepp

Head of the Microsoft and Workplace Client Solutions Department at Telia Estonia

Reimo is an above average technology enthusiast, a major nerd and a self-proclaimed home cinema critic. For the last 9 years he has been helping Telia Estonia’s customers in the area of delivery and management of IT solutions. Reimo has gained experience in the roles of administrator, service manager and leadership, and is currently investing his time in managing Microsoft’s Client Solutions and Workplace Services Department.

Ahto Tomingas

Systems Engineering Team Leader at Fortinet Baltics

Ahto helps clients find solutions to secure cyber assets in the network and mitigate cyber risks.

Anssi Rahkonen

Hybrid IT Category Manager at HPE

Anssi has more than 15 years of experience with the network and data centre solutions of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

Claes Carlstedt

Senior Solutions Architect at Fujitsu

Claes has skills and expertise in solution architecture, virtualisation, storage area network (SAN), enterprise software, data protection and cloud computing. His role is to identify, design and produce larger and more complex architectures, strategies and concrete solutions. In addition, he is responsible for designing and communicating high-level structures.

Erki Pogoretski

Head of Analytics at Telia Eesti

Erki has been trying to squeeze value out of data for over ten years, committing to facilitating the process and helping to make valuable information as accessible to the business as possible. For the past four years, Erki has led Telia Eesti’s analytics department, developing the field of data science and analysis.

Indrek Turmen

Security Engineer at Trend Micro

Indrek has worked in the IT sector for over 20 years. He has been engaged in the implementation, installation, and maintenance of networks, systems and security solutions. In recent years, he has focused on cyber security.

Jarko Lust

Head of IT at Smarten Logistics

During his career, Jarko has worked in the public sector, led an international IT team at Kesko Group, and for the last 15 years has been the Head of Development and IT at Smarten Logistics. At Kesko, he was responsible for the harmonisation of the division’s business software and processes in the three Baltic countries, while at Smarten, his goal is digitalisation and automation. The company is Estonia’s largest 3PL logistics service provider, offering warehousing, distribution and value-added services to clients in various sectors, from food and grocery retailers to online commerce.

Kaarel Kalkun

Dell Technologies and Microsoft Channel Executive for Central Eastern Europe at Microsoft

Kaarel has worked in IT for over 20 years, mainly in sales and business development roles. For the last 13 years, he has worked at Microsoft, where he has managed Microsoft’s cooperation with OEM partners and resellers in the Baltics, as well as with international OEM partners in the wider region. For the last 4 years, he has led Microsoft’s collaboration with Dell Technologies in the CEE region.

Kieren Niĉolas Lovell

Head of Information Security at Pipedrive

Kieren is an expert in cyber security. He has worked for the Royal Norwegian Navy and NATO, and his experience includes leading the Computer Emergency Response Unit at Cambridge University. After Brexit, he decided to join Pipedrive, where he currently works as the Head of Information Security. In addition, he lectures and supervises research projects at the University of Cambridge and TalTech, and acts as a mentor in the Startup Wise Guys programme.

Kristjan Korjus

Co-Founder and CTO of Pactum

Kristjan Korjus is a co-founder and the CTO of Pactum. Pactum helps companies automatically negotiate large volumes of business contracts. Previously, he was Head of the artificial intelligence department at Starship Technologies, a company producing self-driving package transport robots. He holds a PhD in Computer Science and a Master’s degree in Mathematics, and is the author of one of Estonia’s best-selling popular science books, The Evening Studybook of Mathematics (Matemaatika õhtuõpik in Estonian).

Lauri Almann

Co-founder of CybExer Technologies

CybExer Technologies, a company co-founded by Lauri Almann, is a developer of cyber training visualisation software, having created, among other things, one of the world’s top cyber training grounds. The company has also been awarded the NATO Innovation Award. Lauri is the author of many international strategic cyber exercise scenarios and a conductor of exercises. In addition to conducting exercises in different countries, Lauri has contributed to the strategic parts of the NATO CCDCOE ‘Locked Shields’ exercises over the years, and he is also a co-author and facilitator of the strategic part of the exercise for the European Union MilCERTs (Military Computer Emergency Readiness Teams). Lauri already got involved in his first cyber battles back in 2007, as the Chancellor of the Estonian Ministry of Defence.

Lauri Makke

Head of Cisco Estonia

Lauri has worked in the IT sector for the last 30 years. He started as a computer training provider, then he was a maintenance engineer, sales manager, IT manager, product manager, team leader, and for the last 9 years, he has been managing the Estonian unit of the international technology company Cisco.

Madis Pärn

Systems Engineer at Dell EMC

Madis is an IT veteran with 30 years of experience. He has been involved in various IT areas from software development to infrastructure solutions, and has worked for both local and large multinational companies such as Oracle. For the last 15 years, Madis has been building business-critical IT infrastructure systems for clients in Estonia, the Baltics and the Nordic countries at Dell EMC.

Mariusz Rybusiński

Senior Systems Engineer for Poland and the Baltics at Veeam

Mariusz is a Senior Systems Engineer at Veeam and the MVP for Cloud and Data Centre Management at Microsoft in Poland. He has been working in the IT sector for over 15 years and is currently employed at Veeam’s Polish branch. Mariusz provides support to the largest technology projects in Central Eastern Europe in managing and securing their virtual environment. He specialises in data centre infrastructure, where he holds several certifications (MVP, MCT, MSCE: Private Cloud, MCITP, MCTS, VCP6, VMCE, CKA).

Ramsés Gallego

International Chief Technology Officer at CyberRes, a Micro Focus line of business

With an MBA and a law degree, Ramsés is a security professional with more than 22 years of experience and in-depth knowledge of risk management. Ramsés’ job at Micro Focus is to define the vision and mission, purpose and values of the CyberRes department. Most recently, he was a strategist and evangelist for the CTO Office in partnership with Symantec and holds the following professional accreditations: CISM, CGEIT, CISSP, SCPM, CCSK, ITIL, and COBIT Foundation. Ramsés is also the Vice-President of the Quantum World Association, and a flag has been flown in his honour at the US Capitol.

Simmo Soomets

CEO at Thermory

Simmo has over 23 years of leadership experience. He started in external relations at Hansapank, and for many years he managed companies in the printing industry, then the manufacture of crystal chandeliers in Estonia by the Swedish company Krebs Stockholm, and the Swedish food processing equipment group Sveba-Dahlen in the Baltics, China and Hong Kong. Today, he has been the head of the Thermory AS group, the world’s largest manufacturer of thermowood, for almost 2 years.

Toni Pohjavirta

Toni Pohjavirta, Technical Director of Northern European Collaboration Solutions at Cisco

Toni has more than 15 years of experience as a collaboration solution architect and consultant. He has worked with all modern cloud platforms, as well as private clouds, enterprise networks and enterprise security, having a good understanding of the challenges organisations face both today and tomorrow. He offers a fresh perspective on how collaboration should be at the heart of every business, being integrated into business processes.

Tarmo Uba

Director Channel Management - Small and Midsize Business (SMB), CEE Multi Country region at Microsoft

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PROGRAMME

PROGRAMME

If you would like to be among the first to receive information about the Digital Hub 2022 programme, speakers and registration, please leave us your contact information.

MAIN STAGE

8.30

Morning coffee

9.30

Main stage is opened
Opening words

Holger Haljand, Head of B2B at Telia EstoniaKaja Kallas, Prime Minister of Estonia

9.50

The Power of & (ENG)

Andreas Ekström, Journalist, writer and digital visionary

10.20

Reinvent Better Connected Living

Allison Kirkby, President and CEO at Telia Company

10.50

Opening discussion: The future of Estonian digital society

Rene Tammist, Development Manager at Utilitas OÜ and former Minister of Entrepreneurship and Information Technology
Kaimar Karu, entrepreneur and former Minister of Foreign Trade and Information Technology
Andres Sutt, Minister of Entrepreneurship and Information Technology of the Republic of Estonia
Moderator: Holger Haljand, Head of B2B at Telia Estonia

11.30

Break and expo

STREAMS

13.30

Lunch and expo

15.15

Expo

MAIN STAGE

16.00

Future Health: Remote Monitoring and Artificial Intelligence
Prof Derek O'Keeffe

16.40

Summary
Holger Haljand, Head of B2B at Telia Estonia

Guru Bar

Practical examples from EKSPO partners

Moderator: Peeter Marvet, Cyber-Security Evangelist at Vaimo


12.00

IT Outsourcing with Smarten. Positive and negative sides.
Jarko Lust, Smarten Logistics IT director

12.15


Mike Blomgren, LogPoint Sweden presale engineer

12.28

Do you really need to protect your servers from cyberthreats?

Indrek Turmen, Trend Micro security engineer


12.40


Micro Focus representative

12.52

PowerStore – is it really something more than just a drivestorage?
Madis Pärn, Dell EMC systemenginee

13.04


Jonathan Philip Howell, Smart Spaces and IoT Lead EMEA at Aruba

14.15

TSafe 5G – is it really possible?
Ahto Tomingas, Fortinet Balticum Technical Team Lead

14.28

How to Choose THE Right Cloud?

Claes Carlstedt, Fujitsu solutions seenior architect (online)


14.40


Lauri Makke, Cisco Estonia Cuntry lead, Artti Aston, Telia Estonia IT Customer Solutions Sales Manager.

14.52

Webscale vs Hyperconvergent (HCI) IT - Similarities and Differentiation (ENG)
Maxim Shaposhnikov, Nutanix Next Level Technologies lead (online)

15.04

Why should you start using Windows 11?
Kaarel Kalkun, Dell Channel Executive for Central Eastern Europe at Microsoft.

15.16

Data Continuity for Critical Applications (ENG)

Mariusz Rybusinsk, Veeam Senior System Engineer in Poland and Baltics (online)


16.00


Huawei representative

16.14

Securing the Virtual Cloud Network
Anders Krus, VMware

Digital Pub

16:45

20:00

Let's discuss what we experienced, share contacts and enjoy some food before we leave.


INSPIRING PRESENTATIONS AND DISCUSSIONS FROM LAST YEAR’S EVENT

Partners

Huawei

Huawei

LogPoint

LogPoint

LogPoint is committed to democratizing data insight and making the complex accessible. Our innovative SIEM, SOAR and UEBA technology accelerates cybersecurity detection and response, giving customers the freedom to collaborate and the insight to adapt. We enable organizations to convert data into actionable intelligence: supporting cybersecurity, compliance, IT operations and business analytics.

Cisco

Webex by Cisco

The future of work is hybrid. Webex powers a new way of collaborating that’s centered around the work you do, not where you do it—whether it’s in the office, at home, or anywhere in between.

webex.com

Microsoft

Microsoft

The Next Great Disruption Is Hybrid Work—Are We Ready?

According to Microsoft 2021 Work Trend Index: Annual Report

  • 46% - Percent of the workforce planning to move because they can now work remotely.
  • 5X - Remote job postings on LinkedIn have increased over 5X since the pandemic.
  • 148%- Weekly meeting time has more than doubled for Teams users since February 2020.
  • 40.6B- Increase in emails delivered in Feb. 2020 vs. Feb 2021.

The choices leaders make in this next phase of hybrid work will impact an organization’s ability to compete for the best talent, drive creativity and innovation, and create an inclusive work environment for years to come. If we embrace extreme flexibility, follow data insights, and continue listening closely to employee needs, together we can create a better future of work for everyone.

Find out more here.

Dell

Dell

Lead the future with secure, agile IT solutions. Digital transformation continues to accelerate. You need trusted, flexible, end-to-end IT solutions built to keep up. With Dell Technologies by your side, you can confidently innovate and adapt to take your organization further.

Micro Focus

Micro Focus

High Tech. Low Drama.

Micro Focus delivers the mission-critical software that keeps the digital world running. We combine pragmatism, discipline, and customer-centric innovation to deliver trusted, proven solutions that customers need in order to succeed in today’s rapidly evolving marketplace.

That’s high tech without the drama.

Oracle

Oracle

Our mission is to help people see data in new ways, discover insights, unlock endless possibilities.

Oracle offers secure, autonomous infrastructure in the Oracle Cloud which has all the services you need to migrate, build, and run all your IT, from existing enterprise workloads to new cloud native applications and data platforms.

For more information, please visit us at oracle.com/ee/cloud/

Fortinet

Fortinet

Fortinet secures organizations of all sizes around the world. Fortinet empowers its customers with intelligent, seamless protection across the expanding attack surface and the power to take on ever-increasing performance requirements of the borderless network. Fortinet Security Fabric architecture can deliver security without compromise to address the most critical security challenges, whether in networked, application, cloud, or mobile environments.

http://www.fortinet.com/

Fujitsu

Fujitsu

Organizations are eager to find new and better ways for IT infrastructure to keep up with the demand for new applications. Trying to manage all the separate clouds from private to public to edge clouds is a challenge of complexity.

However, Fujitsu can provide solutions that span all these clouds. And be Your trusted advisor during all the steps on the way.

HPE

HPE

HPE is a global, edge-to-cloud Platform-as-a-Service company built to transform your business.

How? By helping you connect, protect, analyze, and act on all your data and applications wherever they live, from edge to cloud, so you can turn insights into outcomes at the speed required to thrive in today’s complex world.

https://www.hpe.com/

Aruba

Aruba

Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, is a leading provider of next-generation network access solutions for the mobile enterprise. Aruba has repeatedly been recognized by 3rd party analysts as a leader in Wi-Fi 6, switching, SD-Branch and a visionary in data center networking. The world’s largest companies rely on Aruba to provide a secure, AI-powered edge services platform that spans across campus, branch, datacenter and remote working environments.

https://www.arubanetworks.com

Nutanix

Nutanix

Trend Micro

Trend Micro

Trend Micro, a global cybersecurity leader, helps make the world safe for exchanging digital information. Fueled by decades of security expertise, global threat research, and continuous innovation, our cybersecurity platform protects hundreds of thousands of organizations and millions of individuals across clouds, networks, servers, and endpoints.

See more, respond faster, and protect your most valuable assets with Trend Micro.

Trend Micro - Securing Your Connected World!

http://www.trendmicro.com/

Veeam

Veeam

Veeam® is the leader in Backup solutions that provides a single platform for modernizing backup, accelerating hybrid cloud and securing data. We make our solutions simple, flexible and reliable so customers are sure their data is protected and always available safely. Veeam has 400,000+ customers worldwide, including 82% of the Fortune 500 and 69% of the Global 2,000.

https://www.veeam.com

VMware

VMware

Adva

Adva

ADVA is a company founded on innovation and focused on helping our customers succeed. Our technology forms the building blocks of a shared digital future and empowers networks across the globe. For more information on how we can help you, please visit us at www.adva.com.

Pexip

Pexip

Pexip simplifies video communication across borders, businesses and platforms, enabling everyone to be seen, heard and included. Pexip is where teams and technology meet, simplifying video conferencing experiences and workflows. We help break down the barriers to improve video communication across teams and platforms.

https://www.pexip.com/try

RedHat

Redhat

We’re the world’s leading provider of enterprise open source solutions, using a community-powered approach to deliver high-performing Linux, cloud, container, and Kubernetes technologies. We help you standardize across environments, develop cloud-native applications, and integrate, automate, secure, and manage complex environments with award-winning support, training, and consulting services

Veritas

Veritas

Veritas enables organizations to harness the power of their information, with solutions designed to serve the world’s largest and most complex heterogeneous environments. Get industry-leading solutions that cover all platforms with backup and recovery, business continuity, software-defined storage, and information governance. Build a fully integrated multi-cloud strategy. Explore more.

OPSWAT

OPSWAT

OPSWAT is a global leader in critical infrastructure cybersecurity that helps protect organizations from malware and zero-day attacks. Trusted by over 1,000 customers worldwide, OPSWAT products focus on threat prevention and process creation for secure data transfer and safe device access, protecting infrastructure at all locations at all times.

Tenable

Tenable

Today, over 30,000 organizations around the world rely on us to help them understand and reduce cybersecurity risk. Our goal is to arm every organization, no matter how large or small, with the visibility and insight to answer four critical questions at all times: Where are we exposed? Where should we prioritize based on risk? Are we reducing our exposure over time? How do we compare to our peers? We are the Cyber Exposure company. Learn more:

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