Keynote Speaker

PhUSE are pleased to welcome Ian Khan as a keynote speaker for the inaugural PhUSE US Connect.

Ian Khan is a three times TEDx speaker and technology author and advisor. He is the author of a number of books including 'Cloud Wars', 'The Internet of Things (IoT) a Concise introduction', 'The Internet of Things and the Future of Innovation', 'Make Me Like You' and '21 Steps and Get Ahead'.  

Ian is an emerging technology and business speaker, deeply passionate about helping audiences simplify their understanding of technology and uncovering more value.

Ian has dedicated the last 20 years evangelizing technologies such as cloud computing, internet of things, business intelligence and artificial intelligence and technology in general. He is a frequent contributor to industry publications, including McGraw Hill Education, Huffington Post and Techvibes. Ian speaks at multiple industry events and has recently been part of Cloud Expo, IoT Expo, GTEC, ATX, BigData TechCon, Cloud Connect, CompTIA, Big Dat Expo and Data4Decisions.

Ian is also passionate about helping newer generations develop key technology understanding and he works with educational institutions and nonprofit organisations. Ian is a founding member of IOTAC (Internet of Things Association of Canada), Canada's only internet of things advisory group and nonprofit dedicated to providing a platform and advocacy support for IoT initiatives in Canada.

 

Ian's upcoming book is called 'Meaningful Conversations – Creating Value in the Era of Digital Transformation'. For more information on Ian and his work, visit his website.

 

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