SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS
Infocomm is one of the most diverse and rapidly evolving industries in the marketplace today. The SCS Special Interest Groups help members to stay focused on the latest developments in hot and emerging trends and technologies. In addition to a host of exclusive SIG membership privileges, each SIG connects you to like-minded professionals, best practices, and learning opportunities that will expand your professional network, technical knowledge, as well as soft skills.
SIG membership includes:
- Significant discounts on the registration for the SIG's events
- Opportunity to network with leading visionaries and technology experts in your field
- Free tickets to selected conferences and events
- Priority registration to the SIG's events
Explore and join our SCS Special Interest Groups today:
- Augmented Reality/ Virtual Reality SIG (AR/ VR)
- Enterprise Architecture SIG (EA)
- Free and Open Source Software (FOSS)
- Infocomm Security (IS)
- Supply Chain Management (SCM)
- Technopreneurship (TNR)
The AR/VR SIG aims to promote and grow the collective knowledge and applied professionalism in AR/ VR in Singapore and SEA, so as to level up our local capabilities and companies to create new levels of experience with this new generation of digital media.
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The discipline of Enterprise Architecture (EA) must be embraced at every level in an organization to the point of a company-wide cultural shift. EA-SIG intents to equip its members with the knowledge to minimize costs and maximize profits by improving efficiency and increasing stakeholder values.
The sharing of knowledge begets new knowledge. For this reason, EA SIG will be organizing various events featuring a diversity of industry professionals as a networking platform for exchanges of ideas and practices, meeting of the like-minded and sharing of knowledge.
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Open source is helping to change the world with its collaborative and sharing approach. In recent years, the phenomenon of open source being an important platform for innovation has become very apparent in the world of information technology. The huge toolbox of open source software is providing accessible technologies to everyone, from individuals to enterprises. The SIG aims to bring the world of open source to members through education and encourage engagement with the larger communities. Members can learn about what is FOSS, how they can create and innovate using FOSS, share experience, and collaborate with others.
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The Infocomm Security SIG focuses on knowledge sharing & networking and identifying, developing and retaining capabilities and talent. It is also committed to be the voice of the infocomm security professionals in Singapore as it encourages collaboration and participation from the community in the government and private sectors.
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The SCM SIG works in tandem with the business community to understand their supply chain business and operational requirements. It provides members with recommendations on suitable technology innovations to support and enhance the productivity of their supply chain-leading business. The SIG also supports professionals seeking to advance their careers by helping them to bridge the gap of IT knowledge and business applications in supply chain management practices.
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The TNR SIG aims to address the growing relevance of Technopreneurship in Singapore and to promote and nurture a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship endeavours among infocomm professionals. The SIG will be organising mentorship and networking programmes for tech start-ups specifically the Business to Business segment. There will also be seminars, dialogues and partnership with other industry bodies to help start-ups.
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