Date: 10 May 2021 (Monday)
Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm
PDU: 2 (Technical Stream: 1, Strategic & Business Stream: 1)
Speaker: Mr. John Yeung
Language: English
Fee: PMI HK Member: HKD 180
Non PMI HK Member: HKD 280
Status: Closed
Remarks: As a prevention measure against the spread of COVID-19, The seminar will be delivered online with Zoom (Guideline). Please contact PMI HK admin at or 2784 1880


About the Topic:

Many companies have started leveraging cloud technologies to achieve agility, scalability, resilience and even driving innovation. However, many of the companies face challenges when they start determining their cloud journeys. Good planning would help to ensure a better cloud adoption and implementation. People joining this session will learn some common cloud strategies and adoption patterns, with reference to some real-life case studies. They will also learn how these emerging technologies can drive business developments and achieve business goals.


  • Cloud Models, Pros and Cons
  • Cloud Strategies and Adoption Patterns
  • Case Studies (Real-life Scenarios)
  • Cost Estimation for Migration Projects

About the Speaker:

Mr. John Yeung has more than 20 years experience in the IT industry, he enjoys working with customers to tackle different challenges in both business and technical perspectives, and helps them design solutions with cutting edge technologies to create value for their business developments. He held senior technical / management positions at various technology companies like AWS, IBM, Oracle and PCCW etc. Moreover, he is a booklover and a traveler, who likes to explore the world and understand different culture. He is also very curious and have an entrepreneurial mindset.

Remarks: Please fill in the required information and submit. A confirmation letter will be sent on 7 May 2021 (Friday) to all successful applicants. If you have any inquiries, please contact us at 2784 1880.

Reminder: As a courtesy, audiences are recommended to stay till the end of the seminar. PMI Hong Kong Chapter may consider not issuing PDUs to members if their attendance is less than 75% of the session.