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Mr. Jack Uldrich
Global Futurist and Best-Selling Author
Jump the Curve

Jack Uldrich is a renowned global futurist and the author of ten books, including the award-winning bestsellers - The Next Big Thing is Really Small: How Nanotechnology Will Change the Future of Your Business, and Jump the Curve: 50 Strategies to Help Your Company Stay Ahead of Emerging Technology. His most recent works include: Unlearning 101: 50 Lessons in Thinking Inside-­Out the Box, and Higher Unlearning: 39 Post-­Requisite Lessons for Achieving a Successful Future.

Jack is the Founder and "Chief Unlearning Officer" of The School of Unlearning - an international leadership, change management, and technology consultancy dedicated to helping businesses, governments, and non-profit organizations prepare for and profit from periods of profound transformation. Clients include Fortune 100 companies, venture capital firms, and state and regional governments. Uldrich is also a regular contributor on emerging technologies and future trends for a number of publications, including The Wall Street Journal, Leader to Leader, The Futurist, BusinessWeek, The Scientist, CityBusiness, The Futures Research Quarterly, and TechStation Central.

Jack is a frequent speaker on the technology, change management, and leadership lecture circuits, and has addressed numerous businesses, trade associations, and investment groups around the world, including IBM, Cisco, USAA, General Electric, Wipro, Verizon, General Mills, Pfizer, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. He is also a regular guest on CNBC, MSNBC and CNN.

Uldrich, a former Naval Intelligence Officer and Defense Department official, also served as the Director of the Minnesota Office of Strategic and Long Range Planning under Governor Jesse Ventura.


Mr. Bill Chang
EVP, Business Group

Bill Chang joined SingTel in November 2005 as Executive Vice President of Business Group. The Business Group serves SingTel's domestic and global corporate customers with a full range of Info-Communication Technology (ICT) services.

Bill has more than 18 years management experience in leading ICT companies and is actively involved in industry Committees, task forces and advisory work.

Bill is currently a Board member of the Workforce Development Agency (WDA), Chairman of Grid Comms Pte Ltd and Deputy Chairman of the Singapore Polytechnic Board of Governors. He also sits on the Advisory Committee of Singapore Management University School of Information Systems and Nanyang Polytechnic School of Engineering.

Bill was a member of the ICT sub-committee which was part of the Government's Economic Review Committee (2003), SiTF Councillor (2002/2004), Chairman of SiTF-AAC Internet Data Centre Committee (2001), and executive committee member for Think Tank (1999/2000). Bill received the National Day Public Service Medal Award for his contributions to the Singapore's workforce development in 2007.

Before joining SingTel, Bill was the Managing Director of CISCO Systems' Advanced Services Group in Asia Pacific. He was responsible for the company's operations in 13 regional countries.

Bill graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) degree in Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering from Monash University in 1990. He is married and has two children.


Mr. Irving Tan
Managing Director, Asia South

Irving Tan is the General Manager for Asia South at Cisco which includes Singapore, Malaysia,Brunei, Indonesia and Thailand. He leads the cross functional Cisco Asia Business Council to drive transformational road maps at both the country and regional level.

Irving was previously the Director for Enterprise & Strategic Projects and worked with governments around the region to help them identify ways to take advantage of ICT as a key enabler of national transformation. He also headed Cisco’s business with key enterprise verticals such as Financial Services, Tourism, Retail and Construction (TREC).

Formerly, Irving was in Cisco's Internet Business Solutions Group (IBSG) where he worked with C-level executives in the top service providers in Asia to help them find ways to improve profitability by driving new services, improving go-to-market approaches, and creating operational efficiencies through productivity initiatives.

Prior to joining Cisco, Irving was a principal at A.T. Kearney a leading management consultancy specializing in mergers & acquisition and merger integration in the Communications and Hi-Tech industry. He also spent time with the Hewlett-Packard Corporation where he was Business Unit leader for its Communications and Media Solutions Group in the Asia Pacific and Japan region.

Irving holds an MBA and a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from the Nanyang Technological University.


Mr. Paul Harapin
VP, Business Development & Cloud, Asia Pacific Japan

Paul Harapin is the Vice President, Business Development & Cloud for VMware Asia Pacific Japan. Since joining VMware in 2005 as the Managing Director of the Australia New Zealand Region, Paul built VMware in this region from a start-up to one of VMware’s fastest growing organisations globally, with offices in all major capital cities. His experience includes local and international positions within Asia and the USA. He has a unique track record in building and running large multi million dollar businesses over the past 25 years.

Having established Australia and New Zealand as the most virtualised region in the world, Paul moved into his current role, overseeing VMware’s expansion into new solution areas such as Systems Management, Application Development, Social Collaboration and End User Computing. He also holds responsibility for building a public cloud business in conjunction with the region’s most important Service Providers, Hosting and Managed Services companies as key partners. Finally, Paul holds responsibility for the partnerships with global and regional consulting and integration partners, establishing VMware based practices to offer services, consulting and outsourcing to the regional markets.

Paul's experience includes the establishment of major Software vendor Tivoli Systems from start up through full integration with the IBM Corporation, and Micromuse, since also acquired by IBM. Paul successfully started his own Managed Network Service Provider Company in Singapore, later growing into Australia.

He is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Australian CEO Forum. Paul has been judged one of Australia’s Top 10 Most Influential People in Technology for the past two years by SmartCompany Magazine.

Paul is an advisory Board member for the Cambodian Children's Trust, a not-for-profit group assisting Australian supported Orphanages in Cambodia and has worked extensively with Sunrise Childrens' villages and Australian Cambodian Foundation. Paul is the current Chairman of National Adoption Awareness Week, a 1,000 member NGO.

Paul is also on the Board of Green Kids Global working to provide sustainable futures for vulnerable children worldwide by developing ‘'Eco Villages' or self-sustaining communities. He is on the Board of the Foundation for IT Sustainability, a not-for-profit organisation and Green IT labelling initiative designed to educate and recognise organisations that are doing their part to reduce their carbon footprint through the implementation of power management and virtualisation technology.

Paul holds a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Sydney. He has four young children, and is actively involved in their academic and sporting endeavours.


Mr. Geoff McClelland
Program Director
CIO Connect HK

Geoff has over 25 years' experience in Information Technology and Telecommunications (IT&T), having held senior roles or consulting extensively in a number of industry sectors; notably in Telecommunications, Petroleum, IT, Finance, Defence, Retail and Hospitality. Always having a strong technology focus, Geoff has held traditional IT&T staff roles as well as broader R&D, strategic marketing and corporate planning positions.

From 2000, Geoff was the Group Enterprise Architect for Dairy Farm International; then the VP Technology - Hotel Development for Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group; more recently, he continues to provide IT governance services to Jardine Matheson Limited.

Professionally Geoff's very strong background in Enterprise Architecture led naturally to IT strategy, governance and risk management. His successful transition into broader management roles outside of IT as a Business-Technology professional has heightened his understanding of the challenges faced by organisations in achieving convergence, not just alignment, of IT with the business.

Geoff is an Australian, married with two children and lives in Hong Kong. He holds a MBA in Finance from the University of Technology Sydney and is a Member of the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers), the Australian Computer Society (ACS) and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD).


Mr. Leroy Yau
Partner, Advisory Services
Ernst & Young

Leroy has over 16 years of IT/Business advisory and assurance experiences. Leroy is an Advisory Partner in Ernst & Young Hong Kong and has worked on a wide range of assignments covering IT strategy, IT due diligence, IT risks and assurance, IT security and privacy, business continuity planning, enterprise risk management, internal audit out/co-sourcing, regulatory compliance and corporate governance advisory.


Mr. Emil Chan
Cloud Computing SIG Chairman

With over 20 years' experience on IT and back-office operations of foreign banks in Asia Pacific, Emil is currently the China Managing Director of Greater China Capital and Council Member, Chairman of the Cloud Computing Special Interest Group of iProA. He graduated from the University of Northern Iowa with a Master of Business Administration. He is a Certified Trainer on Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and also a member of the ISACA with a certificate of CISA. Emil is the Chairman of the Hong Kong IBM User Group, a non-profit-making organization for the IBM users in Hong Kong to do networking and idea exchanges. He is also the chairman of the iProA Web Care Award since 2009. The campaign was established to encourage public and private organizations to build no-barrier web sites for the needy communities.


Mr. Egidio Zarrella
Senior Partner, Advisory

Edge Zarrella is a Senior Advisory Partner within KPMG's China practice. He brings a career spanning more than 20 years. His specialisations include Business and IT strategy, Business and Finance Transformation, outsourcing and offshoring. His key clients have included companies in Australia, Asia-Pacific and North America. Edge has also significant Asia Pacific experience in the countries such as Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines and China. He has worked across the region for over fifteen years. He is the global and regional lead partner for some of the firm's largest financial services and technology companies.

Edge had led many global and regional projects assisting clients in transforming their business and operations. He is a trusted advisor to senior executives and boards on the strategic use and development of information technologies. He has led many complex business and IT projects which involved significant change. He is well-versed in helping a client navigate through complexity and change.

CIO Panelists  

Mr. Wayne Moy
IT Director
DDB Group

Wayne Moy is the Asia Pacific Regional IT Director for one of the largest advertising companies in the world, DDB Worldwide. He works with the global CIO to implement corporate initiatives to about 20 offices in Asia Pacific. He's also worked for over 10 years in the television industry for STAR TV and CNN. He is currently working on a regional project to consolidate data centres and to migrate to cloud computing services.


Mr. Sunny Lee
Executive Director - IT
Hong Kong Jockey Club

Mr Sunny W K Lee joined The Hong Kong Jockey Club as Executive Director, Information Technology in July 2006. Mr Lee heads a team of about 500 IT professionals, to provide innovative technology solutions that contribute significantly to the Club's mission and strategic objectives.

Mr Lee has extensive IT experience gained in both Hong Kong and overseas. Prior to joining the Jockey Club, he spent 10 years at the Hong Kong and China Gas Company Limited (Towngas) where he was an Executive Committee Member and held a number of key positions at the Company, including Chief Information Officer of the Group and Chief Executive Officer of two strategic diversification businesses, iCare.com Limited and Towngas Telecommunications Company Limited.

Between 1990 to 1996, Mr Lee was Vice President and Systems Director of the Bank of America in Hong Kong, where he played a key role in building up IT capabilities to support the Bank's business expansion in Asia. He has also previously held key IT positions in the financial, management consulting and manufacturing industries in the USA.

Mr Lee has a long record of serving in many high level advisory committees in the academic, professional and community arena. As well as being a member of the Hong Kong SAR Digital 21 Advisory Committee, Mr Lee is Immediate Past President of the Hong Kong Computer Society. He was a recipient of Hong Kong's Ten Outstanding Young Digi Persons Award in 1999, the Asia CIO Award in 2002 and 2007, the China Top CIO Award in 2007, 2009 Asian IT Influencer by MIS Asia Magazine, and 2009 China Best Value CIO Award.

Mr Lee was appointed a Justice of the Peace in 2010 and was a torchbearer for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games torch relay in Hong Kong, representing Hong Kong's IT achievers.


Mr. Geofrey L. Master
Head of Business & Technology Sourcing Practice, Asia
Mayer Brown JSM

Geof is a partner in Mayer Brown’s Business & Technology Sourcing (BTS) practice and leads the BTS practice in Asia. He has broad experience in sourcing transactions, including the outsourcing of information technology and services and business processes and cloud computing, as well as supply chain and product sourcing. His experience in the area of information technology procurement and outsourcing transactions includes transactions involving infrastructure, applications maintenance, development and support, network management, telecommunications services, and help desk functions, as well as implementation and integration of major enterprise applications and systems. His experience in the outsourcing of business processes includes outsourcing human resources, finance and accounting, procurement, customer relationship management, and other business functions.

Geof has represented clients in a wide range of industries, including financial services, health care, consumer products, telecommunications, advertising and publishing, airline, manufacturing, chemical, energy, information technology, mining and natural resources, as well as governmental entities. His clients have ranged from start-up enterprises to national and global firms. He has worked with clients in all geographies.

Prior to joining Mayer Brown in 2001, Geof worked for over 10 years for Electronic Data Systems Corporation in various senior legal capacities, including five years as international general counsel with responsibility for all legal support requirements of EDS' non-US business.

Geof has been praised for his "incredible speed and accuracy" (Chambers USA 2010) and his "excellent business sense - his business judgment is as valuable on points as his legal judgment, so when it comes to negotiations, he always meets the other side's arguments head-on" (Chambers USA 2007). It has also been said of him that he is “in tune with commercial realities on the ground (Chambers USA 2008), and "can so instantly and confidently win clients' trust while at the same time driving totally hard bargains by charming the other side" (Chambers USA 2006).


New York University, LLM, Taxation, 1983 • The University of Texas School of Law, JD, 1979; Order of the Coif; Texas Law Review • LBJ School of Public Affairs, The University of Texas Austin, MPA, 1979 • The University of Texas at Austin, BA, with high honors, 1975; Phi Beta Kappa


Mr. Peter Blanks
CIO Asia
Noble Group

Peter Blanks is now the CIO of Noble Group in Asia and he is also a Senior Technology Executive with 18 years experience working in global financial services including HSBC, Standard Chartered Bank and Morgan Stanley in Europe, Asia and North America. Peter has held senior positions managing front and back office software application development, and enterprise infrastructure technology. He has extensive offshore development centre management and vendor management experience, as well as experience in implementing Listed Derivatives, Foreign Exchange, Institutional Equity, Investment Banking and Asset Management technology platforms.


Ms. Yen-Keng Choo
Programme Director, North East Asia
Group Technology & Operations
Standard Chartered Bank

Yen-Keng Choo is Programme Director, North East Asia for Standard Chartered’s global technology and operations function, based in Hong Kong.

Yen-Keng has over 10 years of experience in project management as well as alternative channel development and management gained in the financial services industry and management consulting in Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and other North East Asian countries.

She is responsible for developing and driving the Bank’s innovation strategy and agenda for Hong Kong, as well as leading alternative channel development for North East Asia. Under her leadership, the Bank successfully launched Breeze Home – Asia’s first iPhone application which supports Hong Kong home-buyers throughout their property purchasing journey with value-added and simple-to-use tools. She was also responsible for the development of iNeeds - an iPad application designed to support frontline sales staff in better engaging with customers, which was featured by Apple as a result of the Bank’s market leadership in the application of technology to deliver service innovation: http://www.apple.com/ipad/business/profiles/standard-chartered/

Yen-Keng's approach as a technology leader is to focus on delivering innovations that will provide an outstanding customer experience while balancing the unique dynamics of cost-effectiveness and ergonomic solutions.

Teams and projects under her leadership were recently acknowledged with two prestigious industry awards:

  • MIS Asia Information Technology Summit 2010: IT Excellence Award in the Best Business Enabler (private sector) category for Standard Chartered's Mobile Banking Vans Project.
  • Asian Banker Achievement Awards 2011: Technology Implementation Award for the Best eBanking Project for Standard Chartered's Online Banking Bill Payment project.

Technology Leaders  

Mr. Anshul Sadana
Senior VP, Customer Engineering
Arista Networks

Anshul Sadana has over a decade of experience in engineering management, design & software development in the networking industry. Anshul joined Arista in 2007 and is responsible for product definition and development priorities of Arista's next generation products. He also leads all systems engineering and customer advocacy functions.

Previously at Cisco, Anshul led the development of the Catalyst 4500 and 4900 product lines and also managed strategic customer relations.

Anshul has an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Illinois and an M.B.A. from the Wharton School of Business.


Mr. Olivier de Puymorin
CEO & Founder

Olivier de Puymorin founded Arkadin in 2001 and has over 20 years of telecommunications experience. As founder and CEO he has assembled a very experienced and knowledgeable Board of Directors, as well as a strong management team, and leads the company by providing consulting and insight into all aspects of Arkadin's business units.

Prior to Arkadin, Olivier founded Xpedite France in 1992, a reseller of Xpedite Systems, Inc.'s telecommunications services. He raised equity money from Apax Partners, grew the revenue to €15 million, claimed 35 of the CAC 40 as clients, and sold the business to Premiere Global Services, Inc. (NYSE: PGI). Prior to Xpedite, Olivier owned a series of successful companies involved in information distribution.

Olivier started his career as a private banker at Banque Worms then Finindus.


Mr. Calvin Ng
Country Manager, Hong Kong & Macau
Check Point Software

As Country Manager of Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. in Hong Kong & Macau, Calvin Ng is responsible for charting the overall sales strategy and operations for Check Point in Hong Kong & Macau. Additionally, he is responsible for driving North Asia renewal business.

A well-rounded executive, Ng has a proven track record and extensive experience in multiple disciplines, ranging from business development, channel management to sales and operations, bringing Check Point Hong Kong business portfolio to its heights.

Prior to his current appointment, Ng has over 13 years of experience in the IT industry and has a strong background in the security sector. He has been engaged in the IT industry across various capacities including product management, sales and marketing.

Ng holds a Bachelor(Honours) in Business Administration from the Lingnan University of Hong Kong.


Mr. Victor Wong
Regional Director, Hong Kong & Taiwan
Citrix Systems, Inc.

As Regional Director for Hong Kong and Taiwan, Victor Wong is responsible for developing the company's business, managing operations, and boosting revenue in these two important markets.

Before joining Citrix, Wong was Senior Director for SAP in Taiwan, where he spent two years managing sales, marketing and operations and achieved record performance levels for the company.

Previously, Wong held several regional roles for Business Objects including managing director, Hong Kong/Macau; Alliance Director, Greater China; and managing director, Taiwan. He was responsible for setting up the Business Objects office in Taiwan and developing the company's business from the beginning.

Wong has also worked for Siebel Hong Kong/Taiwan and SAS Hong Kong. In 1994 he was employed by US ERP software vendor, SSA, as director responsible for leading the sales and presales teams in Hong Kong.

Victor Wong started his career as a programmer in 1989. He graduated from City University of Hong Kong with major in Computer Studies. He also holds a postgraduate certificate of Engineering Business Management from the University of Warwick in the UK.


Mr. John McInerney
VP, Strategic Enterprise Services
Asia Pacific & Japan
Hewlett-Packard Company

John McInerney is Vice President of Strategic Enterprise Services for HP in Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ). John is responsible for the growth and development of innovative enterprise services in the region.

John's team provides services that enable customers to save costs, increase agility and achieve faster time to market so that they have more resources to drive innovation. They provide services through which customers can advance Enterprise Cloud Computing, Enterprise Security, Applications for Cloud and Mobility, Business Intelligence as well as Analytics.

Prior to joining HP, John was the Managing Director and CEO of CloudSphere, a private cloud hosting company in Australia. John was responsible for all aspects of establishing the business including venture funding, product design and go-to-market activities.

Previously John was the Group Managing Director and CIO at Telstra Corp, Australia's largest telecommunications company. During his tenure at Telstra, he led a five year, multi-billion dollar IT Transformation program covering all aspects of business support systems (BSS) and operational support systems (OSS).

John also led the re-design of Telstra's infrastructure to install server, storage, network and desktop virtualisation. He also developed a cloud computing environment and implemented lean software development techniques to drive innovation as well as efficiency.

The programs managed by John have been internationally recognized by institutions including the TeleManagement Forum and IT Service Management Industry.

John has also been active on international technology advisory boards with a focus on cloud computing, analytics and security.

John holds a Bachelor of Business degree from Monash University, Australia.


Mr. Drew Brandy
VP, Industry

Drew Brandy is Vice President of Inmarsat's Industry division, part of the Enterprise business unit, where he has commercial responsibility for the direct and indirect distribution of Inmarsat's voice, M2M and mobile broadband services in a range of market sectors and geographies.

Prior to joining Inmarsat in 2005, he gained extensive experience working in the telecommunications sector in both North America and Europe, and has held a variety of positions ranging from corporate strategy to business and market development.

Drew holds an undergraduate degree in sociology and communications from York University in Canada and undertook his MBA at Henley Management College.


Mr. Ajay Mishra
Co-Founder and Chief Customer Officer

Before MobileIron, Ajay co-founded enterprise wireless pioneer, Airespace, now part of Cisco. He defined the initial product requirements for the company's products, working hand-in-hand with 20 teaching customers. Ajay also chaired the WLAN-Mobile Convergence (WMC) task force within the WiFi Alliance and launched two new WMC certifications. Ajay is a frequent speaker on mobile convergence and its implications for the enterprise.

Before Airespace, Ajay ran product management for the Cisco Mobile Office Network (MNET). He integrated the acquisitions of JetCell and Exio, built the products team, and successfully launched the Cisco MNET solution at GSM World Congress in 2001. Ajay started his career as an engineer at Motorola, where he was part of the team that designed the world’s first commercial GSM handset in 1990. He was also instrumental in developing Motorola’s first CDMA handset in 1993.

Ajay has a MS in Computer Science from the University of Southern Mississippi and a MBA from the University of Chicago.


Mr. Tony Sandberg
Global Director, Service Provider Marketing
Polycom Asia Pacific

Tony Sandberg is Global Director, Service Provider Marketing, for Polycom. In his role, he is responsible for driving the company's strategic marketing initiatives for Polycom's Service Provider business and joint go-to-market with Polycom's Service Provider partners.

Previously, Tony held the position of Regional Marketing Manager, Service Providers, Polycom Asia Pacific, where he was responsible for driving all regional strategic marketing efforts, as well as the continued support and development of Polycom's close relationships with leading Service Providers in Asia Pacific.

Tony has over 15 years of experience within the telecommunications/IT industry focusing specifically on Service Providers and Enterprises. Prior to joining Polycom, Tony held several senior positions with Ericsson, including product and solutions management, business development, solutions sales and marketing and partnerships roles. During his time at Ericsson he successfully established teams and introduced new solutions to the market in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), North America and Asia Pacific.

Tony holds a Masters of Science in Business Administration and Economics from the University of Växjö Sweden.


Dr. Steve Smoot
SVP, Technology
Riverbed Technology

Stephen R. Smoot, Ph.D. runs the Riverbed Technology Institute which performs applied research and education on Riverbed products. He recently authored "Private Cloud Computing: Consolidation, Virtualization, and Service-Oriented Infrastructure". His work focuses on networking, optimization, and digital video and he holds degrees in Computer Science from UC Berkeley and MIT.


Mr. Omer Asad
Technical Director, CTO Office
Riverbed Technology

Omer Asad works in the office of the Chief Scientist where he focuses on Cloud Storage and Wide Area Namespace initiatives while also focusing on storage networking strategy. Prior to joining Riverbed, he served as a Senior Architect in the CTO's Office at NetApp. Omer holds a Masters degree in Computer Science from Duke University.


Mr. Peter Elsey
Director, Service Provider Alliances, Asia Pacific
Riverbed Technology

Peter started his working life as a software developer in the late 1970's. In the mid 1980's he had joined the external software development business of BT, which specialized in IT for the Airline and Logistics industries. He moved into IT Strategic Consulting and worked on extended engagements for several airlines, most notably for Lufthansa in Frankfurt.

In 1991 Peter relocated to Singapore to run BT's line of business for Travel & Transport and subsequently BT's CRM practice. In 2005-7 he was BT Head of IT Sales (Asia Pacific), which is where Peter first became aware of Riverbed.

Peter joined Riverbed in August 2007 to create and lead its Service Provider channel in Asia. SingTel has subsequently become a leading partner as Asian customers have increasingly chosen to adopt Riverbed WAN Optimisation via a Managed Service through a service provider.

Since Peter moved to Asia almost 20 years ago, he has always worked in regional roles, and has been able to develop a solid understanding of the opportunities and challenges faced by multi-national and small-to-medium sized enterprises as they tackle globalisation with its alternating periods of rapid change and growth, and occasional periods of economic challenge.


Mr. Richard Sheng
Regional Marketing Director, Enterprise Solutions, Asia Pacific
Trend Micro

As the Regional Marketing Director of Enterprise Solutions, Richard Sheng is responsible for the go-to-market strategy and business development of Trend Micro's Datacenter and Cloud Security solutions in Asia Pacific. Through regular engagements with enterprise customers, public sectors, and channel partners, Richard has broad experience and insight into the current perceptions and challenges faced by most organizations as they embark on the cloud computing journey.

Prior to this role, Sheng was the Director of Server Business Group at Microsoft Taiwan, and the initiator of Microsoft Taiwan Private Cloud Alliance.

Since joining Trend Micro in 1997, Sheng held various global product management and marketing roles, and was pivotal in leading Trend Micro's gateway and endpoint security solutions. He returned to Trend Micro in May of 2010.

Sheng holds Bachelor's Degrees in Computer Science and Economics from University of California, Santa Cruz.