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Venue: The Waldorf Hilton, London
OUTCOMES OVER INFRASTRUCTURE: IAAS IS NOT ENOUGH
Cloud computing is causing a rethink and gradual change in how IT is consumed. Enterprises are increasing their use of third-party vendors to host business services using private and public tenant options to complement or replace on-premise systems. To crack this next wave of cloud buyer opportunity, suppliers will need to raise their IQs. Outcome-based business service delivery is what buyers are telling 451 Research they want. Consequently, the stakes are changing for a majority of service providers - delivering IaaS as a hosted or on-premise function is necessary but no longer sufficient.
Date: 25 June, 2015
Venue: Victoria Park Plaza Hotel, Victoria, London, UK
Please do enter the registration code 'NTTUC' on the form.
Date: 7-8 October, 2015
Venue: Excel London
IP EXPO Europe is Europe’s leading cloud and IT infrastructure event for those looking to find out how the latest IT innovations can drive their business.
The event showcases brand new exclusive content and senior level insights from across the industry, as well as unveiling the latest developments in IT.
Date: 13 October, 2015
Venue: The Old Billignsgate, London
With over 50 exhibitors, 50 leading presenters and 2,000 expected visitors, the ‘London Law Expo 2015’ will offer four stages delivering keynote presentations, panel discussions, knowledge sessions, live debates, round table sessions, exhibitions and interactive demonstrations to offer legal management a leading edge in today’s modern marketplace.
Venue: The Waldorf Hilton, London
EFFECTIVE EFFICIENT DATA CENTRES IN THE AGE OF CLOUD
Data centres are changing rapidly, driven by a number of contiguous trends. These include commercialization, professionalism, the move toward services and cloud, the need to drive down costs and increase efficiency, and various technical innovations. Our view is that innovation – especially in IT fields such as processing power, memory and storage, and connectivity – will continue through the next decade. Demand will be equally strong or stronger. Fueled by innovation and the spread of technology geographically and throughout society, demand for IT will just keep rising. It is quite likely that as mobility and the Internet of Things spread, that growth will be even greater. For the data centre industry, this means that any disruptions will be in a context of expansion, not contraction, and it is likely it be primarily driven by competition between sectors of the market, not by any structural decline or external force.
Date: 8-12 November, 2015
Venue: Barcelona, Spain
With a robust agenda of the hottest topics in IT and business, industry defining mastermind keynotes, hundreds of solution providers and the opportunity to network with more than 4,000 peers Symposium/ITxpo is the world's most important gathering of CIOs and senior IT executives.
Date: 1-2 December, 2015
Venue: The Oxford Belfry Hotel, Oxford, United Kingdom
As European markets recover from the economic downturn and as business grows, Heads of Data Centre are under increased pressure to upgrade current infrastructure to reliably deliver quality and cost-effective IT services.
With a renewed focus on improved levels of productivity and innovation, the 6th Data Centre & Infrastructure Dialogue will ensure in-depth coverage on mobile, storage and cloud forces which impact data centres performances. Heads of Data Centre will discover how to successfully select and prioritise pioneering solutions to position data centre strategies at the core of their business and use it as a competitive edge.
Date originally broadcast: 23th April, 2014 10:30
Time: 10:30 GMT
Venue: On-demand webcast
Join this interactive webinar and explore the implications of Ed Snowden’s revelations on technology contracts.
Len Padilla, Vice President Product Strategy, NTT Communications will join the panel and share unique findings from an NTT study among 1000 ICT decision-makers in large companies in France, Germany, Hong Kong, the USA and United Kingdom.
• Mark Lewis, Head of Commercial, BLP
• Jamie Liddell, Editor of Outsource
• Len Padilla, Vice President Product Strategy, NTT Communications
Date originally broadcast: Tuesday 25th March 2014
Time: 15:00 GMT
Venue: On-demand Webcast
From UC to UCaaS - What you need to know
During this live webcast, IDC will present intelligence from ongoing market data research, as well as survey results conducted among European organizations. These insights will help you understand the main drivers, barriers and recommendations for enterprises considering implementation of UC as a Service.