ECC

Enterprise Cloud, DevOps and Datacentre Management Conference

26 September 2018

Victoria Park Plaza

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SEMINARS

26 September 2018

The Seminars will take place from 12.15 – 13.00.
Delegates will be able to attend one seminar at the event. No pre selection is required – delegates will be able to select which session they attend onsite.

SESSIONS

SEMINAR 1
Overcoming Shadow ICT: Getting Control of Your Cloud

Shadow IT presents a significant threat to your business, from the lack of visibility and security over information to the potential impact it can have on your customers. Join this session to discuss the lesser known risks associated with Shadow IT and how your business can overcome these?

SEMINAR 2
Challenges and Solutions to Big Data in the Cloud

With the rise of powerful Cloud-based technologies, how can businesses capitalise on analytics tools to deliver advantage, better monitor performance and sharpen business intelligence and insight.

 

SEMINAR 3
Building Resilience: Back-up and Recovery Made Simple

Data is growing exponentially and while some businesses may have questions about security and performance of cloud – there are some areas where using the Cloud can make a lot of sense. These areas include back-up and disaster recovery. This seminar looks at how your organisation can ensure business continuity in the Cloud.

 

SEMINAR 4
The Next Generation of Apps

As powerful as it is, Big Data on its own does not deliver any real value. The benefits it can bring to a business are only now starting to be considered by most organisations. This session looks at the next generation of apps that are so necessary or desirable that it proves the core value of Big Data and the advantages it will deliver to you and your organisation.

 

SEMINAR 5
Is Cloud too powerful to Ignore? Defining a Cloud Strategy for Transforming Business

Cloud Computing has reached a level of maturity and critical mass that today puts it firmly on the agenda of IT Directors. Aside from the obvious flexibility and efficiencies it offers, what can cloud really do for your business? How can it help you deliver tangible benefits and create new revenue streams? We consider:

  • How to use cloud to drive (and deliver) commercial and competitive advantage
  • Choosing the right cloud platform for your business
  • Balancing security and accessibility requirements
  • How to extract the maximum value from your service provider

 

SEMINAR 6
Mobility and Unified Communications: Common Pitfalls and how to avoid them

Cloud is a key enabler for greater collaboration and social business, helping to reduce operative and capital expenses. This seminar will explore the pressures and challenges that businesses face when they implement enterprise mobility and unified communications services, and advise on how to avoid common problems and pitfalls.  

 

SEMINAR 7
Cloud Security: Understanding the Issues and Protecting Your Enterprise

Processing and storing sensitive data in the Cloud can create security concerns. This seminar explores the top threats to your data security, and explores how you can better protect your enterprise.

 

SEMINAR 8
Social Media, CRM and the Cloud

We explore how Cloud integration if defining the future of social media and CRM.

 

SEMINAR 9
Delivering Instant Scalability to cater for Rapid Business Growth

This seminar explores how businesses can implement a fast, stable and resilient network infrastructure to cope with growing business demands and needs.

 

SEMINAR 10
Unlocking Savings for Enterprise: Cloud, Network Function Virtualisation and Software Defined Working

This session will explore how Cloud is driving Software Defined Networking, consider what cost-savings and benefits SDN can bring to the modern connected enterprise, and look at successful examples of deployments and implementations.