V3 is hosting its 2014 Storage Summit from Tuesday 28 to Thursday 30 January.
On day two of the Summit, we will be talking to security specialist FireEye, to find out why traditional signature and encryption-based defences are not enough to prevent hackers accessing corporate data. We will also be hearing from analyst Ovum on the potential for small firms to get into big data analytics, due to decreasing storage costs.
On day one of the summit, we heard from the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) on how bad storage practices could see your firm fined £500,000. Tech startup DataSift also explained how it is managing the storage requirements for handling two billion social interactions every day.
From Tuesday to Thursday, the summit will feature industry experts, IT professionals and analysts, sharing their views on the key storage challenges for the year ahead, and the best ways to overcome them.
So bookmark this page and visit regularly between 28-30 January for advice, tips and technical detail on the best ways to invest your IT storage budgets this year, and how to maximise the value from your current storage resources.
And remember to sign up for our web seminar on Thursday at 11am, where HP's Tim Nolte, Quocirca's Clive Longbottom and Simon Liste, head of infrastructure (EMEA) for estate agent Savills, will be giving their own specialist advice on how to deal with the biggest storage challenges for 2014.
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