Day two of the V3 Cloud & Infrastructure Summit is now up and running, culminating in a live panel debate with Dell on Identifying the cost benefits of a strategic approach to enterprise backup and recovery at 11:15am.
Registration is free of charge and all the content is available to watch on demand.
We begin at 9:35am with Ben Naylor, innovative technology transformation manager for Belron discussing the firm's journey to the cloud.
Next, Rolta’s Richard Martin, executive vice president for engineering and operational excellence solution, will talk at 10:10am about why operational performance management in the cloud is on the up.
Then at 10:40am, Simon Tarry, director of engineering strategy at Ticketmaster, will discuss his organisation’s move to the cloud and why an engineering mindset could be holding firms back.
We end at 11:15am with a live panel debate with Dell on enterprise back-up and recovery and why it cannot be overlooked by businesses, especially as the move to the cloud continues.
We’ll be joined Peter de Vente, systems consultant at Dell, and Andy Boura, senior information security architect at Thomson Reuters, who will offer their insights on this vital topic.
Make sure you sign up now and remember everything is available to watch on demand at a time that suits you. Registration also give you access to the white papers produced for the summit to download and read.
Day one available to watch on demand now
All of the content from the first day is now available to watch again on demand. We began with a fascinating panel debate on deciding when a cloud first strategy is right for you.
This saw Richard Godfrey, former assistant director of Digital Peterborough at Peterborough Council, Simon Tarry, director of engineering strategy at Ticketmaster, and Paul Davies, technical director at Coreix offer their thoughts on this key topic, with many points of discussion raised.
After that David Wilde, executive director for place operations and chief information officer at Essex County Council, gave a talk on 'The power of information sharing in a multi-agency environment'.
Then NaviSite chief technology officer, David Grimes explained about 'Hybrid management for hybrid clouds', helping make sense of some of the confusion around hybrid clouds and the benefits this deployment model can offer.
Finally Mark Evans, head of IT at property practice Rider Levett Bucknall, discussed how his firm is using cloud as part of its Zero Infrastructure initiative.
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