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  • Panel: Hybrid Cloud: The future for the enterprise, or just hot air?
    Panel: Hybrid Cloud: The future for the enterprise, or just hot air?
    Peter Judge, TechWeek Europe; Malcolm Orr, Rackspace; Iain Balmer, EMC; Alex McDonald, SNIA Recorded: Mar 12 2014 57 mins
    Hybrid Cloud seems to many to be the obvious choice. No as insecure or inefficient as public cloud, nor as expensive or restrictive as private cloud. Yet is it really all its hyped up to be? And what of the alternatives?

    Join this expert panel as they discuss:
    - Is your cloud truly private? Is it truly Hybrid?
    - Is virtualisation masquerading as the cloud?
    - As companies abandon their private clouds, is public the future?
    - Is 2014 the year of Hybrid?
    - Is Hybrid getting smarter? Is hardware catching up?

    Attend this interactive session, ask your questions, voice your opinion and discover whether Hybrid cloud will truly be the future for your organisation, or just a load of hot air.
  • Storage 2014: Forecasting The Future of the Storage Industry
    Storage 2014: Forecasting The Future of the Storage Industry
    Peter Judge, TechWeek Europe, Glyn Bowden, Lucr Ltd, Richard Gordon, EMC UK, Bob Plumridge, SNIA Recorded: Dec 4 2013 56 mins
    2013 brought new and exciting ideas to the foreground of the storage industry. From Big Data Storage to Software-Defined Storage discussions raged on how we define them, how we use them and how they will integrate with the enterprise of today. But what will you need to know about next year?

    Join this panel of industry thought leaders as they discuss the future of Storage. Discover the latest trends that have been gaining traction throughout the year, what is emerging and what will you need to a adopt in 2014.
  • Discover the finalists of the Tech Success Awards 2013
    Discover the finalists of the Tech Success Awards 2013
    Peter Judge, Editor, TechWeek Eruope Recorded: Dec 2 2013 55 mins
    The Tech Success Awards are celebrating successful IT projects in the UK. We will unveil the winners of the 2013 edition during this live event presented by Peter Judge, editor of TechWeekEurope UK.
  • Looks Like Rain: Cloud Adoption Barriers for CIOs
    Looks Like Rain: Cloud Adoption Barriers for CIOs
    Ian Osborne, Intellect UK, Jagdeep Singh, Financial Times,Peter Clarke, Isle of Man Government Recorded: Oct 11 2013 56 mins
    Over half of CIOs said that the complexity of their current ICT estate was the main barrier to cloud adoption. At least according to a recent study published by NTT asking 300 different CIOs about their hurdles to cloud adoption.

    However with just 6% of these CIOs saying "no" outright to cloud, and 77% already having some kind of cloud in place, the need is still greater than the hurdles.

    So what can you do to help this process, and how can your organisation get around these barriers?

    Join this panel of experts as they discuss the realities behind some of these statistics, give general advice for cloud adoption and suggest how to get around some of the barriers, all from and for a CIO's perspective.
  • Panel: Today's Most Significant Cloud Computing Threats
    Panel: Today's Most Significant Cloud Computing Threats
    Peter Judge, TechWeekEurope; Dr. Jesus Luna, CSA; Dr. Alain Pannetrat, CSA; Justin Lute, Qualys Recorded: Oct 10 2013 57 mins
    Join our expert panel session with top-level speakers from the Cloud Security Alliance, Qualys and TechWeekEurope and get their opinion on what are today's most significant threats in cloud computing.

    The panelists will cover how some of the CSA projects on cloud accountability and cloud standardization can help organisations increase their security posture.
  • Panel: Your Network vs the World: Can You Win?
    Panel: Your Network vs the World: Can You Win?
    Tom Brewster, TechWeek; Wolfgang Kandek, Qualys; Andrew Wild, Qualys, Peter Wood, 1st Base Technologies Recorded: Aug 14 2013 57 mins
    With the emergence of new technologies and the consumerisation of IT, businesses have become more productive and more efficient than ever. However, these benefits come at a price, as the list of threats and vulnerabilities to an organisation's network are soaring to an unprecedented level. From financially motivated hackers, hacktivists and state-sponsored espionage to disgruntled employees, the list of threats is extensive. Join this panel to learn from some of the world's leading industry experts on how to keep your network secure.
  • Global Panel: Preventing Failure in a Private Cloud Implementation
    Global Panel: Preventing Failure in a Private Cloud Implementation
    Peter Judge, TechWeek Europe; JagDeep Singh, FInancial Times Limited; Jeanne Morain, Apollo Group Recorded: Aug 7 2013 58 mins
    The benefits of a private cloud are numerous; it’s customizable, scalable, secure and convenient. However, many private cloud projects can fail to reach their potential; be it from unpredictable setup and maintenance costs, blowing a project’s budget out of proportion, incompatibility with your infrastructure caused by an oversaturation of the market or the promise of ‘pre-packaged’ solutions that cannot address your needs.

    Join this global panel where industry experts will discuss the pitfalls of private cloud implementation and will suggest:

    · Best practices for preparing your current infrastructure for a private cloud project
    · Which solution and vendor is right for you?
    · How to leverage virtualization for your private cloud
  • Panel: BYOD: If You Cannot Fight it, How Will You Secure it?
    Panel: BYOD: If You Cannot Fight it, How Will You Secure it?
    Peter Judge, TechWeekEurope (moderator); Andi Scott, Incoming Thought; Robert Berlin, Fortinet Recorded: Jul 16 2013 56 mins
    Businesses around the world are observing a constant increase in the amount of employees bringing their own devices to work. The trend has become so significant that the term "BYOD" can no longer be ignored by corporations.

    Up until now, businesses debating their BYOD policy have focused on three key aspects: flexibility, convenience and productivity. However, new research goes much further than these simple needs. As we live in a constantly connected world, scientists are discovering distinctive addiction patterns in the brains of device users. There is now evidence that preventing someone from using their device can increase levels of stress and nervousness.

    With such strong connections between people and devices, it is impossible to try and resist the BYOD trend. If you can't fight it, how will you secure it?
  • Panel: Active Defense: Preventing a Breach and Hacking Back
    Panel: Active Defense: Preventing a Breach and Hacking Back
    Tom Brewster, TechWeek; David Willson, Titan Infosecurity Group; Vladimir Jirasek, Cloud Security Alliance; Paul Brettle, HP Recorded: Jun 12 2013 55 mins
    How do you respond when your organisation has been breached and law enforcement is unable to help?

    More and more companies are turning from a reactive response to breaches to a proactive one: preventing a breach before it happens and hacking back. This panel session will feature 4 experts discuss these topics in-depth, from its technical to legal implications.
  • Data Center, Meet Your Software-Defined Future
    Data Center, Meet Your Software-Defined Future
    Peter Judge, TechWeek Europe; Ken Spear, HP Software; Mike Clayville, VMware Recorded: May 15 2013 56 mins
    The data center can be fully virtualized, and the future of software-defined data centers (SDDC) is coming faster than you think. The Software-Defined Data Center is a unified data center platform that will help you transform the way you deliver IT with unprecedented automation, flexibility, and efficiency.

    Join our expert panelists while they examine the industry evolution of software-defined data centers and learn how to best identify the needed set of features and understand the concepts that make a software-defined data center truly revolutionary.

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