Gartner’s latest IT spending forecast shows that spending on cloud system infrastructure services (IaaS) will grow from $39.5 billion in 2019 to $63 billion through 2021. Our team has previously explored the many versions of cloud that can be implemented; the general advantages and challenges to each. Yet, private cloud remains the steady element in […]
Digital Planet Will Be At TechLive 2019
Digital Planet will take part of the new TechLive event on Thursday 21st February at Croke Park.
Established by TechCentral.ie, the ICT event, ‘How the Business of ICT will be done‘ is a new hybrid channel presenting a host of IT solution providers and top technology vendors, distributors and resellers that are developing expertise and solutions for today’s ever-changing IT market.
The free tech event will be held in the Hogan Suite at Croke Park on Thursday 21st February and will explore the rapid changes within the ICT industry, and the channel that serves Irish organisations.
Evros CIO Joe Brady, Head of Enterprise Architecture Martin Carry, and Evros Azure Principal Solution Architect Joe Carlyle will all sit on panels, discussing cloud computing, digital transformation and cyber security. The panels will be moderated by TechPro editor and TechFire chair Paul Hearns.
Cloud computing will be first in the afternoon session line-up and will be examined from the perspective of it being a foundation for Digital Transformation, including Regulation (GDPR), data fabrics, service mesh, server-less computing and AI platforms.
Digital Transformation will be explored from a practical perspective, for real world actions for Irish organisations. Topics of discussion will include: Cloud as a foundation for digital transformation, AI and automation, citizen developers, ready-made platforms, data as a service, restructuring for digital transformation, and unified communications.
And last but certainly not least, the cyber security panel will offer up a pragmatic look at the threat landscape to understand where threats are coming from and how best to expend resources to mitigate. This will include the discussion of the top security concerns for enterprise, Edge computing and security, Securing and enabling mobility, and emerging threats.
Please note: For attendees on relevant education tracks, the Irish Computer Society will award 10.5 continuous professional development points to attendees for the event.
To register for this free event, visit here.