This event was attended by Heads of Infrastructure and Operations drawn from 14 large organisations, both European/Global and UK based. The report focuses on the impact of new technology and business demands on the planning and design of data centres.
This workshop was attended by 11 CTO’s representing a cross section of industry sectors."Ideas are developed by discussion" - Workshop Delegate.
This workshop dinner discussion focussed on Green computing and was attended by 10 CTO's representing a cross section of industry sectors, and with user communities, varying between 2,000 and 20,000.
12 delegates from 9 organisations representing Central Government, Finance, Pharmaceutical and transport industry sectors shared their approaches to the challenge of Identity & Access Management project justification, implementation and maintenance.
Most businesses are faced with a shortage of really good architects particularly at an enterprise level.Representatives from 10 major organisations discussed solutions to the problem covering internal and external recruitment, training, development and retention.
This event used the forecast made by National Infrastructure Security Co-ordination Centre of Emerging Electronic Security Threats to 2010, and their implications for Corporate IT as the starting point for discussion. Fourteen delegates drawn mainly from major finance, retail, manufacturing, and utilities compared the realities of their own experience and plans for managing security risks. The workshop was to discussed strategy and futures of security, rather than technical details. The grow...
Attending organisations benefited from an expert-led presentation and Q&A opportunity clarifying categorisation, applicability and other requirements of the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive, which came into force in January 2007.The Environment Agency gave excellent input and provided much clarification, explanation, and additional information, making this a very informative workshop.
"Consumerisation is not just about cheap devices you can buy at Dixons or Currys." Consumer products and services have not traditionally been allowed in the Corporate environment but a number of individuals now see the possibility of using these to improve the flexibility and speed of response of the IS department as well as reduce costs.
With students turning away from careers in IT, how do we identify and attract talent? With degree pass grades as low as 40% are students leaving education with the skills necessary to make productive contributions to business challenges? Perhaps more importantly how do we incentivise and retain the capable few?
The Business user of today is far more concerned about how IT spend money and whether it is being done wisely to produce the best business benefit. ITIL Financial Management for IT Services guides you through this potential minefield to ensure your customers have an awareness of cost to promote the wise use of IT resources and make IT spending clearly visible to the entire organisation.
How does Business Intelligence (BI) fit into the quest for competitive advantage? BI focuses on maximum gain and is evolving from reactive technology in data warehousing. With roots at a department level, to one that is more persuasive and strategic, it is crucial that it offers your business the ability to provide critical information relating to trend detection, business issues and marketing opportunity development. BI use is on the increase, but it is still suffering with the same histo...
This event examines the way different organisations utilise Domino / Lotus Notes through their business and their approaches to using further add-ons or alternative point solutions. Approaches to upgrades over the next couple of years are also covered. All delegates had many years experience of Lotus Notes.