Beginning tomorrow in London, the fifth annual Data Centres Europe Conference and Awards (www.datacentres.com/dce) has more than 300 executives registered to attend the two-day event, which provides a regional forum for data center, managed services, outsourcing and cloud computing businesses.
According to event organizers, BroadGroup (www.broad-group.com), the conference brings together industry professionals to inform, update, and provide insight into industry news and trends, as well as providing networking opportunities. According to the announcement, a quarter of the executives in attendance are "CXOs," meaning those at the level of chief technology officer or even chief executive officer.
"Once again we are delighted that our flagship event has sustained its lead in providing content, value and networking opportunities which this year will be unparalleled given the high percentage of CXOs attending," BroadGroup vice president Nicola Hayes said in a statement. "In addition to the conference and exhibition, this year's awards ceremony will be held in Trinity House, an historic but relaxed backdrop to network effectively at the supper and party complemented by a jazz quartet and the awards ceremony."
In its fifth year, DCE will focus this year on how enterprises can use technologies to improve their IT operations and minimize costs. Drawing on North American examples, leaders in IT across the European region will present organizations with the information they need to create frameworks to rationalise their most critical decisions in the year ahead.
Speakers include the CEOs of Digital Realty Trust, Equinix Europe, Interxion, TelecityGroup, as well as experts and speakers from organizations such as BroadGroup Consulting, Cisco, Cloud Data, eircom, the Green Grid and IBM.
The first day of the conference will be followed by the Awards Reception and Party will take place on the evening of 22nd April at Trinity House at Tower Hill in London.
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