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Weekly Digital Digest

Monday 11 May 2020

Cloud IT infrastructure spending to touch $70 billion

Cloud computing has surged in recent years, changing the way people communicate, manage data and do business. Billions of private and business users take advantage of the on-demand technology

Siemens cooperates with Atos and Nexthink

Turning data into experience.

Vendor contract renegotiations are time-consuming

Ivanti has published findings of a new survey which studied IT challenges and the benefits of taking a unified approach to IT management. The resulting data shows vendor management and contract negotiation are particularly time-consuming endeavours...

Xilinx teams with leading universities

World-class research clusters at top universities to spearhead novel research into all areas of adaptive compute acceleration.

One in six countries shut down the internet last year

Independent analysis surveys the methods frequently used by governments to enforce internet shutdowns as a means of manipulating public opinion. The research was carried out with the help of internet freedom monitor NetBlocks and digital rights...

A faultering frontline?

Research by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services, sponsored by ThoughtSpot, shows only 7% of organisations are fully equipping their teams with...

Tectonic shift to the cloud well underway; despite Covid-19 delaying current projects

2020 is set to be a momentous decade for cloud networking, as enterprises are committed to embedding cloud-first strategies in their...

COVID-19 lays bare the disadvantages of the digital divide

The public and private sectors must act now to enable access to critical services, tackle social exclusion, and enable career mobility for the offline population.

Research highlights IT's biggest challenges

7/10 IT admins recognise responsibility for ensuring sustainable, environmentally friendly practice.

 
 


Managed Services Summit goes Virtual!

In light of the postponement of many live events due to the global climate, including the European Managed Services Summit which was pushed back from May, to October, we are delighted to announce the launch of Managed Services Live.

A free to attend Online Summit, Managed Services Live will take place on 10th and 11th June and will ensure the managed services industry is kept informed, connected and engaged - digitally!

Key elements of the online summit include:

  • Addresses key issues faced by MSPs today
  • Four 2-hour online summit sessions spread over 2 days
  • 10-minute interactive presentations – learn from experts in the industry
  • Recorded product demonstrations
  • Live audience questions
  • Enhanced discussion and audience interaction
  • Moderated live video panel sessions
  • Sponsor digital booths (introductory video, company content, lead generator, 1-to-1 video meeting with attendee facility)
  • Live private video meetings between two or more attendees
  • After the live event, recorded sessions and sponsor promotional materials made available for 3 months

Register to attend for free

'Qualifying delegates' register to attend for free at https://live.mshsummit.com using the promo code MSS-DW

Become an event partner

Partners will have the opportunity to present at the summit, feature heavily on all marketing material, have a digital sponsorship booth allowing you to have an introduction video, company content, the opportunity to receive enquiries from the event participants and arrange live one on one video meetings with participants.

DOWNLOAD MEDIA PACK

To find out more about the packages we have available, please contact sukhi.bhadal@angelbc.com or peter.davies@angelbc.com.

 

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