Covering Cloud and Infrastructure, Cyber Security, Data Centre, Data Analytics, DevOps, and Unified Communications, all under one roof the free-to-attend event will see over 300 organisations exhibiting and over 300 seminar sessions conducted. The opening keynote this year comes from Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales (pictured), who will take to the stage on 7th October to discuss the current state and future of Internet privacy and online censorship.
Around the event, Data Centre Europe, open for the second year running, is designed for infrastructure decision makers to learn from the experts how to build leaner, more cost-effective, lower carbon data centres. The event will showcase solutions and strategies at the forefront of data centre technology, from green power and cooling systems to high-efficiency hardware and hosting. In addition, Data Analytics Europe will play host to key Big Data experts such as Mark Darbyshire, chief technology advisor at SAP UKI.
Brand new for 2015 is the Colocation and Managed Hosting Zone, an exclusive area for anyone looking into new colocation or hosting technologies. Exhibitors including Aegis Data, Colt and Volta will showcase their latest technologies and will also take part in a Q&A.
Cloud and Infrastructure Europe will showcase the next generation of cloud and infrastructure solutions currently available for enterprises. The event will allow IT professionals to discover how they can meet the rapidly growing storage and processing demands of big data, remote working, video communications and other 21st century business requirements. Cloud technology workshops will instruct visitors on how to increase efficiency and scale IT on-demand by giving insight and solutions that companies need for private, hybrid or public cloud providers. Keynote speakers include industry heavyweights such as Mark Russinovich of Microsoft and Matt McNeill, head of Google’s cloud platform.
Meanwhile, Cyber Security Europe will host workshops to discuss the world of organised cybercrime and the growing threat of system breaches. Expert insights and solutions will be demonstrated to help IT professionals to protect their business and customers from a cyberattack. Keynote speakers include Mikko Hypponen, F-Secure’s chief research officer and Phil Zimmerman, founder of Silent Circle with Rik Ferguson, VP of Security Research for Trend Micro.
Visitors will also have the opportunity to take part in live demonstrations at various points around the event, including the popular Cyber Hack.
DevOps Europe, the industry’s only free-to-attend event for the DevOps community, will explore the key opportunities and challenges arising in the relatively new industry and help businesses to bring development and operations teams together to eliminate duplicated effort, increase efficiency and speed up key processes.
New to this year’s IP EXPO Europe is Unified Communications Europe, which will give IT leaders and professionals all the insight and technology required to build a world-class UC strategy.
Meet-ups will be taking place across the show floor and a collaboration with London Oktoberfest will fuel networking across the three main bar areas, with free beer and snacks for an hour. Following the success of 2014, IP EXPO Europe’s tenth year is set to be a memorable one, ideal for businesses looking to embrace digital transformation.
Register now for FREE at www.ipexpoeurope.com