Taking place on 20 October, 2016, Datacloud Nordic will assess the energy, scalability, security, architecture and software challenges confronting data centres, as well as the transition to cloud.
The one-day industry event will include an impressive line-up of guest speakers from leading Nordic and international players and will feature the latest findings from a special regional report based on BroadGroup research.
Philip Low, Managing Director of BroadGroup said: “The Datacloud forum aims to explore the very latest in technologies and markets, offer inspiring insights and thought-provoking points of view for companies seeking a better way of hosting and collocating in the new reality of a data-driven and cloud-connected world.
“The event attracts interest not only from Nordic organisations wanting to know how to address the many challenges that confront companies adapting to a cloud environment, but also international enterprises and investors who perceive energy, growth and investment opportunities across the Nordic markets.”
The forum highlights the unique value of locating or outsourcing data centre, cloud and IT infrastructure across the important and fast-growing Nordic region. With its wealth of renewable energy, the region is already experiencing significant growth in the deployment of mission critical facilities and offers new business, outsourcing, investment, hosting, collocation and cloud opportunities.
It is the only regional forum and appeals to both users and outsourcers, with companies from Iceland to the Baltics in attendance. Targeted at senior executives in the data centre, hosting and cloud industries; enterprise end users; investors; and infrastructure and technology providers; Datacloud Nordic will deliver a rich and innovative programme of keynotes, panel sessions, workshops and product demonstrations offering a complete view of the market, its developments, new solutions, trends and innovations.
WHEN: 20 October, 2016
WHERE: Stockholm City Conference Centre, Sweden
REGISTER: [email protected]