Now that Microsoft have opened data centres within the UK, it has become easier than ever for organisations to move their IT estates into the cloud and onto Azure.
Microsoft have arranged this event in conjunction with dsp to bring to you a one-day marquee technical experience session which is aimed at companies who are currently in the market for a cloud solution and need some technical advice before taking their initial steps on their cloud journey.
We will be discussing a wide range of topics including:
This all leads to a main goal, how the future of your cloud environment will help your organisation become more efficient and grow; and the fundamental steps you need to take in order to get your cloud strategy up and running.
You will also have the chance to have a Q&A session with Azure specialist from both Microsoft and dsp, where the floor will be open to any cloud question you can think of.
Attending this event will give your organisation the right information needed to why migrating your data to Microsoft Azure is the right solution for your company. This event is primarily aimed at Key Technical Decision Makers, IT Managers and CTOs, however if you are interested in moving your data to the cloud, please do register to come along.
Microsoft Technology Centre – Your Data In Azure
Tuesday 06th Jun 2017
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