Upcoming Web Seminars & Events

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Archived web seminars

Intelligent Sport UK Challenge 2013

Computing has partnered up with the Intelligent Sport® UK Challenge for 2013. The event is the most widely renowned business development concept in the world.

Why better data governance means better business

Organisations don’t leave their cash to look after itself, so why do they do so with data?

Risk Based Security Management – Corporate reality or wishful thinking?

Live 7th November, 3pm- During this web seminar we will be looking at what RBSM is and why risks are frequently under- or overestimated to the detriment of the organisation as a whole.

How and why: moving legacy applications to the cloud

LIVE 17th SEPTEMBER: As with all technologies, there is an optimum level of cloud deployment at which the functional, business and financial benefits are all maximised. Most organisations have not yet achieved this level. The reason? Legacy and mission-critical applications.

The on-premise vs cloud equation: where now for enterprise applications? (Available on-demand)

During this web seminar we will explore the on-premise vs in-the-cloud equation, including the factors that organisations should be considering as they struggle with the apparently opposing forces of flexibility and scalability on the one hand and security and control on the other.

The small business office of the future (Available on-demand)

Live: 18th July at 10am. Join our expert panellists and case studies to find out how IT managers in SMEs are dealing with these trends and to understand how technology and new working practices will shape the SME office of the future

Managing mobile devices – The BYOD challenge

Live 12th July. While smartphones, tablets, ultrabooks, media players and other devices are becoming more prevalent, and staff more mobile, there is strong evidence of an emerging tension within UK industry and public sector bodies. The most common response by IT departments is to ban access to company networks to all devices apart from those provided and secured by the company itself.

Computing Big Data Summit 2012

Computing is pleased to announce the first Computing Summit, looking at how organisations can harness value and insight from big data. This one-day conference will provide practical insight into discovering and exploiting the value of unstructured data for improved business decision making, long term growth and competitive advantage.

Learning to love BYOD - watch now

Learning to love BYOD. Now available on-demand.

Top 10 causes of IT disasters – and how to deal with them (Available on-demand)

During this web seminar we will be looking at the sorts of incidents that can bring data centres grinding to a halt and what can be done about them.

Gain better control of your data with enterprise database consolidation

Join us for this Computing web seminar, in which the Head of BI at the Co-operative Group Nick Colebourn will be explaining just how he reigned in the Group’s sprawling database estate and how significant savings were realised and data quality improved as a result.

Computing IT Leaders Forum: The Future of Client Computing

Our next event in the Computing IT Leaders Forum series, in association with Intel, will look over the horizon to see what's next for client computing

3 steps to effective data security

Available on-demand. During this web seminar we look at how to achieve a best-in-class approach to data protection with a view to coming up with a best practice guide. We will also be showing you how you can gauge the maturity of your security systems, enabling you to plug any holes before your precious data starts to leak through them. Register for this free event now.

BPM: the critical first 100 days - on-demand

During this Computing web seminar we will be looking at the critical things to get right in the first 100 days of a BPM project, from establishing metrics and achieving buy-in to evaluating success and learning lessons for the next phase. Register for this free event now.

Migrating to Exchange 2010 – this time its technical

On Demand: During this Computing web seminar, our expert panel covered the entire migration process to Exchange 2010, from creating a migration roadmap and calculating requirements for new hardware all the way through to migrating user mailboxes and setting up OWA.

Intelligent networking for an uncertain world

Join us to meet other professionals tackling this issue, and hear from Goy Roper, interim head of ICT of Norfolk County Council how his organisation deployed a flexible and intelligent network to cope with the challenge

On-demand - Overcoming complexity and creating more effective data management strategies

In this web seminar, we share Computing's research showing what applications are running on what hardware in UK datacentres

On-demand - How IT is building the workplace of the future

This web seminar, in association with BT, focuses on the commercial opportunities and operational challenges IT faces in an employee-empowered future

Waters USA 2011

The US's largest gathering of capital markets CIOs and CTOs. The conference will focus on how leading financial firms are optimising their current infrastructure

Ethernet Fabric: Lowering barriers to the private cloud

Traditional datacentre architectures were not designed for the stresses put on them by virtualisation and private cloud technologies