Date: Wednesday 7th March 2012
Venue: London Stock Exchange
IT teams across the country are being faced with demands from the business to deliver technology that allows secure, remote and mobile working and to provide connectivity for user-owned devices like smartphones and tablets.
At the same time the use of VoIP, the uptake of SIP trunking and the consumption of online video are all rapidly increasing.
Separately, none of these issues presents too big a challenge. Together, they amount to a creeping assault on network bandwidth that is driving IT teams to find new ways of managing resources and ensuring service delivery.
At this forum, you will be able 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.
You will also hear our expert panel of IT professionals discuss different solutions and take questions from delegates.
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