Computing hosts a broad range of high-calibre web-seminars, virtual conferences, festivals, awards and bespoke events essential for the Senior IT professional. These include Computing's Deskflix series, IT Leaders Festival, industry leading web-seminars and the UK IT Industry Awards with the BCS.
Please see below a list of upcoming events which are open for registration and entries. View the full list of Deskflix seasons here.
The following webinar, supported by bespoke research, will explore how many organisations have already adopted, and understand the benefits of, truly immutable backups, and what businesses should be looking for in backup providers that support immutability. It will delve into the importance of incorporating immutability into backup architecture to ensure it is well protected against the evolving threat landscape and how organisations can recover quickly in the event of a successful attack.
This webinar, supported by bespoke research, will delve into how organisations can establish authentication strategies that will protect them against future threats, reduce attack surface and avoid security issues that stem from poor access control management. It will explore the tools and strategies that security practitioners can deploy to protect their organisation from ransomware and other cyber threats, and the importance of trust.
As cyber threats and have become more sophisticated and more frequent, organisations have added ever more point solutions to their security stack – adding cost, complexity, and resourcing challenges. It’s an environment that sees vendors thrive off upselling new solutions to customers as they seek to avoid featuring in the next data breach headline.
This webinar, featuring bespoke research, will explore how organisations have responded to the challenges around both internal and external events over the past 12 months, their plans and opinions relating to the future, and what business leaders look for in a virtual event solution. We’ll also discuss the challenges faced when doing business through the medium of video, and how this will change as workers return to the office. Finally, we pose the question, “Will future business events be predominantly hybrid?”
On November 9th, join industry experts and your peers for Cybersecurity Festival 2021 - Chapter 2. Be involved in the next phase of cybersecurity discussion, collaboration, and networking by accessing a range of keynotes, panels, and premium sessions. Chapter 2 continues to explore the rise in crippling ransomware attacks, hiring and training diverse teams with broad skillsets, protecting your staff and systems as you transition towards hybrid working, and many more.
The UK IT Industry Awards focus on the contribution of individuals, projects, organisations and technologies that have excelled in the use, development and deployment of IT in the past 12 months.
This November, Computing and CRN will once again be hosting the Women in Tech Festival Global with content that doesn't shy away from the harsh realities of being a woman within the tech industry across the world. This year will focus on empowerment, development, management, and even the taboo of managing inappropriate workplace interactions.
Join us at the IT Leaders’ Festival October 2021 for a chance to collaborate, network and resolve your IT challenges with your peers. The festival built by IT Leaders, for IT Leaders.
The following webinar, supported by bespoke research, will explore what IT teams want from the security tools they interact with daily and the hurdles they face in effectively responding to threats. It will delve into how organisations can improve their cyber resilience by updating legacy antivirus and the role of Managed Defence and Response (MDR) in this. Finally, it will look at how the “network effect” can help organisations protect themselves against emerging and increasingly sophisticated cyber threats.
The Computing Women in Tech Excellence Awards are important as they recognise top-performing women from across the technology space and provide inspiration for younger women looking to build a career in our industry.
The Technology Product Awards recognise the very best in technology talent. Awards range from focusing on security and cloud computing to business software and infrastructure, as well as showcasing the movers and shakers - the innovative technology heroes and projects that deserve industry-wide praise.
Computing's Security Excellence Awards celebrate the achievements of the IT industry's leading security companies, solutions, products and personalities. With product and project-related awards, combined with organisational categories and accolades recognising outstanding individual achievement, there's an award to showcase every organisation's successes.
The inaugural Computing Tech Impact conference will answer all your sustainability tech questions by unpacking and exploring the diverse approaches organisations can take to meet sustainability targets. Join your peers for this eclectic range of sessions held by industry leaders and experts with a wealth of experience and knowledge.