Join us in May to discuss the future of technology for SMEs

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Deskflix: The Future of Technology for SMEs
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Deskflix: The Future of Technology for SMEs

The next event in the Deskflix calendar focuses on the future of technology and innovation for SMEs we will see in the next year.

The UK saw 5.6 million new small businesses registered in 2021. In a world heavily driven by technology, and with so much competition, it can be hard to stand out and even harder to stimulate growth that will carry your organisation to the next level. Now Computing is bringing together developers, directors, engineers, programmers and more to network and engage, to help inspire the future of the industry.

With a focus on planning, budgeting and growth, Deskflix: The Future of Technology for SMEs will be the next instalment of our popular Deskflix series. Join us virtually for a day of discussion, learning and inspiration on Tuesday 24th May.

The virtual event will give you the opportunity to hear from industry experts, leading partners and your peers as we cover the fundamentals and future of technology - including how to grow your business, understand threats and trends, and how to thrust yourself ahead of the competition.

Available live or on-demand, you'll learn about best practices and common challenges, as well as gaining valuable lessons on what the next steps should be in your organisational journey. You'll also have the chance to meet hundreds of your fellow IT professionals from around the UK and earn CPD accreditation; all from joining the event online.

For more information and to secure your virtual seat, visit the website.

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