Data drives our world. Information makes it work
Lloyd's Old Library, Lloyd's Building, One Lime Street
Wednesday 23 October 2013
16:00PM - 17:30PM
In the midst of this ongoing ‘digital explosion’ all organisations depend on the continuous availability, accuracy and confidentiality of information and networks, what does this mean for Lloyd’s and the London market’s SME-Businesses who operate in a world of cloud, virtualisation, consumerised IT and cyber terrorists?
The challenge to know the best means of keeping applications, data and systems always available and secure is the most pressing. This 75-minute session will be of interest to those who want to take advantage of the opportunities that technology brings but are concerned about how to keep their data (and their clients' data) immediately available and secure. Join senior management from NetApp, VMware, Geo Networks and SunGard to hear their views and gain an insight to what’s in the pipeline from these leading IT industry pace setters - a must attend seminar for insurance sector decision-makers and consultants.
Director, Technology and Strategy, NetApp UK
Architect and Specialist, VMware
Director of Financial Services, Geo Networks
Senior Product & Services Development Manager, Communications, SunGard Availability Services
To secure your place, register via this page and receive immediate confirmation of your registration.
‘IT Matters’ Forums are free to attend events
Supported by globally-respected academics, authors, innovators and senior insurance market sector professionals, the Security MattersandIT Matters Forums and their companion Breakfast Briefings may contribute towards your own sector-recognised CPD vocational training modules. Our aim is to provide learning forums for practitioners who work in any capacity for Lloyd's and London insurance market company affiliates, trade associations, professional bodies and standards agencies engaged on behalf of these organisations.
Please contact Brian Groves (Brian@intechforums.com) if you have any questions or have any pre-input for this Forum.
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