Published: 2 October 2012

Time to put your head in the clouds?

A recent study conducted by the Cloud Industry Forum found that here in the UK current cloud adoption for UK organisations is 62% – highlighting that UK cloud adoption has grown by 27% since the original research was last conducted in January 2011.

Put your head firmly in the Cloud and find out why so many UK organisations are making the move – join us for a working lunch and discover how Cloud Computing can transform your business operations.

Date: 20/11/2012
Time: 11:30 – 14:00
Location: Peterborough Marriott Hotel
Confirmed Speaker: Peadar O’Byrne from TCS Solutions


At this workshop you will discover:

• What Cloud Computing is
• Why experts Deloitte is predicting cloud-based applications will rise from 2.34% of enterprise IT spending in 2014 to 14.49% in 2020
• The benefits the Cloud can offer over traditional on-premise computing
• New Cloud applications that can save your business money
• Foundations for cloud computing: platforms and infrastructure
• Cloud best practice advice

BOOK NOW to reserve your place – spaces are limited so book early to avoid disappointment. Or for more information call us now on 0800 652 2423.

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