Forum to Discuss Cloud, Data Security and Policy Issues Announced

Forum to Discuss Cloud, Data Security and Policy Issues Announced

Enterprise Cloud and Data Center Forum will discuss the opportunity and critical challenges. 

2020 exposed stark contrasts between Middle Eastern companies that had embraced cloud technologies and those who have been slow. As many companies had to prioritise customer experience, remote workforce and eCommerce, they accelerated cloud migrations. As per reports, this year, the global public cloud infrastructure market is set to reach $120 billion.

But the inadequacy of resources and expertise, cloud migration, compliance and dealing with multi-cloud environments are few of the critical challenges faced by companies in the Middle East.

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To address this and explore other critical aspects of cloud strategy, Enterprise Cloud & Data Center Forum (ECDCF), a series of two virtual summits focusing on key markets has been announced. Expert speakers, panellists and consultants will deliberate on cloud adoption to accelerate IT modernisation, multi-cloud strategies, Cloud IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service).

To be held virtually for the United Arab Emirates on Mar 10 and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on Mar 16, the summits are being hosted by Datatechvibe– a soon to be inaugurated media and knowledge platform. Lenovo Data Center Group, which recently announced a new advanced hybrid cloud data management capability is the strategic partner and Nutanix the leading enterprise cloud software provider is the platinum partner of the event.

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For more information and to register log on to https://ecdc.datatechvibe.com

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