Date: 29th November Time: 8.30am - 3.00pm Location: Ashton Gate Stadium
ComputerWorld brings a selection of the best global speakers, contents and vendors to Bristol to help you Define Tomorrow for your business.
The Define Tomorrow tech conference, hosted by ComputerWorld explores the latest technologies to help your business increase productivity, overcome challenges and keep one step ahead of competition. Or in other words... Define Tomorrow™.
This year's event will focus on three strategic areas of business IT, including; Infrastructure Modernisation, Workspace Transformation and Security as well as giving an update following VMware's annual VMworld event.
The event will be packed with presentations from industry recognised specialists and speakers including VMware’s CTO Joe Baguley, with more highly-regarded speakers to be announced over the coming weeks. Our technology showcase hall will be larger than ever with a myriad of leading vendors exhibiting, demonstrating and discussing their technologies. The day will close off with the opportunity to join one of our round table discussions on a technology subject that matters to you.
You will also have the chance to network with peers from other organisations, leading authorities from the technology industry as well as ComputerWorld’s expert technical team being on hand to offer help and advice on the big themes discussed during the day.
The event will be held Bristol at the Ashton Gate. Please click here for information on travelling to the venue and the parking available.
|8.30||Registration and Networking|
|10.15||Expert panel discussion|
|11.35||2 x 5-Minute sponsor presentations|
|11.45||Data Centre Presentation|
|12.15||3 x 5-Minute Sponsor Presentations|
|12.30||Workspace Transformation Presentation - Spencer Pitts|
|13.00||Lunch and Networking|
|14.00||Closing Keynote - Joe Baguley, VMware CTO|
|14.30||Closing Thoughts and Prizes|
|14.45||Beers and Networking|
Joe Baguley - VMware CTO
Joe helps develop and communicate VMware's strategy and vision with customers and partners, using his wealth of experience to help organisations reduce costs and better support users and business needs. Joe is a recognised leader withing the European tech community and considered one of the top 50 most influential leaders in UK IT. He has played a key role in the CloudCamp and other events, communicating how cloud technology fits into the broader IT landscape.
In addition Joe is also on several advisory boards at the European Commission and ETSI and is a founding committee member of the Data Center Specialist Group at the British Computer Society which helped shape the European Code of Conduct for data centers.