Cloud Connected Business –
Opportunity or Liability?
BCS, 5 Southampton St, Covent Garden, London WC2E 7HA
20 September 2017 Start 18:30
**This event is relevant for all interested future proofing and protecting connectivity**
All Welcome. Free Event. Limited Spaces Available.
There are many challenges facing organisations as the definition of business communications has shifted from the old world of working in an office with interconnected boxes to the adoption of BYOD, Everything to the Cloud and the Internet of Things.
JASON WELLS, Vice President EMEA & APAC, Aryaka
This event will present views on various technologies to address the challenges of limitations of MPLS using SD-WAN, using global threat visibility to protect against cyber threats and creating a secure virtual connected office
Join us at this event to listen, learn and share views about this important topic.
Our presenters include:
Tomorrow’s Network Today
The enterprise migration to cloud and SaaS applications has exposed many of the limitations of MPLS connectivity for global enterprises, especially the challenges of delivering mission-critical applications to end users world wide. Learn how SD-WAN provides an alternative global connectivity solution that better meets the needs of the modern enterprise
TOM PATTISON, Security Services Specialist – Level 3 Communications
Managing threats known and unknown in the network
With the adoption of BYOD, Everything to the Cloud and the Internet of Things, business models have changed and from a security perspective the old idea of protecting the “Castle Fortress” network perimeter no longer applies and has to be re-thought.
Gain insights into how a major global ISP provides effective network based protection mechanisms to counteract Internet bourn cyber attacks. Discover how Level 3 uses global threat visibility to discuss how companies and organisations can adopt best practice to protect themselves more effectively against the latest cyber threats.
ROBINDER KOURA, Head of Channel Sales, Ring Central
Accelerating the Shift to Cloud Communications
Increasingly, there’s an accelerating pace of innovation in businesses communications. The definition of business communications is shifting from the old world of interconnected boxes and moving to the cloud.
This session will explore the impact of the cloud, the implications on today’s work environment, the challenges and critical issues for businesses, and how businesses are adapting. Business communications has been significantly impacted by the ubiquity of mobility, and the changing nature of work as workforces become more distributed and global.