IP Expo Tomorrow

News Article - Tuesday, 16 October 2012 11:01

By: Kerry Butters Category: Networking

The IP Expo begins tomorrow at Earls Court, London and will run for two days with events and seminars surrounding a wealth of IT subjects, including virtualization and a host of keynote speakers.

The only enterprise IT event to cover all subjects across IT is to include product launches and demonstrations and entry is free for those who pre-register attendance on the IP Expo website. It’s thought that the event will include 240 exhibitors, including the likes of IBM, Cisco, Citrix, VMware and many more.

260 seminar sessions will be held in 18 different theatres and there will be keynote speeches from some of the industry leaders which will cover a variety of topics including cloud, big data, security, compliance, risk assessment and more.

IP Expo is a great opportunity for networking with IT professionals from across the world and learning about every aspect of IT infrastructure. Of course, the event will focus a lot on the cloud, including data centres, private vs public cloud and much more.

However, the event won’t just focus on cloud, talks and seminars will also be held on collaboration and the tools which can be used for this, mobility and discussion around such subjects as BYOD and network convergence, management and connectivity.

There will also be a number of specialist zones, including the ‘Citrix Mobility and Cloud Zone and a VMware partner zone, to name just two of the many. In the main exhibitor arena, visitors will also have the chance to win a variety of gifts from dozens of vendors.

An app is available for download to enable guests to see what’s going on and when so that they can plan their day effectively. The MYVISIT app allows guests to access the latest news, plan which seminars they want to attend and find their way around the event.

The event runs from 9am to 5pm on Wednesday 17thand 9am to 4.30pm on the Thursday; it costs £30 on the day but free for those who register before 7pm today.

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