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Increasing performance at low risk – Containers & Microservices enable agility

This roundtable debate will discuss and investigate how microservices and containerisation technology can enable organisations to increase performance and not increase the cost of the IT estate. The debate will focus on how these two technologies enable an increase in business performance. Containers and microservices provide the ability to move to continuous delivery methods. As businesses look for an ability to respond to rapidly changing consumer trends or market conditions this debate will analyse how these two technologies enable organisations Read

Creating the right structure for effective information security

The debate about whether information security is part of IT or not is one that has been ongoing since information security first rose to prominence as a subject. Security itself is not solely an IT issue, but as the percentage of the security threat that comes the internet has increased over the years it has, perhaps understandably, come to be seen as that. The problem stems from the fact that there is no real consensus on where information security sits, Read

Information provenance to put the I into CIO

The twin challenges of innovation and cybersecurity are making the provenance of information vital to CIOs, according to Serguei Beloussov, the entrepreneur behind Acronis a security and backup specialist. But Beloussov is not alone, a number of recent conversations with CIOs and next generation service providers demonstrates that as organisations use the full power of cloud computing to develop and implement edge computing opportunities, the number of threats increases as do the innovation opportunities. The debate about securing devices has Read

CIO roundtable debate: Delivering change securely – May 15, 2018

The May Horizon CIO podcast roundtable dinner will feature a keynote presentation from Brigadier Alan Hill, formerly CIO of the British Army and now CDIO of the University of Exeter. This event will discuss making organisational change management secure. As organisations move towards a culture of an open ecosystem of partners, APIs, outside-in thinking and innovation labs, the need to remain secure remains constant. Over the course of this event’s debate CIOs will explore how organisational data is the lifeblood Read

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