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Cloud Migration Summit

                                                                                                                               May 14th, 2019 



The cloud has rapidly grown from being a market disrupter to an essential IT strategy for enterprise.  77% of businesses have at least one application or portion of their enterprise IT infrastructure in the cloud.  

The Cloud Migration Summit will debunk migration myths and help IT Strategists and I&O leaders properly foster a corporate cloud culture and avoid migration pitfalls that might ramp up expenses bureaucracy and hamper digital transformation efforts.

Discover how the cloud front runners and industry leaders accelerated their digital transformations, you will leave the conference knowing how to avoid pitfalls, manage multi-cloud & hybrid cloud environments, optimise CapEx & OpEx expenditure and avoid vendor lock-in through a series of dedicated case studies, panel discussions, round tables and networking sessions. 

Meet the IT leaders and Cloud Experts from Sainsbury's, ITV, Maersk, The Guardian, Nationwide, Auto Trader, Oracle, Veeam, Dunedin, ITLabs, BUPA and more! 

83% of IT workloads will be in the cloud by 2020. Don't get left behind the curve.

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