Date: 16th Apr 2015
Venue: The Goring Hotel, 15 Beeston Place, London SW1W 0JW
Computer Business Review would be delighted if you could join us for what promises to be a fabulous evening of sumptuous food and drink and great networking.
The theme for the evening, with our sponsors, Hitachi Data Systems, will be high on most IT professional’s agenda, the convergence of server, storage and network environments. As we are seeing increasingly, the days of specific silos for data are fading fast. Project by project deployment across the infrastructure is becoming more and more rare.
With the advent of Converged systems a raft of advantages, not least of which cost reduction, can be brought to the table.
This Dining Club will look at these benefits, examine the challenges faced by those embarking on their convergence strategy and listen to peer experiences.
A very interesting evening and all within the Private Dining Room of the famous Goring Hotel. With a history in the luxury London hotel circuit dating back over a century, The Goring was at the centre of events for the Middleton family in 2011 in their daughter’s marriage to Prince William. Not a bad testimonial to have under your wing!
With the chef holding 3 AA rosettes, the 3-course meal we have planned for you, will be fit for a king.
So come and join us for a superb evening.
For more information please contact Georgia Foley at: firstname.lastname@example.org