Date: 12th Mar 2015
Venue: The Goring Hotel, 15 Beeston Place, London SW1W 0JW
The Goring has a long and proud history as one of London’s finest luxury hotels dating back over a century to 1910. As the holder of three AA Rosettes and a member of Relais & Chateâux, food and drink is deeply rooted in the history and tradition of the hotel and has made a large contribution to placing The Goring on the international luxury hotel stage.
Traditional distributed architectures dictate that firms operating multiple sites or branch offices will have localised servers and storage infrastructure. Remote sites or branch offices present numerous problems around support, performance, back up and availability.
In today’s business world all IT, whether remote or central, should perform at the same level as your primary site.
• Remote locations have an equal requirement for application availability.
• This infrastructure will often be run by centrally located support staff.
• Remote access of centrally hosted applications or software as a service applications can be impacted by poor network links.
• Service levels can be impacted as central support staff have poor visibility of branch office infrastructure.
Too often it can be the poor relation of IT. Join us for this special CBR Dining Club to learn how firms can achieve primary data centre experience at the branch office and empower workers in a decentralised world.
• Explore solutions to overcome poorly backed up and supported branch office based technology constraining performance, productivity and experience.
• Address the barriers to deployment of appropriate branch office technology including fear of architecture complexity and distributed data management headaches.
• Learn how applications can be provisioned over wide area networks without loss of availability with data retained in the centralised data centre for security.
Deploying technology which can be remotely managed, which provides virtual local storage resource and which is optimised for performance over the network can be achieved.
Who should attend:
Senior IT decision makers
Heads of IT
For more information please contact Georgia Foley at: email@example.com