Manchester’s Leading Free Cloud Event Returns to UKFast Campus

Manchester’s Leading Free Cloud Event Returns to UKFast Campus

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UKFast’s flagship cloud technology event – Cloud UK Live – returns next month with a heavyweight lineup of tech experts assembled to help the Manchester business community understand how cloud is making businesses faster, safer and more efficient.

Cloud UK Live takes place in the 250-seater auditorium at UKFast Campus in Manchester on Wednesday March 7th.

The line-up includes technology reporter and author Kate Russell, technology strategist Paul Papadimitriou, MD of the Business Fraud Prevention Partnership Edward Whittingham and UKFast’s director of enterprise technology Chris Folkerd.

The free event is set to focus on cloud automation, the growth of data, cloud security, GDPR and greener cloud technologies. Attendees have the opportunity to book an appointment at the event with the UKFast Cloud Doctor, for a free consultation and server analysis.

UKFast Enterprise MD Jonathan Bowers is co-hosting the event alongside Arlene Bulfin, UKFast’s director of people development.

Bowers said: “Cloud is helping people transform their businesses. Cloud UK Live is about putting people in the best possible position to understand if cloud is for them and how they can get the best results from it. Of course, cybersecurity is a major question for many of the businesses we talk to, so we’ll be offering plenty of practical security advice to set them on the right track.

“New and evolving technologies open up huge business opportunities but companies need an understanding of how this tech, like cloud, can fit into their operations and how it can be of benefit. It’s the same with any project; you have to have the right tools to deliver the job.

“Ultimately, collaboration is the key to achieving our long-term goal of making Manchester the number one tech city in the UK. We’re bringing together some amazing speakers at the event, both from UKFast and from further afield, to share their knowledge and advise as many people as possible. There’s a huge buzz around tech here in the city and it’s incredibly exciting.”

For more information, or to register to attend visit www.clouduklive.com