This month sees the next in the highly successful series of Data Centre Transformation Manchester (DT Manchester) events take place at the University of Manchester.
DT Manchester 2017, sponsored by CNet Training and in association with the Data Centre Alliance and the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Leeds, takes place on 11 July 2017 and promises to be an exciting event for the data centre industry.
The event continues to provide the perfect blend of educational and informative content which is truly valued by the hundreds of delegates which attend.
This year there will be six workshop sessions, covering a range of topics, including Driving Digital Infrastructure by Bridging the Workforce Capability Crisis, where CNet’s Terri Simpkin will be participating. The workshops will be managed by independent industry specialists to ensure vendor neutrality and will feature a number of speakers. These workshops will ensure that delegates not only earn valuable CPD accreditation points but also have an open forum to speak with their peers, academics and leading vendors and suppliers.
The Workshops are complemented by Keynote presentations from major industry figures which provide the perfect blend of educational and informative content which is truly valued by the hundreds of delegates who attend.