Data Centre World llega a Madrid. La feria líder del sector en Londres, París, Frankfurt, Singapur y Hong Kong, con más de 70.000 visitantes profesionales, celebrará su primera edición en octubre de 2020 en IFEMA.

Data Centre World Madrid será una de las seis ferias que conformarán Madrid Tech Show. Con una misma entrada, el visitante tendrá acceso a un único espacio en el que también convergerán las ferias: Cloud Expo Europe Madrid, Cloud & Cyber Security Expo Madrid, y Big Data & AI World Madrid, eShow y Technology for Marketing (TFM).

Únete al mayor encuentro de profesionales de centros de datos que se celebrará el 28 y 29 de octubre de octubre de 2020 en IFEMA

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Lo que puedes esperar en Data Centre World Madrid 

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  • 31-Mar-2020
    Data Strategy

    Businesses of all sizes, operating across every sector, are taking note. Chief data officers (CDOs) are now a frequent fixture at the executive table, and leaders recognise that it’s impossible to be a digital business without being data-driven. As such, enterprises need a coherent data and analytics strategy that maximises what they can do with data and use it to its full potential. But where data analytics initiatives can fall down is where there is an over-emphasis on one aspect of a project such as what deployment model to make – whether it be cloud, on-premises or a hybrid approach. Of course, this is an important consideration, but it shouldn’t come before the basics of developing a data strategy and data-driven culture. Prioritising deployment risks a disjointed approach to data, which can lead to disillusionment and the breaking down of trust among employees in business processes.

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  • 31-Mar-2020

    For organisations new to workforce productivity tools like Slack or Microsoft Teams, the reaction is pretty much universal: How did we manage before? 

    These collaboration tools and others take the snappy, efficient qualities of instant messaging and place them at epicentre of working life, unifying the previous patchwork of applications into something more like a tapestry. Employees can talk, discover, act and share with speed. Companies become infinitely more productive.

    Many, particularly your “cloud-first”, companies have been using these tools long before Covid-19 and have found the remote working transition seamless. A great many more were forced to spin them up overnight. 

    The post Analysing the distributed workforce appeared first on Techerati.

  • 31-Mar-2020

    Customer service, for instance, can be handled through automation, such as a support website, or their interactive voice response (IVR) software.  But after a few days, the company must determine how to take phone calls or at least have live conversations with customers through electronic means.  A few days at home isn’t a huge concern for most workers when it comes to using personal equipment. Now, companies need to address the security and reliability of those home office setups for “the new normal” of remote work. Companies with consumer-facing websites experiencing increased demand right now have other problems to solve – namely keeping those external processes working smoothly for customers stuck at home.

    The post How to manage IT during a pandemic appeared first on Techerati.

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