With the rise of cloud computing, technological advances in IOT, AI, 5G, hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI), the role of a data centre is rapidly changing. Along with internal cost pressures, Enterprises are also facing external pressures such as data protection regulations, and need to be sustainable.

All this and the global pandemic amply demonstrated that existing backup and disaster recovery practices, tools and procedures in an inhouse set up may no longer be sufficient and they need to rely on dependable partner for high availability, business continuity, backup and disaster recovery.

Join this by invite only exclusive session to learn about recommended actions IT professionals can take to stay ahead of the curve and plan for the future.

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  • Enterprise Business & Tech Decision Makers
  • IT Influencers
  • IT Enthusiasts

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  • IT/ITeS
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  • Manufacturing
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Ashok MN
Director- Strategic Sales, STT GDC India
Jatinder Singh Pabla
VP- Sales & Marketing, STT GDC India
Umesh Pandey
Sr. Director-IT, Radisys Corporation
Subrat Kumar Kanungo
Director & Head-IT, Samsung Semiconductor India
Harish HS
Director, Hanvik Infosec
Shubhendu Parth
Editor Dataquest & Voice&Data

Dataquest recently organized a webinar on the data center of the future. Subhendu Parth, Editor, Dataquest, was the moderator. The participants were: Ashok MN, Director and Regional Sales Head STT GDC India
Umesh Pandey, Senior Director, IT, Radisys Corp.
Harish HS, Director, Infosec
Subrat Kumar Kanungo, Director and Head IT, Samsung Semiconductors India

Parth asked about the impact of Covid-19 and the rapid digitization that followed. The lockdown has also changed the dynamics of the IT infrastructure. How are the IT heads looking at all this