Africa’s foremost ICT publication ITNewsAfrica.com, today announced that Kaspersky Lab, providers of premium protection against viruses, malware, spam & other threats for your home or business, together with Orange Business Service are partnering up at the IT News Africa Innovation Dinner.
This month’s event will be held at the Michelangelo, Sandton, South Africa on 25 June 2014. The theme chosen for the Innovation Dinner is “Cloud – Moving Beyond Virtualization”.
This dinner brings together senior IT executives from various business sectors to explore successful cloud migration projects in South Africa, as well as discuss and share strategies for embarking on the journey to cloud.
“It is a brilliant and great networking opportunity. I keep attending because you get appraised on new market trends and a plus is an opportunity to socialise and catch up with colleagues in the industry.”
Manoj Bhoola, B2B Lead Africa, Samsung
As businesses continue to optimise their IT operations, the migration to cloud computing has proved to be essential to reducing costs, enhancing productivity and agility, and maintaining a competitive edge. Despite much hype around cloud, we’re now in a position to discuss real-world examples of how cloud is being adopted to improve delivery of IT as a service.
“I enjoyed the inaugural dinner in Nigeria with C-level executives and peers, and we are bound to witness some game-changing innovation in Nigeria.”
Daramola Adebola, associate director at Stolto Consulting Nigeria
The Innovation Dinner Series, an event that takes place every two months, provides a platform for networking amongst Africa’s ICT professionals, entrepreneurs and business people.
IT News Africa publisher, Abby Wakama, is pleased with the overwhelming support the Innovation Dinner has received from the ICT industry over the years. “The Innovation Dinner series had modest beginnings, but the support and encouragement we have received from key players in the industry has made it a must-attend for ICT executives.”
Previous sponsors of ITNews Africa’s Innovation Dinners include HP, Ericsson, Huawei Symantec and RICOH amongst others.
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