Events: Managed Services Convention - London 2012

The Managed Services Convention is the primary UK channel event addressing the implications that the combination of the Cloud, Mobility, new intelligent devices and Consumerisation is having on the implementation and delivery of business solutions. Following on from the highly successful Managed Ser

The Managed Services Convention is the primary UK channel event addressing the implications that the combination of the Cloud, Mobility, new intelligent devices and Consumerisation is having on the implementation and delivery of business solutions.

Following on from the highly successful Managed Services Summit last September, the Managed Services Convention takes a deeper look at all the issues and will attempt to give delegates a clearer understanding of those issues and the challenges and opportunities awaiting the channel over the next few years.

Date:       22nd May 2012

Venue:    The Grange Tower Bridge Hotel, London

The event is a must-attend event for any senior decision-maker in a UK ICT channel company. Having a grasp of the essential information around such a crucial topic is important, however, being able to listen to differing views and then debate them with potential partners and your peers is vital to real understanding.

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During the Managed Services convention there will be breakout sessions covering the six major market segments making up the managed services proposition and within these segments there will be presentations on specific topics important to channel companies wishing to become managed service providers for their clients.

Visit our website: http://managedservicesconvention.com

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