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Webinar: Data Centers Adapting to 2020, the Pandemic, 5G and Edge Computing

Webinar: Data Centers Adapting to 2020, the Pandemic, 5G and Edge Computing

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As we have seen vast changes in how organisations operate and with it, the technical challenges in adapting to new ways of working, we want to explore how this has impacted the data centers.

In this webinar we ask Prof. Sally Eaves & Neil Cattermull:

  • How has the data center adapted to the global pandemic?
  • What this has meant for technologies such as 5G and Edge computing?
  • What is next for data centers?
  • How has it affected working from home, distance learning and entertainment demands during the pandemic?
  • What is Kingston’s views of these changes?

⏳ 59:17 minutes

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Speakers Bio

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Prof. Sally Eaves

Prof. Sally Eaves is a highly experienced Chief Technology Officer, Professor in Advanced Technologies and Global Strategic Advisor, Author and Speaker on Digital Transformation. She specialises in the application of AI, Cloud, CyberSecurity, Blockchain, IoT & 5G disciplines for both business and societal benefit at scale.

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Neil Cattermull

Technology Analyst and social media influencer across emerging technology sectors. Neil has over 35 years of experience working with technology across multiple sectors and brings a unique perspective on technical strategies that are easily understood to technical and non-technical audiences.

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Tony Hollingsbee

Tony Hollingsbee is the SSD Business Manager for the EMEA region at Kingston Technology. Tony’s primary objective is to drive the SSD sales within the EMEA region by creating sales strategies and promotional activities. His duties also include providing feedback to the Kingston HQ regarding any SSD industry or price trends, promotions as well as new product launches within EMEA.