C-suite executives know that a Darwinian marketplace requires companies to adapt to survive and to grow in order to flourish. Telecom companies, including data center, colocation and cloud service providers, face fiscal challenges that are no different than that of any other business sector. But unlike a tire manufacturer, who’s never had to confront the reinvention of the wheel, data center and cloud service technologies never cease to evolve. And so the questions telecom senior executives face concerning growth strategies, new revenue opportunities, capital investment and risk mitigation take on heightened importance.
Addressing the critical issues faced by C-level executives at data centers, colocation and cloud service providers, IMN will host The Provider Forum on Data Centers & Cloud Services Infrastructure (East), taking place at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Washington D.C., June 9-10, 2016. For its sixth year running, The Provider Forum on Data Centers & Cloud Services Infrastructure will converge leading data center and cloud service providers, enterprise data center owners, hardware and software solutions providers, as well as capital investors, and legal, consultancy and accounting firms.
This year, The Provider Forum on Data Centers & Cloud Services Infrastructure will focus on four major themes, including optimizing business models and strategies for growth; expanding to new service offerings and revenue opportunities; cost-effective infrastructure investment, future proofing and security measures; and cost reduction and mitigation strategies. The event agenda include panels and presentations featuring executives and thought-leaders from a number of noteworthy organizations, including Sagi Brody, CTO at Webair, Andrew Gold, Senior Vice President of Corporate Development and Chief Counsel at Infomart Data Centers, and Don MacNeil, CTO at EdgeConneX®, as well as sponsored social breaks and receptions. Attendees will learn, share, and network with other industry professionals, fostering an environment of mutual support and cooperation.
While navigating the economic challenges and opportunities in the data center and cloud service ecosphere can be a daunting task for any decision-maker, The Provider Forum on Data Centers & Cloud Services Infrastructure can lend direction to your company’s growth and success.