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The Realities of Hybrid Multicloud Environments
- Tuesday, 5th July 2022
- 12.25pm to 2pm
- Location: Virtual
Enterprises that manage mission-critical infrastructures are under unprecedented and complex operational pressures. At the same time business leaders want to take advantage of the agility of cloud applications for transformation of workplace services and the customer experience.
To deliver on both dimensions, we need to modernise on-premise infrastructures, including mainframes, and adopt new operating models that can maximise the return from hybrid, multicloud infrastructures, including edge computing and virtualised workplaces, that have developed over the last few years.
This Digital Boardroom will explore
- how mission-critical enterprises can deal with legacy and technical debt
- how we can bring hybrid and multicloud infrastructures under control
- how to build business resiliency into our IT transformation
- the prerequisites for a data fabric that can unlock value from data and AI
Our Keynote Speakers
Graham Pollitt, IT Infrastructure Director, MAG (Airports Group)
It’s not all about the cloud – how to leverage cloud in a pragmatic balanced risk approach
Graham Pollitt is the IT Infrastructure Director at MAG, UK’s leading airport group. MAG employs over 6,000 people and annually serves over 55 million passengers. In his current role, he is responsible for supporting and driving all the IT Infrastructure across Manchester and London Stansted airports - the 3rd and 4th largest passenger airports in the UK - as well as East Midlands airport which is the largest dedicated cargo and only “Freeport” airport in the UK. Before joining MAG in 2018, Graham worked at GE Capital for twenty in various IT leadership roles.
Paul Martin, Partner, Kyndryl Advisory Services, UKI
Paul Martin leads a team of Partners and Associate Partners at Kyndryl to deliver strategy and design work in Cloud, Hybrid IT, Service Management, Legacy Modernisation, Security, Resiliency and Workplace Services. Kyndryl was created in 2021 from the spin-off of IBM's infrastructure services business.
Event Chair: Ian Golding, Chief Information Officer at Anthesis Group
Following over 20 years’ experience leading global commercial technology programmes, Ian Golding joined Anthesis Group in January 2022 as Chief Information Officer and as a member of the Global Leadership Team. Anthesis is a sustainability activator, working with cities, companies and other organisations to drive sustainable performance. Ian previously held Chief Information Officer, Chief Technical Officer, and Data Privacy Officer roles in organisations across several sectors and is a Fellow of The Institute of Directors, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a Fellow of the IET and a Chartered Professional Fellow of The BCS. He is also an investor and mentors’ digital startups to assist emerging businesses and small investments to advance and help grow the digital ecosystem.