15 November 2016
BSO JOINS LARGEST GATHERING OF CLOUD EXPERTS EVER ORGANIZED IN FRANCE AT CLOUD EXPO EUROPE 2016
Event: Cloud Expo Europe 2016
Date: 29-30th November 2016
Location: Porte de Versailles, Paris. Stand H31
We’re looking forward to attending this years’ Cloud Expo Europe event in Paris, Porte de Versailles on 29-30th November. The event is the largest gathering of Cloud experts ever organised in France and we’re proud to be one of the exhibitors.
For the first time ever, more than 150 national and international companies will exhibit at the event focused on Cloud and Data Centres in France. The expo will deliver a number of seminars and talks covering hot topics ranging from virtualisation and infrastructure through to big data and IoT.
For the first time ever, more than 150 national and international companies will exhibit at the event focused on Cloud and Data Centres in France.
One of the key themes of the expo is security and governance in the cloud, a concern which, as a hybrid cloud and network provider, we fully understand and provision for. Our cloud architecture is secure, agile and flexible, offering state-of-the art firewall security and infrastructure. At BSO we design fully bespoke solutions to support not only security concerns but also mission-critical workloads, uptime requirements and management demands.
This year we’re bringing something different to Cloud Expo, inspired by the engineering mind-set of our CEO and co-founder, Michael Ourabah, we’ve digitised one of our engineers’ biggest pet hates: messy cables!
We all see them trending and being shared on social media: Before and After images of patch panels in data centres and the frustrations of the engineers working to tidy them. Well, it just got competitive!
So come by stand H31 to test your re-patching skills in our Cable Re-Patch Race and talk to us about how you need the cloud to work for you and your business.
No ticket? No problem! As an exhibitor, we’re delighted to be able to offer free tickets for anyone who wishes to attend the Expo.