Thursday, February 13, 2014

NETCB hosts tour to Open Horizons Summit 2014

Local networking specialists NETCB has announced that it will once again be hosting a tour to the Open Horizons 2014 Summit. The conference, for IT professionals focusing on Novell, NetIQ, SUSE and Partner solutions, will take place from 7 - 9 April in Budapest, Hungary.

The Open Horizons EMEA Summit 2014 addresses key elements of modern IT-Infrastructure, collaboration solutions and file management, device and endpoint management, and Linux server management.

NETCB CEO Cobus Burgers says the Open Horizons EMEA Summit is a must for any IT professional. "It's an opportunity to meet old friends and new experts on Novell solutions, since there is so much news to share and to discuss.”

“Visitors can get experience the most recent Novell releases and upcoming products like ZMM, Filr or Mobile iPrint. In the Collaboration space, they can also look forward to interesting roadmap conversations like the expected GroupWise 2014 release."

Along with the two keynote sessions, delegates can choose to attend 5 of more than 30 half-day hands-on practical hot-labs, delivered by a panel of technology experts from the Open Horizons community.

"There are some key market drivers in 2014 and beyond, which are very important to our customers and partners, that will be showcased. Starting with the mobility trend, the associated opportunities and risks, over the explosion of unstructured data and the critical need for a Data Governance strategy, to the new challenges in Application- and Device Lifecycle Management being driven by the new mobile diversity," he explains.

In this context, some keynotes will focus on the Novell approach to make existing infrastructures more agile and more mobile. In other words, how to leverage current investments and how to smoothly adapt them to needs and realities of today.

This conference is ideally for system administrators and engineers that want to gain a deeper technical knowledge and insight around these technologies, CIOs, IT directors and IT managers who want to have a better understanding on how these technologies can benefit their organisations in terms of performance and costs.

Furthermore, it is ideal for organisations and individuals that have no knowledge of these platforms and solutions and want to understand how the new technologies can benefit and improve performance and reduce costs within their current environments.

NETCB will be hosting affordable tours, departing from Kenya, South Africa and Tanzania. Seats are limited and registrations will close on 28 February 2014.

"The surroundings for the conference are second to none, a luxurious 4-star venue in the stunning city of Budapest on the banks of the river Danube. A destination with excellent travel connections," he concludes.

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