Host in Ireland announces participation in Datacloud Europe

Host in Ireland, an industry-led collaborative initiative created to increase global awareness in hosting digital assets in Ireland, has announced its participation inDatacloud 2015 Global Congress Europe, which takes place in Monaco June 3-4, 2015. Datacloud 2015 is hosted by Information Media Technology and Professional Services company BroadGroup.

Datacloud Europe is the region's leading forum for IT and cloud infrastructure executives. During a packed two-day programme attended by 1.8k executives from more than 50 countries, the congress will focus on the radical impact of cloud on datacentres, the way in which enterprise services are sourced and delivered and the continuing innovation in cooling and energy. The Internet of Things (IoT), smart cities, and datacentre investment also feature a range of topics in the content-rich programme.

"Datacloud Europe is the premier meeting place and forum for IT and cloud innovators, and we are delighted that Host in Ireland will be taking part," comments Philip Low, Managing Director at BroadGroup. "What differentiates this event completely is the participation of the leadership, influencers and executives managing datacentre assets in enterprises plus a tremendous programme covering critical technical, commercial, and operational topics. Attendees also tell us that Monaco presents a spectacular location to meet, network, and make deals."

"We are delighted to take part in the Datacloud Global Congress," says Garry Connolly, President and Founder of Host in Ireland. "As data continues to become the oxygen for successful global businesses, customers increasingly assess datacentre and hosting locations based on a blend of policies, pedigree, people, power, and pipes (the 5 Ps). This event offers a unique international platform for us to present and demonstrate why Ireland continues to be a premier location for the hosting of digital assets.

Tickets are currently available. www.datacloudcongress.com

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