Select your cloud in a foggy environment

(This session is held in English)


As customers, citizens and internal users are becoming increasingly demanding in terms of accessibility, efficiency and user experience of IT solutions, more and more organisations are scanning the market for new technologies to increase their ability to innovate and to improve the efficiency for the client. Cloud computing is a technology that enables organisations to do exactly that.


On today’s global cloud platforms, numerous services can be found that enable the users to develop new business solutions or migrate existing infrastructure to the cloud. However, with the large amount of solutions available, it can be both hard and confusing to find the right provider that matches the organisation’s needs and expectations for the cloud

computing services.


At this Grab’N Go session, we will share our knowledge of and experience with cloud computing so that you can embark on your cloud journey knowing that it will take you to the right places and provide you with the needed results.


Target group: CTOs, CIOs, heads of infrastructure, heads of BI and analytics, heads of digital business development as well as digital business development managers.






Key takeaways


    • Understand how cloud computing is supporting the business and IT strategy.

    • Get to know the main challenges inhibiting the adoption of cloud technology.


    • Realise which type of services, applications and data that should be moved to the cloud.

    • Understand how you should control the use of cloud technology in your organisation.


Time and place:


Weidekampsgade 6, 2300 Copenhagen S.

05/12/2018 | 08:30-10:00



06/12/2018 | 08:30-09:00


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Lars Rosenberg Nielsen

Lars is an experienced enterprise architect/IT Manager working in the areas of Cloud Computing, SOA, business processes, DevOps, enterprise and back-end system integrations. Lars is a Certified AWS Architect and has been involved in major military software programs and enterprise system modernization programs in the Finance and Public sectors.

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Ian Masters

Ian was formally Senior Vice President of Global Channels at ATADATA, now part of Deloitte, and has been advising organizations on their IT requirements for over two decades. Specializing in migration, business continuity and disaster recovery he has a wide background in virtualization, storage and high availability, working across multiple platforms.