Virtual Breakfast Briefing: Managing Your Network Transformation And Optimising Your Business Case

The last few years have seen a dramatic shift in how we use technology and communicate, with a reliance on digital like never before. This means assessing digital strategies, deploying the network required to underpin them and ensuring the expected benefits are realised are more important than ever. But when it comes to managing network transformation, where do you start?

Navigating the perfect storm of a rapidly evolving technology landscape, anticipated business case savings not materialising and a severe lack of resources are challenges many organisations are facing. TNC is here to help!

We very much hope you’ll join us for this virtual live-only, interactive event on Thursday 29th September 2022. John Waterhouse, CEO, will be joined by Clare Tyndall, Head of Managed Services, and Jon Copley, Head of Delivery Assurance. This is an opportunity for you to ask questions, hear from your peers and learn from TNC’s wealth of unique market insight and expertise.

We will discuss how to navigate your way through network transformation and optimising your business case despite the challenges. Some of the topics we will cover include:

  • The changing customer and communication landscape driving transformational change
  • The technologies at the forefront of network transformation such as SASE, SD-WAN and Zero Trust
  • The risks of network transformation and how to mitigate them
  • Ways you can ensure your business case stays on track so that you realise the technical, operational & commercial benefits expected

As always, we welcome your experiences and we’re looking forward to a lively discussion and the opportunity to catch up.

Event Details:

When: 8.30 – 10am on Thursday 29th September 2022
Where: Secure Zoom Meeting
Topic: Managing Your Network Transformation And Optimising Your Business Case

To book your place at this Virtual Event please email info@networkcollective.co.uk

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