Event: IFB to host Cloud Event in Edinburgh
29 May 2013
To follow on from the success of IFB’s Cloud event in Aberdeen, IFB have announced that we will be hosting an event on Cloud in Edinburgh. The event is free to attend and will take place on Tuesday 25th June at Scotch Malt Whisky Society, 28 Queen Street, Edinburgh.
The event will bring together a group of experts to discuss the perceived and real risks of moving some or all of your business to cloud based services. We will discuss the key factors you should consider when choosing a cloud provider and if the geography of the cloud really matters.
For many businesses cloud based services offer real operational and commercial benefits. By working closely with our clients, we also understand the risk of migrating your systems and data and securely maintaining it to support your business is a key concern.
At IFB, we are delivering a range of resilient, secure and scalable Cloud based services from Aberdeen, supporting our global client base since 2008.
5.00pm: Registration with Drinks and Canapes
5.30pm: Introduction: Graeme Gordon; CEO, IFB
5.45pm: David Goodbrand; Partner, Burness, Paull & Williamsons ‘The Legal Considerations of Moving to the Cloud’
6.15pm: Neil Warburton, Security Architect, IBM
6.45pm: Q&A session
7.00pm: Opportunity for Networking
To reserve your place for this event email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01224 333 386.
David Goodbrand; Burness Paull & Williamsons
David heads up the firm’s Commercial Team. He specialises in advising on: commercial contracts, outsourcing IT procurement, IP protection and licencing, software licencing, e-commerce and data protection. He has been advising clients on IT contracts for 14 years.
With a strong commercial focus, David delivers advice in an accessible, pragmatic and user-friendly way. He is singled out as an IP/IT expert in Chambers legal directory, Legal Experts 2012 and is recommended and the Law.
Neil Warburton; IBM
Graeme Gordon; IFB
Graeme Gordon is the Chief Executive of IFB and is responsible for the development and implementation of an ambitious business strategy to deliver game changing growth.
Since IFB began operating in 1996, Graeme has held a senior role within the business and has played a major role in bringing IFB to where it is today. Playing an active role in both client and supplier management, Graeme is central to the continued development of IFB’s service offerings, including Cloud Services.