Kemp Little announces programme for London technology conference
Kemp Little and Kemp Little Consulting have announced the programme for their annual technology conference, which is set to take place on 25 June 2014 in London.
Throughout the event, the firms will explore some of the most important and far-reaching areas of change in enterprise technology including agile, data and cloud.
An introductory keynote speech will be given by Aleks Krotoski, an academic and journalist who studies and writes about technology and interactivity. Krotoski presents Radio 4’s The Digital Human, hosts The Guardian’s Tech Weekly podcast and regularly writes for The Guardian, The Observer and The Telegraph as well as the BBC, New Statesman and the MIT Technology Review.
Specialists from Kemp Little and Kemp Little Consulting and guest speakers from industry organisations will answer the following questions through a series of presentations and panel discussions:
- How has technology procurement and deployment changed?
- Is the old legal analysis still fit for purpose?
- What contracting and business-process changes are now needed?
- ‘Where is the market’ on these developments?
Following the sessions, there will be an opportunity to ask questions and to chat with all of the experts over a drink.
The event is designed for senior in-house counsel, chief executive officers, chief financial officers, chief technical officers and chief information officers.
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