“Standing still is the fastest way of moving backwards in a rapidly changing world” - Lauren Bacall

In the past year, adaptability has been the aim of the game.

The rules have been bent, stop-gaps brought in, product landscapes shifted, and employees given a crash course in tech adoption.

For the next level, it’s time to take stock. As companies decide what’s next for the workforce, IT leaders need to understand how to navigate the return as smoothly as possible and build on the good work so far.

Companies now have the opportunity to create ongoing efficiency and productivity, while also enabling teams to do business in new and innovative ways.

BONUS! By signing up to DTX: NOW you will also have access to UCX: NOW, the unified communications track of our event...

The Challenges

In this summit, we want to cover some of the biggest challenges still facing IT leaders:

  • Re-building the digital transformation plan after an intense period of acceleration
  • Staying on track (and in control of cost and usage) for your cloud migration
  • Embedding security and secure behaviours into day to day operations
  • Minimising the risks of network downtime and preparing for innovation
  • Making faster, smarter and safer decisions with the data at hand

problem shared is a problem halved. Join the upcoming conversations as your diary fits, ask the hard questions and let us help you find the next answer.

Benefits of Attending

Understand what obstacles still stand to block your digital vision and how to overcome them

Find out how to create lasting resilience for the next workplace disruption in both your systems and staff

Gain tips on how to balance costs, meet business demands for stability and ensure space to innovate

Discover ways to stay on track with your goals when the plans inevitably change

Hear about how you can maintain employee engagement, commitment and productivity for the next digital iteration




Chief Information Officer
Appreciate Group
CTO & Technical Executive
IBM Security EMEA
Head of Infrastructure Technology & Shared Services
Imperial College London
Chief Technologist EMEA
VP of Global Support & Services
Security Awareness Advocate

Javvad Malik is a Security Awareness Advocate at KnowBe4, a blogger event speaker and industry commentator who is possibly best known as one of the industry’s most prolific video bloggers with his signature fresh and light-hearted perspective on security that speak to both technical and non-technical audiences alike. Prior to joining KnowBe4, he was security advocate at AlienVault. Before then, he was a Senior Analyst at 451’s Enterprise Security Practice (ESP).

Head of EMEA Marketing & Security Strategy
Chief Operating Officer
Head of Chrome Customer Engineers (EMEA)

Pritam Pabla, Head of Chrome Customer Engineers (EMEA) at Google, is an expert in end-user device management technologies. Pritam’s prime responsibility is to provide IT consulting and management of ChromeOS and Chrome Browser, also Chrome lifecycle best practices for all of Google’s large enterprise, education and government customers. Prior to Google, Pritam gained extensive experience at Microsoft, Lenovo and IBM.

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Nomad Foods
Head of Digital & IT Architecture
Information Commissioner's Office
VP Security (CISO)
Ebury Fintech
Managing Director
Magnetic North
Senior Manager, Advanced Analytics and Cloud
Akimbo Core
Woodhurst Consulting
Infrastructure Automation Architect
Head of Growth
UpSkill Digital
Senior Director - Cloud Strategy
Data Scientist
Chief Technology Officer
Lead Enterprise Architect
Red Goat Cyber Security
Head of Adaptive Investing
NN Investment Partners