April - October 2020
DIGITAL SERIES 2020
Charting the future of tech innovation
What to expect
LIVE Q&A SESSIONS
Learn, engage and discuss the future of technology with thought-leaders in London and across the globe.
Here is the Digital Series overview:
29 April 2020 (12pm GMT)
Build Resilient Business Operations with Intelligence, Insights and Expertise
Businesses are dependent on reliability of critical assets and operations. They have to adapt to changing circumstances and ensure business continuity. When business processes are powered by AI, IoT and reliable weather data, connected operations allow you to assess how assets perform in real-time, manage them from any location, and ultimately reduce operating costs.
20 May 2020 (12pm GMT)
Grow Your Business with the Most Secure Public Cloud
Business are transforming rapidly, increasing agility and strengthening security to better serve their customers, adapting contact points and operational models. This webinar will share the tactical cultural and technology shifts to maintain customer satisfaction and loyalty with highly available applications coupled with increased flexibility of your IT infrastructure to support the changing needs of the business.
10 June 2020 (12pm GMT)
The Future of Enterprise Tech: Industry Survey Findings
The tech trends for 2020 that mean success for today’s enterprises. The constraints to adoption that could put them out of business.
In collaboration with analyst firm Omdia, London Tech Week and TechXLR8 have surveyed the finest in UK tech to discover what tech trends will make or break today's enterprises. The findings cover and compare the potential of AI, edge computing, blockchain and quantum. Get the initial findings live on this webinar and put your questions to us.
We'll also be joined by A.P. Moller - Maersk who will discuss "The impacts of technology on the society of the future." In light of the coronavirus crisis, we'll also cover the impact of COVID-19 on the future of business and tech.Following the presentations, we'll open the discussion up to the audience with a live Q&A session.
11 June 2020 (12pm GMT)
The Role of Blockchain, AR & VR in Today's Businesses
The tech trends for 2020 that mean success for today’s enterprises. The constraints to adoption that could put them out of business.Spanning blockchain, AR, VR and more, get a preview of what our TechXLR8 speakers will be covering when they take the stage this June. TechXLR8 is London Tech Week's flagship event. GE Power's Maher Chebbo will cover "Bolstering Legacy Systems Using Blockchain Technology." Then QinetiQ chief scientist Helen Dudfield will share "how the UK is helping businesses realise the potential of AR/VR." In light of the coronavirus crisis, we'll also cover the impact of COVID-19 on the future of business and tech.Following the presentations, we'll open the discussion up to the audience with a live Q&A session.
Case Study: The power of international partnerships to accelerate growth
Hear an international case study and understand the power of partnerships for both scaleups and corporates in unlocking growth and how to build impactful partnerships across borders.
Mind the (skills) gap: How is the United Kingdom building a diverse, entrepreneurial and digital-first workforce?
Explore current attitudes to innovation and automation across different socio-economic levels and industries, including how to facilitate life-long learning and the “right to retrain” and encourage neuro-diversity in the workplace