Wed Oct 16 CET - Thu Oct 17 CET (almost 2 years ago)
In your timezone (EDT): Wed Oct 16 2:00am - Thu Oct 17 12:00pm
Home to several Top MNCs and as the biggest financial services hub in West Africa, Nigeria is committed to building a new generation of data infrastructure. Although many of the existing DCs are Tier 3 by design, they don’t rank high in operations. The banking industry especially has suffered outages and unplanned downtime as a result. Instead of suffering heavy financial loss and reputational damage, it’s better for organizations to be proactive in investing in DCs.
Whilst cloud adoption in Nigeria has previously been slow compared to international markets, IT leaders are now seriously looking at the adoption of a hybrid IT model, which will see their workloads hosted in a mix of on-premise, colocation and cloud infrastructure.
ADCC Nigeria brings together the leading experts in the data-center and cloud infrastructure eco-systems across West Africa to offer information and insight on decisions relating to digital infrastructure which will help maintain and build competitive advantage.
Dr Denisha Jairam-Owthar
ICT Head: Shared Services, Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA)
Head – IT, Scania Southern Africa
CTO, PPS Insurance
Deputy Chair, Tshwane University of Technology