Today’s Boardroom Challenges are Service Provider Opportunities at HostingCon

The challenges and opportunities that faced boardrooms and lawmakers in the past year in the world of hosting and cloud are covered in the Issues and Trends track at HostingCon Global 2016 New Orleans. These include headline grabbers like state surveillance and access to customer data, and developing issues like the slow adoption of DNSSEC and IPv6

Phil Koblence, co-founder and COO of New York Internet, will make the case for using the specific requirements of enterprise customers to determine the right hybrid mix for them.

The issues and trends track includes a presentation of exclusive industry research by HostingCon, and the latest spending trends from 451 Research analyst and former WHIR editor Liam Eagle.

“Cloud business strategy” could mean many things, so James Lippie of Clarity Channel Advisors will help service providers identify what it really does, and should, mean to them. Kyle York of Dyn will explain how to leverage internet performance management to maintain control of business application delivery.

A panel featuring prominent women in the hosting industry, moderated by Virtuozzo Director of Channel Marketing Elisabeth Kurek, will discuss how to leverage regional groups supporting women in technology to recruit female talent and make organizational diversity a strength.

There are also sessions in the track covering opportunities in new storage technology, the advantages of culture over strategy, and new approaches to mitigating the limitations of virtual infrastructure, along with issues and trends speed roundtables.

The industry-leading, vendor-neutral conference and trade show is only a less than two weeks away, so register now so you don’t miss out!