Transforming your digital infrastructure
Networkshop48 is a unique opportunity to see, hear and share the latest thinking amongst your technical network and IT professional peers.
It aims to inform, inspire and prepare you for the digital infrastructure challenges ahead, providing you with practical, take-home advice.
Be informed and inspired
This year's sessions, which aim to support your organisational and personal CPD goals, are based around three core streams:
- Connectivity services
- Network technology
- Digital transformation through infrastructure change
Who should attend Networkshop48?
Networkshop is not just for network managers. You'll find the sessions valuable if you work in a range of IT and networking roles, including:
- Technical staff
- Security officers
- IT operations managers
- IT staff
- Network engineers
- Estate managers
- Research network managers
- Science parks and innovation centre estate managers
Get practical, take-home insights
You’ve told us you value practical takeaways that help you do your job. That’s why Networkshop48 includes practical features such as:
- Case study talks, which this year includes industry insights
- Lightning talks, which tackle a topic in a five minute blitz
- Industry-led demo sessions showcasing new-to-market products and services that meet the constantly evolving needs and challenges of the sector
Network with your community
Our three-day format gives you more chances to network with other delegates, including:
- A drinks reception - a chance to meet over a drink and light refreshments
- Our annual conference dinner - catch up with other experts and discuss what's inspired you at the conference so far. This sit-down, three-course meal is included as part of the full conference package
- Penetration testing training - delegates get a special £150 discount on our penetration testing training course on 14 and 15 April 2020, ahead of the conference. This hands-on course encourages you to think like a hacker.
The central Nottingham location means there is every opportunity for socialising and networking with your peers, at and around the conference.
NTU Events and Conferencing, Nottingham City Campus (part of Nottingham Trent University), Burton Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU.
Find out how to get to NTU Events and Conferencing's Nottingham City Campus and information about venue car parking.