Throughout the past year organisations have invested in different technologies to support their new way of working and ensure business resilience. Now, this has become a way to accelerate digital transformation projects for the future of their organisations.
Insight's inaugural Virtual European Technology Conference aims to help organisations of all sizes understand how to take advantage of the latest technologies and solutions. We will bring together experts from ten European countries to deliver a focused agenda on current business continuity topics.
What to Expect
- Learn from industry experts what the IT landscape looks like for this year and beyond
- Gain valuable insight into how to prepare your organisation for the new way forward
- Access on-demand sessions available across 10 countries in 7 languages
Insight is the service partner who can help you to effect positive change in your business and support your organisation to adapt and transform.
Insight partners with Tree-Nation
At Insight, we are committed to supporting our environment and doing all we can to reduce our carbon footprint and increase sustainability.
In July 2020, we partnered with Tree-Nation, planting trees around the world in a bid to help tackle climate change. To date, Tree-Nation has planted almost six and a half million trees as part of 238 planting projects in 33 different countries. Insight has contributed to this effort, planting trees in recognition of EMEA employees who live Insight’s core values of Hunger, Heart and Harmony, as well as marking employee anniversaries and onboarding of new hires.
This year, to celebrate WORLD EARTH DAY on Thursday, August 22, 2021, we will be planting a tree for each of the first 1,500 individual attendees to our Virtual European ITC21 conference. Trees will be planted in Insight’s Fuchsia Forest, which further details planting locations and how this initiative helps to reduce our carbon footprint. Find out more about our partnership with Tree-Nation.
Technology Predictions for 2021
of businesses will maintain flexible and work-from-home policies on a permanent basis, even after the COVID-19 crisis ends, dramatically altering tech priorities and spending plans.*
*Source: 2021 State of IT
max. increase in cyberattacks on remote workers and devices predicted due to inadequately secured work-from-home environments, with typically under-resourced small businesses being more vulnerable*