Datacloud Global Congress has become one of the largest gatherings of global data center, cloud, Edge and 5G businesses, their customers, investors and suppliers. It takes place from 4-6 June in Monaco.
Michelle and Stephanie are members of the 32-strong panel of international judges for the Datacloud Global Awards 2019. The Awards range across the industry spectrum from data centres, cloud, connectivity, CSR to recognising young talent in our industry. Awards will be presented by Joanna Lumley at the Datacloud Awards Dinner on June 4th in Monaco – more than 800 attending.
Stephanie is also chairing a panel discussion entitled: Women in Tech – Are We Missing 50% of the Workforce? This takes place at the Datacloud Global Congress in on 5th June in Monaco.The engineering and technology industries often appear stereotype bastions of a male-dominated workforce. However, internally, the sector is undergoing a long-term process of self-reflection. Here we examine what can be done to ensure a greater diversity in the workforce — drawing on experiences of women currently in the DC sector and those engaged in developing the sector’s future workforce.
Stephanie Liston, Senior Counsel, Mischcon de Reya
Amber Caramella, SVP Sales, Zayo Group
Michelle Senecal de Fonseca, Area Vice President – Europe, Citrix Systems
Katie O’Hara, VP, Stream Data Centers
Angela Leavitt, Founder/CEO, Mojo Marketing
Brooke Petosa, Senior Associate, Global Data Center Advisory Group, Cushman & Wakefield
More than 2,000 senior executives from 60+ countries are expected to attend the event overall. This year’s agenda will feature the Edge & 5G Infrastructure Forum on 4 June, a session for investors at Finvest on 5 June, a China-focused forum on 6 June, and new panels focusing on Women in Tech, cooling technologies, blockchain, marketing for the sector and much more. You can find more information here: Datacloud Global Congress www.datacloudcongress.com