ICT Infrastructure 2022
Infrastructure: technological innovation as a driving force
As the Covid-19 pandemic appears to be coming to an end, businesses are anticipating a return to ‘normal’ life. Even if this new normal will lead to profound changes in terms of IT infrastructures, especially given the widespread use of teleworking and e-commerce.
With the lockdown, companies have been forced to review – sometimes hastily – their IT platforms to allow remote access. Similarly, the emergence of collaborative work and e-commerce have forced
organisations to make their IT systems remotely accessible 24/7 in a secure manner. As a result, cloud has become a reality. As proof, in 2021 according to Eurostat, 42% of European companies used cloud computing, an increase of 6% compared to 2020 (36%) and a doubling compared to 2016 (19%). Note that Belgium ranks in the top 10 countries with the highest adoption of cloud with nearly 55%. And for the year 2021, Gartner firm estimates that the global market for public cloud services has reached more than $330 billion compared to $270 billion in 2020, an increase of more than 23%. From now on, companies must stabilise their infrastructures, secure them and make them accessible from anywhere and at any time. In other words, data centers must be flexible, decentralised, open and secure. In order to understand the major challenges of this market, the event organiser Mark- Com Event is preparing the ICT Infra 2022 exhibition
on May 19, 2022 at the Van der Valk Hotel Nivelles- Sud, an event dedicated exclusively to the themes of data center, cloud and centralised infrastructures. The event will feature both high-level thematic presentations as well as presentations from leading suppliers in their market. The event will therefore allow visitors to discover the latest technological innovations from the main players in the ICT market. For the 6th edition of this day of conferences, the organiser Mark-Com Event will address developments related to technology platforms in the world of cloud infrastructure, data center and security. This event is aimed at specialists in information and communication technologies and aims to enable Frenchspeaking decision-makers to understand the latest developments in the world of cloud infrastructure, data center and security. This 2022 edition will be held at the Van der Valk Hotel in Nivelles Sud, which offers super-equipped
conference rooms, a space of 500m2 for sponsors and a free large parking space, all in strict compliance with health measures linked to the coronavirus.
Date : May 19, 2022
Location : Van der Valk Hotel Nivelles-Sud
Opening hours : From 8.30 am to 4 pm
Equipment installation : May 18 from 4 pm to 6 pm
Dismanteling : May 19 from 4 pm to 6 pm
Event Coordinator & Communication
André de Woot
Senior Account Manager