Networkshop 2024

Building powerful connections: 18-19 June 2024, Nottingham Trent University and 20 June 2024 online

Connectivity is more than just technology

In today’s rapidly evolving digital landscape, connectivity has become a key driver and enabler of innovation, collaboration and transformation. But leading change amidst complex challenges such as security, sustainability, inclusion, and budget constraints demands more strategic and collaborative approaches than ever before.

Networkshop brought together IT decision-makers from education, research and the public sector to navigate the dynamic landscape of connectivity and develop practical strategies to power positive change.

View this year's programme.

Putting people at the heart of network development

This year’s programme covered:

  • Empowering people – developing strategies for diverse talent management, cultivating an innovative and productive workforce for the future, and building user-centric, accessible networks to adapt to evolving user needs
  • Driving innovation and transformation – exploring the latest trends and innovations in connectivity and emerging technologies
  • Optimising infrastructure – practical strategies to ensure your networks are agile, scalable and seamlessly aligned with dynamic demands
  • Strengthening security – the latest developments in network security to increase your resilience against a changing threat landscape

Find out more about Networkshop 2024.

Meet the keynote speakers for Networkshop 2024

  • Matthew Landry headshot

    Matthew Landry

    Vice president of product management, Meraki Networking and Cisco Wireless

  • Gemma Honour headshot

    Gemma Honour

    Director of coaching, Bryter Work

  • Simon Wilson headshot

    Simon Wilson

    Field CTO, HPE Aruba Networking

  • Bob Friday headshot

    Bob Friday

    Chief AI officer, Juniper Networks Limited and CTO of Juniper’s enterprise business

  • Dr Isobel Yeo headshot

    Dr Isobel Yeo

    Senior researcher, National Oceanography Centre

  • Dr Mike Clare headshot

    Dr Mike Clare

    Principal researcher in ocean biogeoscience, National Oceanography Centre

Find out more about our keynote speakers for this year's event.

Sponsorship and exhibition

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