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Thought Leadership Breakfast in partnership with Veeam & VMware

On 9 June First Technology, in partnership with Veeam and VMware, will host an exclusive Thought Leadership Breakfast event at Shimmy Beach Club’s Heineken Lounge.


Information technology for today’s business landscape faces mounting pressures that include 24/7/365 user access, the unacceptability of revenue loss due to downtime or data loss and exponential data storage demands. All of these factors combine to create incredible stresses on today’s information technology systems, especially data centres. Companies that fail to invest properly in infrastructure that guarantees robust, always-on data access are being directly impacted.


Please join us at the First Technology Thought Leadership Breakfast on Thursday 9 June as we bring key insights and discussions to the table. Our guest speakers include Duane Pollett and Rouan Hugo from VMware, as well as Gregg Peterson and Claude Schuck from Veeam. Together, they bring a wealth of global data technology experience and cutting edge knowledge.

AGENDA09:00 – 09:30 :Arrival and registration09:30 – 09:45 :Welcome09:45 – 10:45 :Breakfast is served10:45 – 11:30 :Veeam: Availability for the Always-On Enterprise: How much will an availability gap cost you?11:30 – 12:15 :VMware: 4 key IT imperatives for the CXO and how these can be addressed in a software defined world12:15 :Prize draw


VMware’s intuitive and flexible virtualisation tools enable you to mobilise your entire business – from devices to storage, applications, data centres and multiple cloud networks. It offers security and reliability while ensuring your business remains future-proof. Plugging straight into VMware’s virtualisation environments, Veeam’s data recovery solution provides high-speed recovery and data-loss avoidance on a flexible and reliable platform.

For more information on First Technology’s virtualisation and recovery solutions or should you wish to attend this event, please contact Jolene de Lange at

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