June's brand new issue of Technology Magazine is here!

Have you seen the new issue yet? It's packed full of interviews with executives from Audi, Amp, eStruxture, Shell, Wizz Air, Telehouse France and many more

In this month's edition, we'll be speaking to the world's biggest brands once again - including the exciting Audi Business Innovation from Germany, Hungary's jet-setting low-cost leader Wizz Air, the life-changing work in healthcare with Ireland's forward-thinking Health Service Executive and entering the game-changing data hub of Telehouse France; plus a host of executives from major players in the world of technology, including Amp, eStruxture, Shell and Back Market.

And that's not all we have in store for you, as there's exclusive features on the future of infrastructure as a service, how robots can help business, the economy of mutuality within healthcare and augmenting human intelligence with robotic desktop automation. 

Plus, there's exclusive interviews with VMware's Tom Kellermann and BP's Fran Bell and the Top 10 emerging technology platforms for the enterprise.

Check it out right here!

And don't forget our upcoming Technology, Cloud & 5G, Cyber and March8 event...

TECH LIVE LONDON features inspiring keynotes and lively roundtables alongside fireside discussions and Q&A sessions from some of the world's largest companies and innovative start-ups.

Build impactful relationships through 1-2-1 networking and experience our TECH Showcase featuring the latest cutting-edge technology.

The two-day hybrid event will be held on the 23rd and 24th of June 2022, in-person and broadcast live via Brella, our fully interactive virtual platform. To attend in-person or virtually for TECH LIVE: Shaping the Future of Technology, click here.


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