When organisations seek a path to a sustainable IT enterprise it will encompass application modernisation , eco-friendly infrastructure and smarter data management . These are precisely some of the key areas we brought to light in our recent publication, The Data Playbook .  It necessitates executive buy-in and cultural commitment .  It will require simplification , consolidation and automation .

The good news is that doing the right thing by the planet , brings enormous business benefit too .  

CIONET, in conjunction with Hitachi Vantara,  invites you to a Private Dining & discussion evening in the fabulous surroundings of The Bleeding Heart , he quintessentially French restaurant , famed for many a year.

With an expert guest speaker on Sustainable IT and your host for the evening Jon Bernstein , we’ll address the many facets to this challenge :

  • Creating value from your real-time data
  • Technologies and related tooling that supports a data-driven business model  
  • How DatOps can deliver your sustainable and performance goals
  • Choosing the correct ecosystem of partners to match your sustainable ambition  

So two incredibly important issues facing the digital leader of today , the race to a decarbonized business model and the need to embrace the full potential of our data. All brought together for one night with your peers and a chance to enjoy  fabulous food , wine and stimulating conversation .

We look forward to welcoming you , be sure to register quickly for this limited spaces event .


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Bleeding Heart Bistro



Bleeding Heart’s long-established and extremely popular French Restaurants offers superb food in historical surroundings within the centre of London. It takes its name from the yard where it is located which, according to the history books, was named after a 17th-century beauty, Lady Elizabeth Hatton, who was found murdered there.


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