The open day will provide local businesses with a unique opportunity to see the ins and outs of a Data Centre operation and meet the people who have been powering local businesses for the last decade.
It’s an exciting time for the Derby business scene with on-going investment in the city such as the construction of the new Velodrome and expansion of Pride Park. More specifically to the local technology sector, Derbyshire County Council has been working alongside companies like Node4 to deliver its SuperConnected Derby programme.
Andrew Gilbert, Managing Director, Node4 said: “As Derby continues to thrive as a business hub, having a Data Centre to service the local economy provides an enviable infrastructure for growth. We have years of experience working with SMEs and pride ourselves on our flexible approach to doing business. Technology is an enabler for lots of things and we want to give local companies the best possible chance of experiencing the full benefits.”
Attendees must register with Node4 as the company’s Data Centres operate a policy of high-security.
Full personal details and vehicle registration must be registered with firstname.lastname@example.org before the event, and photographic I.D. will be required upon arrival.