Exploring the Must-See Events at London Tech Week

London Tech Week

It’s an exciting time in the communications and IT industries.

The way that we talk to is evolving, driven by discoveries in automation, collaboration, and even artificial intelligence. To help drive companies into the next stage of their digital transformation strategies, conferences are appearing around the world.

Everywhere you go, there seems to be an event to attend, from the incredible UC Expo to London Tech week, running between the 10th and 14th of June.

This year’s London Tech Week is a celebration of the fourth industrial revolution – a new era for communication vendors and customers alike. As the UK continues to evolve and innovate, Tech Week offers an opportunity to explore exciting new opportunities from a spectrum of pioneers, including those in the communication and collaboration industry.

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What to Expect from TechXLR8 This Year

TechXLR8 is the flagship event for London Tech Week, dedicated to exploring the innovations that are transforming the landscape and fueling the evolution of businesses around the world. With more than 300 exhibitors, 600 speakers, and 15,000 attendees, there’s something amazing for everyone to see and do.

London Tech Week is also running in conjunction with some other major events for the communication space, including the pioneering 5G World Summit. Here, attendees can learn, partner, and network with more than 2,500 telecoms professionals at one of the only events currently available to explore the impending future of 5G. The unique experience will explore everything from Artificial Intelligence and Automation to 5G Network support, Telco opportunities, and more.

The Cloud DevOps world is also returning to the London Excel centre on the 12th to the 13th of June as part of the London Tech Week experience, giving companies a chance to dive into the potential of cloud technology, container deployment, and even digital security. At a time when scalability and flexibility are crucial, it pays to learn as much as you can about both connectivity, and the cloud.

As leaders in the communication industry and innovators in the technology space, businesses like RingCentral are always eager to get involved with the latest discussions about AI, UC, and digital transformation. Click To Tweet

Staying Ahead of the Curve

As leaders in the communication industry and innovators in the technology space, businesses like RingCentral are always eager to get involved with the latest discussions about AI, UC, and digital transformation. The various events of London Tech week are a great opportunity to discover what’s happening in both the UK and global landscape.

The LeadersIn Tech Summit, for instance, brings together tech minds from across various industries to discuss the new implications of evolving technology in a range of business and consumer environments. On the other hand, the AI summit acts as the world’s biggest and most popular conference for discussing the practical applications of AI in the enterprise, and the solutions available to transform productivity. For instance, could conversational AI bring context to your customer conversations? Would virtual assistants make your team members more productive?

Along with speaker sessions from leading businesses, exhibitions, and demonstrations, you’ll be able to network with tech leaders at this incredible local event.

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    AuthorIrina is a Product Marketing Manager at RingCentral in EMEA. With experience in the cloud software and communication industry spanning Silicon Valley, Research Triangle Park and now London, she enjoys working collaboratively with global teams to develop product messaging and positioning, sales enablement and competitive differentiation. Irina grew up in San Francisco, California and is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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