4 - 5 OCTOBER 2017 / EXCEL LONDON

Martin Hingley

Company: ITCandor Limited

Job Title: CEO

Martin Hingley

Martin is a leading computer industry researcher. He particularly enjoys tracking the complexity and dynamism of the ITC market and helping business planners with their challenges. He is currently working on ‘GDPR awareness’ and ‘F1 IT’ research projects.

He is the author of ‘Martin Hingley’s Blog’ (http://www.itcandor.com) - dedicated to analysing the ITC Industry and unique in its inclusion of detailed market data, sizing and forecasts in its 900 published articles. From the basis of his continuous quarterly market sizing activities he publishes 10 predictions each year, with 2017 as his 8th set.

As an analyst he believes in employing strong methodologies and accurate measurement as the basis for informed opinion and guidance. He has a collaborative, social approach to management.

Earlier in his career he was Group VP and Chief Research Officer of IDC in Europe having begun as an analyst at Inteco.

Martin holds an MA in Classics from Corpus Christi College, Oxford University. His hobbies include playing saxophone in jazz and soul bands, landscape painting and fossil hunting.

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Martin Hingley Seminars

  • Brexit and Trump – globalisation gets bashed Wed 4th Oct 11:40 - 12:10

    Brexit and Trump – globalisation gets bashed

    The UK EU referendum and the election of Donald Trump as president of the USA demonstrate a new form of nationalism running counter to the ever-increasing globalisation of the IT and communications market. They make products, services and expert staff more expensive and less available for users, while changing the competitive landscape for suppliers. In this presentation Martin will share his latest research on ITC purchasing in these and other countries, including new forecasts for spending growth and decline.

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    Martin Hingley

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    Wed 4th Oct 11:40 to 12:10

    Storage and Data Centre

  • PANEL: Infrastructure 2025 Wed 4th Oct 15:40 - 16:20

    PANEL: Infrastructure 2025

    The infrastructure of most major companies is currently undergoing some form of transformation, whether that be shift to the cloud, shift to flash storage or some degree of convergence of the data centre. What do users need to consider when making purchasing decisions about their infrastructure today to make sure they are ready for the future and what are the costly mistakes they need to avoid.
     
     

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    Chris Kranz

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    Ian Campbell

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    Time / Place

    Wed 4th Oct 15:40 to 16:20

    Storage and Data Centre

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