TechFire events are moderated by TechPro editor Paul Hearns, delivered in interview format. These briefings consistently attract IT professionals, based on their trust in our technology media brands which have been serving the IT industry for more than 35 years.
TechFire briefings are presented in an interactive format with the moderator encouraging two-way communication in the room between the speakers and attendees. Powerpoint presentations are limited; the emphasis is on Q&A, discussion and information sharing.
End-user experience is a key focus at TechFire meetings.
The series has featured customer interviews with organisations including Laya Healthcare, Galway University Hospital, Chill Insurance, Irish Distillers, Sierra Communications, Element Six, Dept. of Social Protection, Permanent TSB, Irish Stock Exchange, Aer Lingus, Comreg, Beaumont Hospital, Continent 8, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Pramerica, Fexco, Northern Ireland Civil Service, AIB, CityJet, British American Tobacco, Micksgarage.com, An Post, Depfa Bank, Kingspan, NHS, Ervia and the HSE.
While host sponsor partners providing their insight and expertise on the burning question have included BT, Cisco, Accenture, Evros, Interxion, PFH, HP, Dell EMC, Airspeed, Fortinet, IBM, SureSkills, Triangle, Agile, Juniper, Comtrade, NetApp, Appliance Technology, Schneider, E-Tec, CWSI, MobileIron, eir, Sungard, Fujitsu, Microsoft, Citrix, Trend Micro, F5 Networks, Fujitsu, Veritas, Symantec and ManageEngine.
The panel discussion, conducted in interview style by the moderator, opens the meeting up to the floor: ensuring a two-way flow of information.
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