Live Chat Shows in Full Swing for ICT Channel – First episode was 12th June

19th June 2017: Comms Business Live hosts a new series of live-streamed interviews with IT, data and comms industry leaders. The first live stream took place on 12th June and featured directors from Larato, Keyrus and LogRhythm.

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The shows will take place every two weeks in the run up to the new Channel Live event which runs from 12 – 13 September 2017 at the NEC, Birmingham. David Dungay, Editor of Comms Business Magazine, will interview a different industry professional on hot market issues including cyber-security, GDPR and Digital Transformation.

“With IT threats to businesses increasing and evolving, it’s now more important than ever to future-proof your business and protect your customers says David Dungay. “Each show will tackle the issues affecting our industry, with insights from leading players. The shows will be interactive and viewers will be encouraged to put forward questions during the interview. As a publisher and event organiser, it’s important that we push the boundaries to deliver relevant information in the right format – we believe that live streaming is the perfect fit for the channel.”

The show programme is as follows:

26th June – Digital Transformation – Guiding your customers

10th July – SD-WAN – the next big Channel opportunity?

24th July – The Channel, who is eating your lunch?

Channel Live is the UK’s only channel-specific event, launched to address the digital challenges and threats facing the market. To watch Comms Business Live please visit:


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