Given the evolving situation in New York City and the increasing number of travel bans, DCD has taken the decision to postpone their upcoming DCD>New York conference until September 1-2, 2020. A record audience of close to 2,000 delegates was expected. Whilst all existing delegates registrations have been automatically transferred across to the new dates, the company is now planning to host the largest virtual conference of its kind on the original dates, with free and unrestricted access to the conference sessions.
“Although it is disappointing to have to postpone our flagship event, the safety of our sponsors, speakers, exhibitors, attendees and staff remains paramount. With great support from the New York Marriott Marquis we've been able to find a new date to put on our 18th annual event," said Ben Agnew, MD Europe & North America at DatacenterDynamics. "We felt a fitting response to the first pandemic of the information age would be to leverage new digital platforms to deliver a virtual conference program. Despite the restrictions that Covid-19 is putting on people's ability to travel, the industry still needs access to a credible thought leadership platform."
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