Luxembourg Prime Minister makes frontpage of Data Economy’s latest magazine alongside other tech, data centre, cloud and edge computing leaders
A new design, the world’s first Top 50 Edge Computing Influencers, an updated global M&A tracker and a dive into Australia’s Great Barrier Reef are just some of the newest additions to the industry’s leading publication.
Monaco-London, UK – 13 June 2018 – Data Economy is pleased to launch the first anniversary edition of its magazine at Datacloud Congress 2018, featuring Luxembourg’s Prime Minister on the front cover.
Held in Monte Carlo, Monaco, and attended by nearly 2,000 industry executives, financiers and tech evangelists, Datacloud is one of the world’s largest and most important features in the industry’s calendar.
The 5th edition of the Data Economy primes for its in-depth interviews with tech leaders as well as government, finance and legal heads.
PM Xavier Bettel, featured as a Data Diplomat, spoke exclusively to Data Economy on the role of governments in a digital driven society, how to support the data centre sector and what is next for the industry and his country.
Data Economy also spoke to Luxembourgish entrepreneurs and business leaders to paint a better picture on how the country has changed and keeps reinventing itself.
Adding to its continued focus on industry recognition, Data Economy is also proud to publish the world’s first Top 50 Influencers in Edge Computing. The “#Edge50” features thought leaders and achievers from across the world, who are building the future of how computing is done and helping to shed a light on how transformational Humanity’s future will be enabled by technology.
Additionally, executives from Alibaba Cloud, Vertiv, Chef, Mesosphere, Rubrik, Nasdaq GIS, Cloudian and IEEE, feature in a range of interviews and analysis with ideas and thoughts of how it is all going to work.
Building on its Lifestyle section, Data Economy has also sat down with startups and millennials from Salesforce and FlexVPC.
Reporters have also dived into Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, for an exclusive interview with Bevan Slattery, one of the world’s most achieved entrepreneurs in telecommunications, cloud and data centres, and who is now directing his efforts into help protect the reef.
Lastly, Data Economy is proud to continue to offer exclusively in its print product its famous data centre M&A tracker, which has now been extended to cover 2010 and 2011. With more than $66bn invested, the tracker is a valuable tool to those in the sector and beyond.
“We take great care and think through how to make the next edition of the magazine more relevant, exclusive and different from the norm,” said João Marques Lima, founder and editor-in-chief of Data Economy. “This anniversary edition is a statement and shows the clear guidance we are thriving for at Data Economy. We will never set boundaries to ourselves and will continue to speak to tech and world leaders in order to bring to our readers the most relevant and exclusive information and insights in an innovative and surprising way.”
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About Data Economy
Data Economy launched in September 2016 is part of publishing and events company Broadmedia Communications, recently acquired by Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC, which is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a member of the FTSE 250 share index. Data Economy is targeting a worldwide elite of C-level IT and operations professionals responsible for making critical infrastructure and business decisions that impact not only their businesses but the thousands of enterprises across the globe and the more than three billion internet users. Data Economy publishes online and in print, and produces videos and events. Visit the website at www.data-economy.com
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