The first of our two Morning at the Museum events exploring the wonders of MTIVSPEX took place on Thursday (March 14) at the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden, London.
The first VSPEX event in action at London Transport Museum
The event saw our infrastructure experts provide a whole host of insight into the complexities of VSPEX, how to simplify and automate IT systems and advice on how to speed up cloud computing processes.
It also provided an opportunity for attendees to pick the brains of experts from Cisco, VMWare and EMC – solutions from whom are all seamlessly combined in MTI’s VSPEX infrastructures.
If you’re looking for ways to improve and modernise your technology setup and make cost-savings in your IT infrastructure, then don’t worry – there’s still another chance to learn how. We have another event at the Museum of Science & Industry in Manchester, from 9.30am on Thursday (March 21).
If you want to attend this informative event then simply register here. We look forward to seeing you there.
Lisa, Luka and Garry with the Red Nose Day collection box in Godalming
I am pleased to report that MTI staff have raised £575.18 for Red Nose Day 2013. MTI matched this amount, making a grand total of £1,150.36 to have been donated and put to good use.
2013 not only marks the 25th anniversary of Comic Relief but also the 25th anniversary of our company, MTI Technology Ltd. We are planning several events to mark this occasion and decided to kick off with a fundraising event to support Red Nose Day.
MTI Scotland celebrates Red Nose Day
We invited the 102 employees from our offices in Godalming and Worthing and our office in Livingston, Scotland to wear something red on Friday in return for their lunch money. There was also a cake sale held in the Godalming office.