DCS Spring Showcase

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Date(s) - 24/04/2018
10:00am - 4:00pm

Rudding Park

Rudding Lane
North Yorkshire

A free-to-attend conference dedicated to the latest issues and innovations in IT is being hosted by Boston Spa-based Deans Computer Services (DCS) at Rudding Park near Harrogate this month.

Taking place on 24 April, the Spring Showcase features a range of exhibitors offering insight across a wide variety of specialisms with keynote presentations from leading experts on cyber security, Digital Transformation, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), data capture and warehouse management, enterprise resource and tax relief for Research & Development. The will also provide cyber security awareness training and information on the latest developments in business IT products, including cloud, document management, time and attendance systems, manufacturing software and custom solutions. The doors are open from 10am to 4pm with refreshments provided throughout the day.

DCS managing director, Patrick Clayton, said: “Every two years DCS and our trusted partners provide the Spring Showcase for the benefit of SMEs that are seeking to increase their knowledge and understanding of IT. In today’s ever-evolving business environment, it’s important to stay up to speed on a range of issues, from GDPR compliance to cyber security, and this conference is an opportunity for companies to gather all the vital information under one roof. We will be providing a relaxed and informal setting in one of the UK’s finest country hotels.”

DCS marketing director, Suzie Cowling, said: “Our previous Spring Showcase in 2016 was extremely well attended and we received very positive feedback from many delegates who came away with some valuable insight to improve the efficiency and security of their business. I’m sure that many visitors will take similar gains from this year’s event.”

“The conference will also provide an opportunity for DCS to introduce our newly-expanded development team which increased to 11 when we merged with Leckampton Computers in October 2017. The Leckhampton staff offer specialist development expertise in third party add-ons to accounting systems as well as mobile and tablet applications for business, document management solutions and integrating internet services with existing systems.”

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