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More on offer at the Cloud Computing World Forum 2012

Keynote World Media (Keynote World Media) - 27 January 2012

More on offer at the Cloud Computing World Forum 2012

The Cloud Computing World Forum will be returning to a larger venue for 2012, making room for extra theatres, further seminars and more attendees to meet, learn and network with fellow industry professionals. 

After a hugely successful 2011 show which saw the conference established as Europe’s highest attended cloud event, the 2012 Cloud Computing World Forum promises to be even bigger, with an anticipated 4,000 senior IT decision-makers from around the globe expected through the doors at its new home –  Earls Court, London.

The 2012 seminar agenda will be held across 8 theatres covering all of the latest topics including SaaS, Security, Big Data, PaaS, Mobile, Public Sector, Virtualization, Communications, Social, CRM and more.

The forum will include a unique networking agenda that will help guarantee industry professionals and cloud vendors maximum opportunity to develop new business leads.  

Over 150 expert speakers will feature at the event, including:

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- Werner Vogels, CTO, Amazon
-
Francis Maude, Minister for the Cabinet Office
- David Cullinane, CISO & VP, eBay
- Ariel Eckstein, MD, LinkedIn EMEA
- Julian Burnett, CTO, Sainsburys
- Andy Nelson, CIO, Ministry of Justice
- Peter Ransom, CIO, Oxfam

Alongside the extensive seminar program, delegates attending the Cloud Computing World Forum will also have access to the exhibition hall of over 120 global exhibitors. Reading like a who’s who of the enterprise IT industry, the major players will all be in attendance displaying their latest and most innovative cloud technology.

Co-located with the Cloud Computing World Forum will be the CDN World Forum. The content Delivery Networks (CDN) Theatre will look at the latest trends, including how CDNs fit with the overall cloud computing vision, as well as the future of big data supply and new media provision on the Internet.

So whether you’re an IT vendor, government official, telco representative or you work for a business enterprise, the Cloud Computing World Forum 2012 is an opportunity to come together with fellow industry experts to do business and learn about the leading trends and topics in the cloud space.

To book your FREE pass for the event just click here.

 


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