Cloud computing gets deciphered at the Cloud Computing World Forum in London
Sunday 27 June 2010
The second annual Cloud Computing World Forum is a three-day conference and event focused on the future of cloud computing.
The Cloud Computing conference is a wide-ranging event that aims to cover "every facet of the industry." It prides itself on having more case studies than any other Cloud Computing event.
In 2010 the conference will boast a diverse list of delegates including over 100 senior representatives from global corporations such as HP, British Airways, Lloyds TSB, BBS, Microsoft, Virgin, Google, Amazon and Orange.
"This year's highlights include many of the case study presentations including The Telegraph Media Group, Rentokil Initial, British Airways, BAE Systems, TomTom, NHS, The Open University and many more," said Mark Johnstone, MD of organizers Point Zero Media in a June 17 email to Relaxnews.
"Our audience get "real" examples to take away with them and "real" answers to the questions they have."
The presentations on subjects such as cloud computing deployment strategies, integration techniques, and cloud computing security and privacy issues will be accompanied by a full workshop agenda. The Cloud Computing World Series Awards will also be held during the event.
The Cloud Computing World Forum is co-located with CloudCamp London and the Green Enterprise World Forum.
The Asian leg of the event, Cloud Computing World Forum Asia, will be held on November 17 and 18 in Hong Kong.
The Cloud Computing World Forum runs from June 29 to July 1 at the Olympia Conference Centre in London, UK and will be held in conjunction with the CloudCamp London and the Green Enterprise World Forum.
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