Cloud Computing World Forum London

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Perhaps Europe’s biggest cloud computing event, and a hot place to discuss the latest topics in cloud, including security, mobile, applications, communications, virtualization, CRM and much, much more, Cloud Computing World Forum will take place June 12-13 Earls Court, London.

The two-day conference on Cloud Computing and related technologies is expected to draw more than 4,000 participants. The conference features an “ABC” approach with three sessions representing different cloud themes: “Approach,” “Build” and “Connect.” Additional topics will include: Software as a Service (SaaS), Virtualization, Social Cloud, Enterprise 2.0, Mobile Cloud Computing, Cloud Communications, CDN and Green IT.

Speakers include: Werner Vogels, VP & CTO, Amazon; Dave Cullinane, CISO & VP, eBay; Peter Ransom, CIO, Oxfam; Andy Nelson, CIO, Ministry of Justice; Julian Burnett, CTO, Sainsburys; David Chapman, Director of Service & Tech Strategy, BP; Bill Limond, CIO, City of London; Jos Creese, CIO, Hampshire County Council; Graham Hobson, CTO, PhotoBox; and Andrew Hatton, Head of IS, Greenpeace.

Registration is open.

Venue
Brompton Hall, Level 1
Earls Court
London
SW5 9TA

Travel and accommodations information is available on Cloud Computing World Forum website.

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  1. This is a great event for cloud computing. Lot of topics discussed in this event and have very good information.