Enterprise & Government Cloud Event in London

Cloud Computing and Virtualization for Public Sector and Enterprise 2012 will convene next week  in the Canary Wharf section of London. This is a one-day event that is attended by more than 400 senior private and public sector decision makers who are interested in learning more about the opportunities offered by the cloud computing industry.

Targeted at major private sector businesses, central and local government, and NGOs, the May 15 event will equip attendees industry insight – enabling them to deliver optimal cloud computing and virtualization solutions for their organisation. An increasing number of both private and public sector organisations are moving their IT budgets towards planning and deploying cloud computing and virtualization , while the United Kingdom’s government’s shared services strategy looks set to make the G-Cloud a reality.

Conference sessions and seminars will focus on the latest developments, whilst exploring the opportunities and threats that moving to cloud computing and related technologies presents. Topical areas to be covered include:

  • Why go cloud?
  • Scalable cloud strategies
  • Cloud architecture
  • Desktop virtualization
  • Server virtualization
  • Successful migration
  • Best practice outsourcing
  • Security
  • Delivering multinational clouds
  • Retraining employees
  • Agreeing standards
  • Cloud law
  • Green clouds
  • Open source cloud
  • Hardware developments
  • The future of software
  • Disaster management
  • Building the g-cloud

Learn more about the Cloud Computing and Virtualization for Public Sector and Enterprise 2012 or register.

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